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JacobBoyd
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Posted: 8/11/2010 4:05:49 PM
I think the fake suppressor looks cool on the AK. If I have a WASR 10/63 which thread do I have for the suppressor? 14x1 LH??
donnieR32
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Posted: 8/11/2010 4:23:56 PM
What the heck is a fake suppressor and what does it do?
VoodooChile
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Posted: 8/11/2010 4:32:01 PM
Get a real one or don't do it all....
There, I said it...Don't tell me you weren't thinking the same thing!

I just want to go to the backyard, get a stick, and clean this thread off the bottom of my shoe....
Chris_1522
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Posted: 8/11/2010 4:55:46 PM
Yeah! And a fake grenade launcher! And fake full auto markings!

Hell, just get a fake gun! Point is to look cool, right?!




See where I'm going with this? Weather your collecting, shooting, training...whatever your purpose...fake parts don't belong on a real gun.






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Posted: 8/11/2010 5:39:57 PM
Originally Posted By VoodooChile:
Get a real one or don't do it all....


Hmm...I live in Michigan...
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Posted: 8/11/2010 5:57:03 PM
Originally Posted By nightshade1:
Originally Posted By VoodooChile:
Get a real one or don't do it all....


Hmm...I live in Michigan...


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Posted: 8/11/2010 6:06:11 PM
Originally Posted By donnieR32:
What the heck is a fake suppressor and what does it do?


They are barrel extensions for people that can't or don't want to go thru thee SBR process.

To put one on a WASR to just look cool... kinda silly as you just look like a total poser once you start shooting and everyone sees its just a fake.

It's not like they are cheap either... $100 or so.
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Posted: 8/11/2010 6:10:30 PM
I can understand them when used as a barrel extension for short barreled rifles, if you live in an area that prohibits SBRs. But putting one on a standard barreled rifle just makes no sense at all to me. The $$, the added length and weight...why?
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Posted: 8/11/2010 7:02:31 PM
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Originally Posted By Imaposer2:
I can understand them when used as a barrel extension for short barreled rifles, if you live in an area that prohibits SBRs. But putting one on a standard barreled rifle just makes no sense at all to me. The $$, the added length and weight...why?


Well, MFI makes fake cans and adapters that hide barrel length. Example, a M4rgery with a fake can that would look like a 10.5"/11.5" with a can, but still keeps 16" velocity, like reverse-XM177 FH's. I see it akin to AM wheels on a pedestrian car. Some might think it's pointless, but under the right circumstances it looks cool enough to mitigate the poser-level.
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Posted: 8/11/2010 7:40:13 PM
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Originally Posted By nightshade1:
Originally Posted By VoodooChile:
Get a real one or don't do it all....


Hmm...I live in Michigan...


I don't have $15k to spend on an FA rifle but I'm not going to engrave "Auto" on my lower

There, I said it...Don't tell me you weren't thinking the same thing!

I just want to go to the backyard, get a stick, and clean this thread off the bottom of my shoe....
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Posted: 8/11/2010 8:00:08 PM
Originally Posted By dskeet:
Originally Posted By donnieR32:
What the heck is a fake suppressor and what does it do?


They are barrel extensions for people that can't or don't want to go thru thee SBR process.

To put one on a WASR to just look cool... kinda silly as you just look like a total poser once you start shooting and everyone sees its just a fake.

It's not like they are cheap either... $100 or so.


doesnt spikes sell fake cans for like $30?

And I dont like fake ones and I wouldnt put them on my guns, but come on guys, lighten up. I mean hes not fighing zombies every day, hes just a common shooter and wants his rifle to look cool but doesnt wanna spend 1K on a suppressor/or cant get them due to local laws. If he just wants his gun to look cool and its what he wants they why make fun of him for it?
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Posted: 8/11/2010 8:15:13 PM
Originally Posted By M4A1bushmaster:
Originally Posted By dskeet:
Originally Posted By donnieR32:
What the heck is a fake suppressor and what does it do?


They are barrel extensions for people that can't or don't want to go thru thee SBR process.

To put one on a WASR to just look cool... kinda silly as you just look like a total poser once you start shooting and everyone sees its just a fake.

It's not like they are cheap either... $100 or so.


doesnt spikes sell fake cans for like $30?

And I dont like fake ones and I wouldnt put them on my guns, but come on guys, lighten up. I mean hes not fighing zombies every day, hes just a common shooter and wants his rifle to look cool but doesnt wanna spend 1K on a suppressor/or cant get them due to local laws. If he just wants his gun to look cool and its what he wants they why make fun of him for it?


COuld be.. I haven't shopped for them in years. So there could be cheap ones out there. My next krink will be an SBR so I haven't had a need to look into them.
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Posted: 8/11/2010 8:23:54 PM
Originally Posted By dskeet:
Originally Posted By M4A1bushmaster:
Originally Posted By dskeet:
Originally Posted By donnieR32:
What the heck is a fake suppressor and what does it do?


They are barrel extensions for people that can't or don't want to go thru thee SBR process.

