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    prices Below !!!!!!

    A-Tec Silencers CMM-4 RIMFIRE $114.00

    A-Tec Silencers CTM-4 UP TO 6.5 SV -20 1/2" UNF $562.00

    A-Tec Silencers TMM-4 UP TO 30CAL -20 1/2" UNF $594.00

    A-Tec Silencers MAXIM UP TO 30 1/2 -20 UNF $468.00

    THEIR IS MORE OPTIONS BUT NEED MORE DATA FROM THE BUY
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    Can you get different threads and also replacement baffles?

    CMM-4?

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    So these are currently in stock?

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    Any chance of maxim titan?

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    Which other threads are available?

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    have a look here pete more infor

    Maintenance


    Maintenance

    Maintenance


    During shooting condensation is created inside the silencer, containing amongst others ammonia. Failure to remove the silencer within a reasonable period of time after shooting will cause rust to form in the gun barrel. It is therefore practical to screw off the silencer after shooting on a range before packing the firearm for transport. When hunting the silencer must be removed after the end of the hunt. Store the silencer so that air can flow freely through it and dry it out. When the silencer is dry it is advantageous to spray a little oil (aerosol) into the silencer. Our silencers are to be attached by an authorised gunsmith. Threads and the torque shoulder must have a smooth surface and be adapted to the silencer so that it can be easily screwed on and off, but without too much noticeable slack before it is screwed tight to the torque shoulder. Before attaching it the silencer and barrel must be checked to see that there is free passage, that threads and torque shoulder have been properly cleaned and without any particles and knock marks. If you wish to have the possibility of dismantling the silencer’s modules, the silencer must be dismantled after each shooting session and the threads and O ring lubricated by a suitable lubricating agent with a minimum temperature resistance of 300 °C. No particle-enhancing lubricant with big or metallic particles must be used, such as copper grease. If you wish to use such a lubricant then MolyCote G-Rapid+ is recommended.
    The silencer must not be exposed to temperatures exceeding 200 °C for more than a short period of time and not temperatures exceeding 100 °C over longer shooting sessions.
    The use of a mirage/heat cover is not recommended for longer shooting periods due to its isolating qualities. If such covers are used then they must be removed after 10-15 shots with a normal level calibre, such as 6.5x55 and 308win, and the firing must cease until the silencer has cooled down to the ambient temperature.

    Note the temperature in the silencer when using magnum calibres, as the maximum temperature is then reached with considerably fewer shoots in a series.maksimal temperatur er oppnådd.






    Attachment of A-TEC silencers
    A-Tec´s silencers are designed for firearms with a 15mm long threading. The silencer threads are made with a tolerance to allow the desired thread fit with minimal clearing when the barrel threads have a mid-diameter according to NS 1073 part 6, upper tolerance limit.

    The barrel’s threads must have a relief cut in connection with the torque shoulder, the maximum radius between the bottom of the relief cut and torque shoulder is 0.8mm. The relief cut diameter must be 0.2mm less than the external thread’s minimum diameter. The torque shoulder must be turned with a maximum surface roughness of Ra 1.6.

    The plastic disk must not come into contact with the barrel. Recommended clearing is 0.1 mm. This is checked when the silencer is attached to the firearm.

    A-TEC´s silencers are designed with little clearing between the projectile and inner diameter. This is to achieve the best possible silencing effect. Exact threading of the barrel muzzle is therefore important. The silencer’s centre line must be completely concentric with the barrel’s axis.

    The attachment of the piece must be performed by an authorised gunsmith to ensure the necessary precision. Un-precise attachment of the silencer can lead to damage to the silencer and surroundings. This leads to loss of warranty rights.

