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OK, I just got a SP5K and brought it home and looked inside the front hand guard and noticed no threaded barrel or anything to put a suppressor on, and I know I should have looked before I took it home but I was all excited like a kid to see one. I searched the forum for this issue but none came up, so if this is a dumb question I apologize in advance.
 

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It was talked about within various threads about the gun, the fact that it doesn't have a threaded barrel.

There are supporting vendors that can install a threaded barrel for you.

Go back and check some of the threads about the SP5K and check some of the supporting vendor sections, such as Michaels Machines, Parabllum Combat Systems, IGF, etc.
 

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Thanks for the link, I did search history but may not have used the right key words, it being suppressed is on my short list of things to do, and yes, HK done right ain't cheap but you can't afford to do it cheap. Does anyone have a supporting vendor they can recommend?
 

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Hkparts.net, robertrtg, hkspecialist

All good sources for HK parts.
 

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You need to purchase either a RCM ($180) or a B&T ($400) and then have a qualified gunsmith install it. Requires refinish work afterward, so you can expect $400-600 in total labor in addition to the barrel cost. HK done right ain't cheap!
We install new barrels with no refinish required.
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Is this post actually asking a question?

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Is this post about trying to find a way to attach a suppressor to an SP5K in its stock config. from HK? (*Again: No 3-Lug or Threaded Barrel)

Also, you say you searched the forum for "this issue". This isn't an "issue" with the gun; it's how the gun was designed. What exactly did you search for?
 

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Why are all the best parts of your site "under construction"?
I build H&K's not websites LOL!
A good customer kinda whipped it together and most of the pics are his guns.
I try and get things for him to put up but never seem to find the time.
All you really need is my number and email which is there.
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Is this post actually asking a question?

OR

Is this post about trying to find a way to attach a suppressor to an SP5K in its stock config. from HK? (*Again: No 3-Lug or Threaded Barrel)

Also, you say you searched the forum for "this issue". This isn't an "issue" with the gun; it's how the gun was designed. What exactly did you search for?

Well yes, I did search in the box in the top right corner that says "search." Thank you for the comments, however, in the future if you are certain there is a previous conversation about the topic then a link to the conversation would be more helpful than a snarky retort. I enjoy this forum for the lighthearted fodder, knowledgeable, and helpful information. Let's keep the conversations in perspective and enjoy, rather than being too literal and missing the opportunity to enjoy friendly conversation among folks with similar interests.
 

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Well yes, I did search in the box in the top right corner that says "search." Thank you for the comments, however, in the future if you are certain there is a previous conversation about the topic then a link to the conversation would be more helpful than a snarky retort. I enjoy this forum for the lighthearted fodder, knowledgeable, and helpful information. Let's keep the conversations in perspective and enjoy, rather than being too literal and missing the opportunity to enjoy friendly conversation among folks with similar interests.
you have to use the "advanced search" button. The search thing just goes to google for the whole web. Well actually to threads on this forum. But they have related description on the subject matter. I guess to some point, so many of these threads don't seem like the person actually expended any more effort than a very cursory glance at this info before starting his own thread. The appearance created is that of someone who thinks members should gladly post their information all over again, or answer questions that seem intuitively obvious to someone who spent more than three minutes trying to figure it out. It frequently is not actually the case, but it happens so often that people just get fed up with it and respond accordingly.

Not sure how to explain that in a snarky way, so sorry for letting you down.
 
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