Originally Posted by Maine04657
You misunderstood me. Rimfire cans and pistol caliber cans are great user serviceable. Rifle cans not so. Rifles put out ALLOT more pressure and take apart cans in these calibers are not even made by most of the big companies for good reason. Most every quality rifle suppressor is WELDED together as threads are a weak point.
Huntertown makes good cans. I have a Kestrel myself great can.
No, we're on the same page. You made an important point that I forgot. All the shops around here carry Huntertown because they're local. Even at the huge gun show at the state fair grounds (1500+ tables), I only saw Huntertown and Thompson Machine, both of which make user serviceable centerfire rifle cans. I genuinely forgot that sealed cans are still out there, because I haven't had any interaction with one for several years.
Huntertown guarantees their suppressors against everything except stupid, and they'll even clean it for you at no charge if you can't get it clean. I don't have a suppressor for anything centerfire yet, but I would definitely get one that is user serviceable over a sealed one. Maybe that opinion will change as I get more experience, but that's where I stand for now.