silly question someasked me???


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If the end of a rifle is threaded to accept a lawnmower muffler, does that in fact make a lawnmower muffler a suppressor and is it regulated as such???

I got asked this one at work and honestly did not have a good answer. I figured a lawnmower muffler would probably drop the amount of noise by about 20-30 DB but not really do much overall. Besides why would you want UGLY course threads on the end of you bang stick?
 

Is that about the same as asking the question "If a man alone in the woods speaks, and his wife cannot hear him, is he still wrong?"
 
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As for the "ugly course threads" on the end of the host firearm I would thread them to the thread pitch for an suppressor adapter, such as the Surefire, and manufacture a QD type attachement. This may be harder to accomplish and requires skilled manufacturing processes but it takes away the ugly factor of threads.

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