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want one for future supressor use and also have the riling where i can use lead so i can switch to the barrel when a good deal on lead shows up. Want drop in, no fitting required.
Are you looking for a recommendation of which barrel to use? The only one that I can think of would be the Lone Wolf barrels.
However, I would think before introducing your suppressor to a steady diet of pure lead bullets, particularly about the material the baffles are made from. I see a lot of lead buildup in my .22 LR can from vaporizing lead as the bullets are being fired. It's to the point that you actually notice a weight difference between one end and the other. Even with scraping, you end up not getting all of it off.
Not sure what it would do with 9mm, as I only shoot plated/encapsulated rounds through mine.
Lone Wolf (http://www.lonewolfdist.com/products.aspx?CAT=4)
Storm Lake (http://www.storm-lake.com/products/barrel)
i really like my Glock OEM 19 and G21 barrels.
Lone wolfs are very good. If you don't plan on shooting lead try to find a glock threaded barrel
I've been completely satisfied with KKM barrels.
Glock factory threaded barrels (17, 19, 21 for now) retain the same barrel twist rate (1:9.84"). They are true drop-ins with no fitment issues and no break-in required. And they also use metric threads instead of standard. They may not come with thread protectors, but you can never go wrong with factory oem parts.
im just using the barrel for lead now if i get it, theres some good deals on lead out there. No supressor yet, thats a future plan.
I was thinking about this also.
Does anyone know the thread pattern for the KKM compensator?
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