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What would you do with a new in tube M14 suppressor?

  • Open the tube and use it like it was meant to be used, damn it!

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  • Sell it on e-bay like the shark that you are.

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  • Pack it away for use when you're an old geezer

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Went to a gun show today keeping an eye open for a USGI or aftermarket suppressor with bayo lug. I found a guy selling a USGI in a closed tube, dated early 60's for the price of an aftermarket copy. I snapped it up but now I'd hate to open it, since its been in the tube for over 40 years.
 

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if you leave it sealed in a tube forever, it's as good as nothing. USE IT! or sell it to me!
 

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Heck, I can't pack it away until I'm an old geezer because I'm an old geezer NOW! :eek:

DD
 

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Use the freakin' thing, already! Or in the words of Ben Stiller;
"Do it... Do it!"
:wink: 8)
 

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The point is moot now. It's sitting on the end of my rifle.
 

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FS ?

are you kidding,what to do with it! i know what i'm doing mines on the way and i'm putting it on.[/quote]
 

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I'm replacing the 2 Neutered ones with the 2 new DPMS hiders I got a few months ago. The NIC USGI hider I just got is in the drawer with all the other NIW parts.
 

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Now, I don't know the name of your gal, but treat her like the lady she is and INSTALL it!
Now that the ban is over, there's probably a million of us that wish we could come upon a deal like you ran into...
However---if you are still paralyzed by this dilemma, I have a new Fulton with a neutered FS that I'd love to change out! :lol:

--BushRat--
 
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