To put one on a WASR to just look cool... kinda silly as you just look like a total poser once you start shooting and everyone sees its just a fake.

It's not like they are cheap either... $100 or so.


doesnt spikes sell fake cans for like $30?

And I dont like fake ones and I wouldnt put them on my guns, but come on guys, lighten up. I mean hes not fighing zombies every day, hes just a common shooter and wants his rifle to look cool but doesnt wanna spend 1K on a suppressor/or cant get them due to local laws. If he just wants his gun to look cool and its what he wants they why make fun of him for it?


COuld be.. I haven't shopped for them in years. So there could be cheap ones out there. My next krink will be an SBR so I haven't had a need to look into them.


nice, I want a Krink so bad
JacobBoyd
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Posted: 8/11/2010 8:40:24 PM
Don't bash the OP (ME) holy crap guys. I just thought it looked cool to have around. Seem them for $29 online. I think the shooting world has become rather stuck up , AR/AK guys becoming pretty rude.
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Posted: 8/11/2010 8:45:43 PM
Originally Posted By JacobBoyd:
AR/AK guys becoming pretty rude.


Or delicate, just depends on your perspective

Do what ya like man. I think most people don't see the need to have a $30 piece of aluminum that serves no purpose other than to sit around a look like something it isn't.

Your WASR should have 14x1 LH threads, have at it man.
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Posted: 8/11/2010 10:13:34 PM
Originally Posted By JacobBoyd:
Don't bash the OP (ME) holy crap guys. I just thought it looked cool to have around. Seem them for $29 online. I think the shooting world has become rather stuck up , AR/AK guys becoming pretty rude.


Going to have to agree with the OP here. Its like y'all got your reverse donkey schlongs stuck in the wrong place. The chest rig that I am going to order probably isn't going to do anything more than make me feel cool as hell, (in a real shtf I'll be dead before I get through 6 mags) but that isn't going to stop me from picking it up.

Lighten up
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Posted: 8/11/2010 10:38:34 PM
Originally Posted By avtomat_badassnikov:
Originally Posted By JacobBoyd:
Don't bash the OP (ME) holy crap guys. I just thought it looked cool to have around. Seem them for $29 online. I think the shooting world has become rather stuck up , AR/AK guys becoming pretty rude.


Going to have to agree with the OP here. Its like y'all got your reverse donkey schlongs stuck in the wrong place. The chest rig that I am going to order probably isn't going to do anything more than make me feel cool as hell, (in a real shtf I'll be dead before I get through 6 mags) but that isn't going to stop me from picking it up.

Lighten up


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Posted: 8/11/2010 11:45:19 PM
+1.

If you want to rock a faux silencer on your rifle, then rock on:





Just make sure you don't injure yourself or others with something not designed to take the pressure of actual rounds going through it (airsoft, etc.) if you plan to do that. Also, make sure it's not goofed up or canted where the bullet strikes it as it's going out.
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Posted: 8/12/2010 11:19:12 PM
If someone was against a "fake can" for a suppressor because someone wants their rifle to look cool, they should also hate people building clones of military AK's. Like peple putting russian wood on it or the "correct optics" for the era of gun they want. After all, Its just the looks right? A WASR stock will do just as good as any russian stock, the diffrence wont affect the performance of the gun. Or people putting Kobra sights for a russian military look instead of Aimpoint/Eotech, both do the same job but it wont be "correct" with the aimpoint.

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Posted: 8/13/2010 12:04:11 AM
Originally Posted By M4A1bushmaster:
If someone was against a "fake can" for a suppressor because someone wants their rifle to look cool, they should also hate people building clones of military AK's. Like peple putting russian wood on it or the "correct optics" for the era of gun they want. After all, Its just the looks right? A WASR stock will do just as good as any russian stock, the diffrence wont affect the performance of the gun. Or people putting Kobra sights for a russian military look instead of Aimpoint/Eotech, both do the same job but it wont be "correct" with the aimpoint.



AMEN. I AGREE WITH YOU 100%
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Posted: 8/13/2010 12:33:57 AM
People clone military weapons that they can't legally own. I'd say the overwhelming majority of gun owners can own a real suppressor. So it's really not even close to being the same thing. Red Jacket even makes a PBS looking suppressor for AKs.

There are also differences with the different stocks available. The WASR stuff feels like sandpaper in my hands. Any wood with a good finish feels better and that is what I prefer.

The scopes... again, people are trying to get as close to they can to a military issue weapon will get matching scopes. Not the same thing at all as a fake can. These are real scopes afterall, not a fake hollow tube that is there to just look like a scope.

Just get whatever you want. Trying to justify it either way is silly. I think fake stuff on a real rifle is cheesy.. but if that is what you want then have at it. Have fun with guys at the range asking whats wrong with your suppressor I got the questions repeatedly when I had my old fake canned krink at the range.
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Posted: 8/13/2010 12:31:35 PM
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I got mine cause I had $20 bucks lying around, and already had some beer for the weekend...

