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Hmmm... So, by you exposing two other brands for a method which is highly not recommended and them surviving, the fact that your VFC does not makes it bad quality?

 

Come on man. I don't really care but your basically saying VFC silencer is *suitcase* because it did not survive you putting it in fire... Trololol logic.

 

A better way of putting it would be "Woops, I just torched my VFC silencer because I wanted to make it look cooler. My mistake."

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Good thing you're here to defend VFC and their low melting temperature.  

 

My cheap old Element NT4 cooked to a nice golden brown: 

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Later I painted over most of it:  

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Good thing you're here to defend VFC and their low melting temperature.  

 

My cheap old Element NT4 cooked to a nice golden brown: 

SDC10822.JPG9242.JPG

 

Later I painted over most of it:  

b2cqbr1041-0011.JPG

 

Well... that is still the best looking Block II rifle on this board since a looong time...

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Hmmm... So, by you exposing two other brands for a method which is highly not recommended and them surviving, the fact that your VFC does not makes it bad quality?

 

Come on man. I don't really care but your basically saying VFC silencer is *suitcase* because it did not survive you putting it in fire... Trololol logic.

 

A better way of putting it would be "Woops, I just torched my VFC silencer because I wanted to make it look cooler. My mistake."

You know what.

 

Read what You posted once more, and maybe rethink it, because what YOU wrote is a pure "trololol logic".

He JUST WARNED us about using this method on particular thing, and he's absolutely right - it's made of plasticine. Of course It may not be the case about any single VFC product, but this time it is.

Perhaps it would nice to quit this "I-know-all-best" pose, don't You think?

 

Thanks, and now we can move on.

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It is/was a VFC SCAR H silencer after a attempt to fire weather it.

 

Says a lot about the quality VFC's materials.

 

The last sentence is what I was refering to.

 

That's not a warning, but a statement of the manufacturers quality of materials.

 

Whatever, have fun burning your parts.

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Looks like VFC actually uses a type of zinc (pot metal) for their silencers... that'll explain why it melted

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how did you get that to fit that way?

 

Short answer: Dremeling.

 

Long answer: I cut the bottom off the front sight block, added a grub screw to sure it to the barrel in its current location, and notched the suppressor to fit around it.

 

I know it's become a bit of a fantasy build, but it could maybe be a Rock Sopmod in a Sage chassis with a custom can.

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Some OSPREY Cans (apologies for the poor lighting & quality of the photos.  I got lazy LOL):

 

On a Glock 17 (7" 14mm CW)

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The 7" vs 8" versions

H&K USP Tactical (8" 16mm CW) and a Glock 17 (7" 14mm CW)

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On a H&K P10 (7" 14mm CW)

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On a Kriss Vector (8" 16mm CW):

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Can that Glock still cycle?

 

Yep.  But it does catch up once in a while with the Osprey on it.  I think if the can was any heavier it probably would bring it to a complete halt.

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That's my worry.  I was hoping to find something that would play well with the GM RMR set.  There doesn't seem to be too many options so maybe I'll just go for Guarder and prepare my set of files.

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