    Below please find a list of our standard thread dimensions and minimum recommended muzzle diameter of the torque shoulder:d d3
    ½”-28 UNEF 14,0mm
    M13x1 14,5mm
    M14x1 15,5mm
    M15x1 16,5mm
    M17x1 18,5mm
    M18x1 19,5mm
    M14x1,5 16,0mm
    M16x1,5 18,0mm
    M18x1,5 20,0mm


    A-TEC AS, Slettaveien 2, Sletta Næringspark, 1555 SON
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    have a look here pete more infor

    Maintenance


    Maintenance

    Maintenance


    During shooting condensation is created inside the silencer, containing amongst others ammonia. Failure to remove the silencer within a reasonable period of time after shooting will cause rust to form in the gun barrel. It is therefore practical to screw off the silencer after shooting on a range before packing the firearm for transport. When hunting the silencer must be removed after the end of the hunt. Store the silencer so that air can flow freely through it and dry it out. When the silencer is dry it is advantageous to spray a little oil (aerosol) into the silencer. Our silencers are to be attached by an authorised gunsmith. Threads and the torque shoulder must have a smooth surface and be adapted to the silencer so that it can be easily screwed on and off, but without too much noticeable slack before it is screwed tight to the torque shoulder. Before attaching it the silencer and barrel must be checked to see that there is free passage, that threads and torque shoulder have been properly cleaned and without any particles and knock marks. If you wish to have the possibility of dismantling the silencer’s modules, the silencer must be dismantled after each shooting session and the threads and O ring lubricated by a suitable lubricating agent with a minimum temperature resistance of 300 °C. No particle-enhancing lubricant with big or metallic particles must be used, such as copper grease. If you wish to use such a lubricant then MolyCote G-Rapid+ is recommended.
    The silencer must not be exposed to temperatures exceeding 200 °C for more than a short period of time and not temperatures exceeding 100 °C over longer shooting sessions.
    The use of a mirage/heat cover is not recommended for longer shooting periods due to its isolating qualities. If such covers are used then they must be removed after 10-15 shots with a normal level calibre, such as 6.5x55 and 308win, and the firing must cease until the silencer has cooled down to the ambient temperature.

    Note the temperature in the silencer when using magnum calibres, as the maximum temperature is then reached with considerably fewer shoots in a series.maksimal temperatur er oppnådd.






    Attachment of A-TEC silencers
    A-Tec´s silencers are designed for firearms with a 15mm long threading. The silencer threads are made with a tolerance to allow the desired thread fit with minimal clearing when the barrel threads have a mid-diameter according to NS 1073 part 6, upper tolerance limit.

    The barrel’s threads must have a relief cut in connection with the torque shoulder, the maximum radius between the bottom of the relief cut and torque shoulder is 0.8mm. The relief cut diameter must be 0.2mm less than the external thread’s minimum diameter. The torque shoulder must be turned with a maximum surface roughness of Ra 1.6.

    The plastic disk must not come into contact with the barrel. Recommended clearing is 0.1 mm. This is checked when the silencer is attached to the firearm.

    A-TEC´s silencers are designed with little clearing between the projectile and inner diameter. This is to achieve the best possible silencing effect. Exact threading of the barrel muzzle is therefore important. The silencer’s centre line must be completely concentric with the barrel’s axis.

    The attachment of the piece must be performed by an authorised gunsmith to ensure the necessary precision. Un-precise attachment of the silencer can lead to damage to the silencer and surroundings. This leads to loss of warranty rights.

    Below please find a list of our standard thread dimensions and minimum recommended muzzle diameter of the torque shoulder:d d3
    ½”-28 UNEF 14,0mm
    M13x1 14,5mm
    M14x1 15,5mm
    M15x1 16,5mm
    M17x1 18,5mm
    M18x1 19,5mm
    M14x1,5 16,0mm
    M16x1,5 18,0mm
    M18x1,5 20,0mm


    A-TEC AS, Slettaveien 2, Sletta Næringspark, 1555 SON
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    Price and availability of the CMM-4 ALU?
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    CMM-4 ALU (front mounted light silencer $480
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    Maxim titan (titanium) $750
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    Hi Quentin, do you have a CMM-4 ALU (muzzle forward) 30 cal 1/2x20 unf in stock?

    Kel

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    Hi Kel we have been cleaned out of stock now. we have placed a order today and will have more in appox 3 weeks. i will add one on for you

    Quentin
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    Hi Guys we have more A-Tec silencers back in stock now

    Quentin
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