It doesn't go to the range, just for poser pics here on arfcom

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Posted: 8/13/2010 12:39:17 PM
OP, do whatever you want man. No matter what you do, it won't please everyone.
If you like the look, buy it.
I don't know the thread numbers though, sorry.
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Posted: 8/13/2010 2:14:19 PM
Originally Posted By dskeet:
People clone military weapons that they can't legally own. I'd say the overwhelming majority of gun owners can own a real suppressor. So it's really not even close to being the same thing. Red Jacket even makes a PBS looking suppressor for AKs.

There are also differences with the different stocks available. The WASR stuff feels like sandpaper in my hands. Any wood with a good finish feels better and that is what I prefer.

The scopes... again, people are trying to get as close to they can to a military issue weapon will get matching scopes. Not the same thing at all as a fake can. These are real scopes afterall, not a fake hollow tube that is there to just look like a scope.

Just get whatever you want. Trying to justify it either way is silly. I think fake stuff on a real rifle is cheesy.. but if that is what you want then have at it. Have fun with guys at the range asking whats wrong with your suppressor I got the questions repeatedly when I had my old fake canned krink at the range.


I thought the OP was in a state that didnt allow real suppressors?

You could always refinnish the WASR wood, I was just giving a cheaper stock as a option. I could of said SAR-1, MAADI... etc

Ya, they are trying to get as close to the military issue weapon. Its the same thing as someone buying a fake suppressor to get the suppressed look as close as they can to the real deal, when they cant afford it or its just against the law there.

I agree with you, I have no desire for anything fake on my gun but I can see why someone would want one.
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Posted: 8/13/2010 2:40:36 PM
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Originally Posted By M4A1bushmaster:
Originally Posted By dskeet:
People clone military weapons that they can't legally own. I'd say the overwhelming majority of gun owners can own a real suppressor. So it's really not even close to being the same thing. Red Jacket even makes a PBS looking suppressor for AKs.

There are also differences with the different stocks available. The WASR stuff feels like sandpaper in my hands. Any wood with a good finish feels better and that is what I prefer.

The scopes... again, people are trying to get as close to they can to a military issue weapon will get matching scopes. Not the same thing at all as a fake can. These are real scopes afterall, not a fake hollow tube that is there to just look like a scope.

Just get whatever you want. Trying to justify it either way is silly. I think fake stuff on a real rifle is cheesy.. but if that is what you want then have at it. Have fun with guys at the range asking whats wrong with your suppressor I got the questions repeatedly when I had my old fake canned krink at the range.


I thought the OP was in a state that didnt allow real suppressors?

You could always refinnish the WASR wood, I was just giving a cheaper stock as a option. I could of said SAR-1, MAADI... etc

Ya, they are trying to get as close to the military issue weapon. Its the same thing as someone buying a fake suppressor to get the suppressed look as close as they can to the real deal, when they cant afford it or its just against the law there.

I agree with you, I have no desire for anything fake on my gun but I can see why someone would want one.


The OP is from Texas..They allow suppressors..having a fake can is completely different from having a non-spec stock, sight or whatever..one works ..one doesn't.....to each their own..I just wouldn't want folks coming up to me asking why my suppressed rifle is making all that noise



There, I said it...Don't tell me you weren't thinking the same thing!

I just want to go to the backyard, get a stick, and clean this thread off the bottom of my shoe....
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Posted: 8/14/2010 6:16:16 PM
Originally Posted By VoodooChile:
Originally Posted By M4A1bushmaster:
Originally Posted By dskeet:
People clone military weapons that they can't legally own. I'd say the overwhelming majority of gun owners can own a real suppressor. So it's really not even close to being the same thing. Red Jacket even makes a PBS looking suppressor for AKs.

There are also differences with the different stocks available. The WASR stuff feels like sandpaper in my hands. Any wood with a good finish feels better and that is what I prefer.

The scopes... again, people are trying to get as close to they can to a military issue weapon will get matching scopes. Not the same thing at all as a fake can. These are real scopes afterall, not a fake hollow tube that is there to just look like a scope.

Just get whatever you want. Trying to justify it either way is silly. I think fake stuff on a real rifle is cheesy.. but if that is what you want then have at it. Have fun with guys at the range asking whats wrong with your suppressor I got the questions repeatedly when I had my old fake canned krink at the range.


I thought the OP was in a state that didnt allow real suppressors?

You could always refinnish the WASR wood, I was just giving a cheaper stock as a option. I could of said SAR-1, MAADI... etc

Ya, they are trying to get as close to the military issue weapon. Its the same thing as someone buying a fake suppressor to get the suppressed look as close as they can to the real deal, when they cant afford it or its just against the law there.

I agree with you, I have no desire for anything fake on my gun but I can see why someone would want one.


The OP is from Texas..They allow suppressors..having a fake can is completely different from having a non-spec stock, sight or whatever..one works ..one doesn't.....to each their own..I just wouldn't want folks coming up to me asking why my suppressed rifle is making all that noise


I never said a non spec stock, I listed other wood besides russian


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