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Old May 24th, 2015, 10:51 AM   #1
 
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Has anyone seen or used the Lethal-eye suppressor thread adaptor? I see them for the 10/22 on Amazon. they can be used with an oil filter as a cleaning dump, or as the adaptor if you have a suppressor. I know using the oil filter is bordering on illegal, but for the suppressor, it would be fine and that is what I would use it for. It seems to get decent reviews. What do you all think?
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Using an oil filter as a suppressor is illegal unless you have the stamp.
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I know that about the oil filter, and that was NOT my intention. I have a 22 can and wanted to know if anyone used it for the legal purpose and how did they like it.
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I will be sending it off to Que this week for threading and protector. A bit more expensive, but as you state, it will be the better job and save my can from any possible strikes.
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I think have the barrel threaded is a good move. Safety first.
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I will post a picture when I get it back.
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I don't trust those things and would be too worried about loosening/mis-alignment. If you spend $500 for a legal suppresor why risk a baffle strike. Spend the time and money and get it done right and thread the end of the barrel.
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Package is in the mail…will show pics when I get it back from him.
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