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    A few Sionics Style Suppressors left in 9mm & .45

    I have a couple brand new two stage Sionics-style suppressors for the MAC10 in both 9mm and .45 ACP. They are much quieter than original Sionics cans, and are constructed entirely from lightweight Aircraft-grade Aluminum with updated WIPELESS stainless steel baffle stacks. All components are Anodized in Type II Military grade black Anodizing. On Form 3. Price per suppressor is $375 plus $10 shipping or 2 for $700.



    Email me at vito@autoburst.net for info.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vmon
    I have a couple brand new two stage Sionics-style suppressors for the MAC10 in both 9mm and .45 ACP. They are much quieter than original Sionics cans, and are constructed entirely from lightweight Aircraft-grade Aluminum with updated WIPELESS stainless steel baffle stacks. All components are Anodized in Type II Military grade black Anodizing. On Form 3. Price per suppressor is $375 plus $10 shipping or 2 for $700.

    Email me at vito@autoburst.net for info.

    I don't know about being quieter... new wipes make the can pretty damn quiet.

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    ...maybe "as quiet", if that.

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    Sionics

    I ran it next to a genuine Sionics can with moderately new wipes and it was quieter to my ear, I did not use any equipment so I cant tell you if the decibles are less.

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    Does anything (grommets?) go in the first stage?

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    all sold

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    Did any of you buy one of these?
    If it doesn't splatter, shatter, burst or explode, it's not worth shooting.

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    They sure look nice, That original look always works,
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    Nice looking suppressors. Too bad I didn't see this sooner.

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    I bought one 6/5/08 and I'm still waiting. It appears that all the 9mm cans Vito sold have the blast baffles machined for the M10 .45 threads.

    Do you guys think I should wait for him to machine a new blast baffle, have it anodized or just go with an adapter from TROS and be done with it? He has given me a quote for two weeks.

    Thanks for your input.
    If it doesn't splatter, shatter, burst or explode, it's not worth shooting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by strobro32
    I bought one 6/5/08 and I'm still waiting. It appears that all the 9mm cans Vito sold have the blast baffles machined for the M10 .45 threads.

    Do you guys think I should wait for him to machine a new blast baffle, have it anodized or just go with an adapter from TROS and be done with it? He has given me a quote for two weeks.

    Thanks for your input.
    I personally would wait for the correct threads. An adapter just gives you one more thing to come loose.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spectre
    Does anything (grommets?) go in the first stage?
    You probably just wrap it with steel mesh on your own.

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    How do you separate the first and second stages?
    Timberwolf Up!:fm

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    I would have been down for one of these, if I'd had my MAC last June when this was posted (not that I have it now either

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    Vito from Auto Burst Technologies, MA has a bad habit of poor communication, blaming others, and lying. I've grown weary of this mess. I have little faith that he will make his two week ETA.


    Sorry folks for this small rant.

    This transfer has taken over a year. When I finally got it it had the wrong threaded blast baffle. I called him up and he said no problem, send it back and he'll send the right core. So I sent only the threaded blast baffle back to be exchanged.


    On 6/1/09 he said it was going out the door. I called 6/5/09 to confirm it left and he said it had. I waited until the mail came on 6/11/09 and then called again. This time he said he had not sent it originally because he did not have a replacement blast baffle with the right threads. Keep in mind he did not call me to tell me any of this.

    He said that all these 9mm cans from Toys for Big Boys had the M10 .45 threads. He said this was a unforeseen problem from the company he bought them (TBB).

    He said he made an unanodized replacement part from his CNC. He was waiting to add it to next batch for his anodizer. He said he would send it without the anodizing, if I wanted it. WTF!!!

    He said he would get it back from anodizing in "two weeks", which we know is contractor speak for "no f-ing clue."

    If anyone has good thing to say about this guy please chime in and raise my hopes. I don't want to flame this guy but this has been my worst NFA experience to date.

    That is why I asked this board's opinion about the TROS adapter.
    If it doesn't splatter, shatter, burst or explode, it's not worth shooting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 104timberwolf
    How do you separate the first and second stages?
    The small end of the part that looks like a barrel with holes in it, threads into the stepped disc part with the circular hole pattern. The wider shorter tube is slip fit between these two parts.

    Its not shown in the picture but Vito uses what looks like bunched copper expanded metal lattice (EML) instead of the original metal lace eyelets. This EML is wrapped around the center of the first stage.

    Then the stepped disc part with the circular hole pattern end threads into the inside of the longer second stage with the baffles.
    If it doesn't splatter, shatter, burst or explode, it's not worth shooting.

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    Thanks!

    What sort of tool do you use to separate those parts?
    Timberwolf Up!:fm

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    Quote Originally Posted by 104timberwolf
    Thanks!

    What sort of tool do you use to separate those parts?
    A vise with aluminum jaw guards.
    If it doesn't splatter, shatter, burst or explode, it's not worth shooting.

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    It's been over a month. I think its safe to say he didn't make his two week estimate.

    How long should I wait to post a negative trader review? Is 13 months too soon?
    If it doesn't splatter, shatter, burst or explode, it's not worth shooting.

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    It came today.
    If it doesn't splatter, shatter, burst or explode, it's not worth shooting.

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