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in their books. not one word. I've never said one word about using glue or a hose clamp, or a commercially available adapter to mount one of my cans. Not one word about how to fold, spindle, and form screenwire into a baffle is in any other book but mine. Ditto how to make a brass piloted drill bit, for counterboring a .22 muzzle, so that a tap can cut the female threads into it. Ditto the use of a washer and internal snapring as the front endcap. ditto the use of a red hot steel rod to cauterize the rubber disks, alternating sizes of baffles, sleeving a can, creating an underchamber or an expansion chamber, etc. Those ideas were all mine, or my buddy John's.
 

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Thats nice
 

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Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm!!!!!
 

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Oh, they thought of it, but better technology came along in the 1930's, and they never bothered with it again.

Must feel good to be 80 years behind the times.
 

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ya know dipshit i realy dont care
 
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snooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooze!
 

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Who cares?
 

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Nobody else has my ideas about can-making

Nobody else wants your ideas. They were thought of when my Grand-Dad was a boy.

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Who would want cheap crapola cans anyway.
 

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cheap crapola like melvin of course.

Sorry melvin but yoru sauce i sweak and you area pretty muck a pathetic never was.
 

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That's nice, but I'd rather pay for a much better suppressor and get it legally. That way I can use it and not have to worry about who might take an interest in what I'm doing.

But, then again, I can legally own guns....

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