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PostPosted: Thu Dec 24, 2009 9:34 am 
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As I keep reading on this suppressor stuff, seems like the K-baffle does a better job of keeping things quiet, but after so many rounds cannot be taken apart for cleaning. Also, seems like a monolithic would be less work to machine.

I'm just learning about suppressors, and am not sure if my perceptions are correct. What are the pros/cons of monolithic vs. k-baffle.


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PostPosted: Thu Dec 24, 2009 11:00 pm 
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I have both, the K is a little longer but makes less noise.


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PostPosted: Thu Dec 24, 2009 11:25 pm 
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You can also make K baffles with only a lathe, Most mono cans need a lathe and a mill.


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Mono cans usually have more baffles to make up for inefficiency how ever the quietest .22 can on the market uses 11 k baffles.

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Capt. Link. wrote:
Mono cans usually have more baffles to make up for inefficiency how ever the quietest .22 can on the market uses 11 k baffles.




And what silencer would that be?


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YugoRPK wrote:
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Mono cans usually have more baffles to make up for inefficiency how ever the quietest .22 can on the market uses 11 k baffles.




And what silencer would that be?


Shoofly looks like it coulfd hold 11 K baffles.


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Ive got one. Its a monocore.


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Nope its the element

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PostPosted: Mon Dec 28, 2009 8:48 pm 
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the element has 11 baffles in it? it looks way too short for that. 60 degree K baffles end up being around .6" long minimum, which would be 6.6" of baffle stack for 11 baffles, and the element is only 5.25" overall.


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The Element has 7 baffles, an outer tube, and 2 end caps.


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I'm also wondering, would K baffles be the best for other pistol calibers?

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CKOD wrote:
YugoRPK wrote:
Capt. Link. wrote:
Mono cans usually have more baffles to make up for inefficiency how ever the quietest .22 can on the market uses 11 k baffles.




And what silencer would that be?


Shoofly looks like it coulfd hold 11 K baffles.


Yep it's a mono core just like the kodiak and the sparrow


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PostPosted: Sat Jan 02, 2010 10:55 pm 
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LavaRed wrote:
I'm also wondering, would K baffles be the best for other pistol calibers?

Have heard of some .45 suppressors made with K baffles.


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My SP1 suppressors are a monocore design, and I have shot them next to several K baffle cans from other makers. The results sound the same. I like the mono for simplicity and easy maintenance.


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midcountygunshop wrote:
My SP1 suppressors are a monocore design, and I have shot them next to several K baffle cans from other makers. The results sound the same. I like the mono for simplicity and easy maintenance.


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