gunthreadadapters.com: Looks like 2q and 1s. ;-) Q1: Yes. Q2: Depends what you use as filter media. I wad up old rags, paper towels, toilet paper, whatever might work that is bound for the junk heap. No need to buy filter elements, works as good firestarter when done. Yo dawg, I use recyled rags to recycle my solvent so I can recycle while I recycle!
gunthreadadapters.com: I don't intent for my products to be used to violate the law, but they do demonstarte the insidious and futile nature of it. Someone said "OMG! You've hacked the NFA!" No, not really. The NFA is hoplessly broken and deeply perverse. I'm just pointing it out while using these items for legal purposes. I heart your avatar. I want it on a t-shirt.
AaronAlso: That is pretty much insanity that they have created a "filter" that is the ideal size and shape for use as a suppressor. Internally it is almost perfect too once reversed, you've got a blast baffle and a high surface area expansion chamber. Just add a little white lithium grease. Oh! But that would be illegal!!!
fireman8900: 1 question 1 statement. Q: Have you tried this to recycle your solvents? Does it clean the solvents as well as the other filters? Statement: I'm not sure I understand the full idea behind this video :-/
gunthreadadapters.com: I find it odd that you ask. The address is in the description. Has been that way since the video was published.
gunthreadadapters.com: Several months ago two individuals showed up in the wee hours of the morning, identified themselves as ATF agents, and told me to take down my website or they would kill me and everyone I know. The ATF has a reputation for killing people and lying about why afterwards, not merely threatening to do so. I can only account what happened, the rest is theoretical even if the shoe fits...
gunthreadadapters.com: Then you know solvent trap adapters and registered adapters are both for sale and the only difference is how they are used.
Kristopher Pierce: Can you please give us the site address for your page? It doesn't show up anywhere here. Thanks for the work on these types of Solvent Trap Adapters!!!
fabiankitchen: You have really been threatened to be killed? For this? Out of all of the simple "2 liter", Potato, etc... You can use, they really threatened to kill you over this?
Rose G: Who gives a crap, the only reason the gov cares is because of there stupid freaking tax stamp. And yes unfortunately I work for the gov
gunthreadadapters.com: You'll have to specify what "this" in your sentence is referring to. Be glad to help, but the absence of a subject for the pronoun to identify with leave the matter ambiguous.
gunthreadadapters.com: ORLY? Solvent Trap Adapters have been around for a long time. The bending of the rules to allow one to be registered as a silencer is a recent happening, and does not magically make Solvent Trap Adapters into contraband. The ATF has threatened to kill me, but they haven't arrested me. Probably because you're wrong. Read up on muzzle attachments and the wording of the law.
Charles Provost: I think just having the adapter on the oil filter is illegal. If the threads on the adapter fit a barrel then it itself needs a tax stamp. The adapter is illegal without the tax stamp.
steven norsworthy: What size threads does this come?
eduardo baldi: serves a high-speed bullet or just subsonic???
gunthreadadapters.com: It would be illegal to blow a hole in the end for 1 very clear reason: it would no longer push the liquid through the filter media, negating the idea that you could possibly be using it for that purpose. It would be nothing but a buffered expansion chamber silencer, and absent an approved Form 1, that's a crime with an extraordinarily disproportionate punishment.
andrewsheldonreeves: what's the Aikens accelorator. And say there was a .22 inch hole blasted through the filter to facilitate cleaning it out so it can be re used over and over. Are you saying it's illegal to modify it so I could clean it out with compressed hot air? Where do you find skinny filters like that in various sizes?
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