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Author Topic: 5.56 suppressor on a PS90 SBR???  (Read 136 times)
Hkbeltfed
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« on: May 18, 2017, 10:18:43 PM »

What do I need to know? Should I not do it? Are 5.56 suppressors too heavy to allow the barrel to move correctly? Will I get lots of blown cases out the ejection port as a result? Am I better off using a 5.56 mini vs full size? Will my stock crack and break? If so, how long can I expect it to last?

Or should I ignore the internet rumors because they suppress fine with 5.56 suppressors?!?
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mpd3285
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« Reply #1 on: May 19, 2017, 05:41:13 PM »

I am intending to use my AAC M4-2K and Mini4 on my PS90 SBR as soon as my stamp comes in.  I have seen videos and photos of these cans on PS90 SBRs and havent heard of any issues.  I would think the extra volume would be more than adequate to prevent any damage considering people run 5.7 through titanium .22lr cans with much less volume.  I also dont think the weight will affect feeding as the movement is much more subtle than say a "browning type action" pistol that requires an inertia device. 
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Steyr AUG= Austrian combat Legos since 1977.
Why SBR when you can AUG?! - Haven't we been taxed enough already?
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