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    Lage M11/22 Suppressed?

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    Got my Lage kit and have a couple of questions. It looks like I need to run some sort of adapter since the insert may not be parallel to the barrel. I知 also running a barrel modded by Sam, and it is an inch shorter than a normal because it had the corse Mac threads removed. I知 assuming I知 going to need to cut the barrel down. Would cutting it down hurt reliability since it is a blowback weapon?
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    Cut down means less pressure, and it’s pressure operated so it will inevitably influence operation. Weaker ammo may be less prone to run. Put a suppressor or something on it to increase the pressure. A spacer can go in between.
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    I do not recommend shortening the liner until it is well broken in. It will affect function to a small degree.

    An adapter is a good choice. As long as the liner is threaded concentric to the bore and the adapter is perpendicular to the muzzle crown. I had Mark at TROS do one of mine ant it was great but it took a long time. Mike @ USMG does it quickly. He did two other uppers for me.

    Another option is to just use a user serviceable 9mm can. The liner will fit through the first baffles when using it with the longer liner and the short barrel
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    Quote Originally Posted by strobro32 View Post
    I do not recommend shortening the liner. It will affect function to a small degree.

    An adapter are a good choice. As long as the liner is threaded concentric to the bore and the adapter is perpendicular to the muzzle crown. I had Mark at TROS do one of mine ant it was great but it took a long time. USMG does it in short order and he did two others kits for me.

    Another option is to just use a user serviceable 9mm can.

    +1 on TROS.

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    USMG unless you want to wait north of 8 months after payment, may never get your adapter and you don't mind that TROS doesn't communicate. Just my experience.
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    When working with TROS you may want to call at 4 months to check on the progress. But he does very good work.

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    Can you explain the adapter? Does the liner get threaded and then the adapter threads up to 1/2x28?

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    This is what Mike at USMG did for me. The liner is threaded and an adapter screwed over it. I only run it suppressed so it has functioned 100% for me. Plus it is a dedicated upper.


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    USMG did mine too. I had them leave the original 9mm barrel but cut it back about 1/2" or so. They then threaded the liner barrel to 1/2x28. I have Carlson's Comp on it but could also use my Sparrow suppressor.
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    USMG did mine as well then walked it down the road to Lage for alignment. runs great.


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    I had mine threaded buy Class 3 machining in TX for a walther p22 1/2x28 thread adapter.

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