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Old 07-27-2016, 04:00 PM   #121
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$100.00
Fairly labor intensive as it requires a second thread, slotting and deburring the Cup, welding the cup.
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Old 08-05-2016, 02:05 PM   #122
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Default Good Novem 9mm video.

Video made by a customer, fairly long at seven minutes but really shows the difference ammunition makes.

Also note the clear difference in sound for sub-sonic even unsuppressed.

And the lack of bolt slap, particularly when suppressed.

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Old 08-05-2016, 02:55 PM   #123
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That is just ridiculous. About as loud as throwing rocks. Nicely done.
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Old 08-05-2016, 03:46 PM   #124
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Cannot REALLY judge sound via video, I know the YouTube algorithm really messes with mine when I post.

But it does seem that my Integral version clearly wins over a screw-on when shooting 115gr.
Probably as I have so much more volume with my 1.5" ID x 16.0" long tube?
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Old 08-05-2016, 03:49 PM   #125
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Probably as I have so much more volume with my 1.5" ID x 16.0" long tube?
I have to assume the integral also scrubs off a good bit of velocity maybe even to the point of being subsonic?
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I have to assume the integral also scrubs off a good bit of velocity maybe even to the point of being subsonic?
Not sure why it would reduce velocity more than a screw on, the baffles are untouched.
Effective barrel length is about the same as a pistol to prevent velocity gain.

I think it's the extra internal volume.
Not much sound difference with subsonic but can be clear with supersonic.
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Old 08-05-2016, 08:40 PM   #127
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I think the point he is making is that "supersonic ammo" may stay subsonic with a shorter barrel inside the integral.

This is why I bought an integral 10/22 with a ported barrel. The barrel is ported at about 4 inches to stop acceleration of the bullet. Any 22lr ammo becomes subsonic with the setup. The HK MP5SD does the same thing, stays subsonic with 115gr 9mm.
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Old 08-05-2016, 11:56 PM   #128
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Oh, yeah, I thought this integral was ported as well.
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Old 08-06-2016, 07:15 AM   #129
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I do have an about 3" 9mm barrel for an AR-9 but beyond correcting the chamber and head-space I have never done anything with it.

My integral barrels are effectively the same length as normal pistol barrels since they are ported near the muzzle, but they are not over-ported to drop velocity like an MP5-SD.
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Old 08-13-2016, 12:08 AM   #130
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Custom 9mm Novem Scout Rifle conversion with adjustable peep sights and scout rail.
A bit more work than I want to do as standard but the buyer was willing to pay the extra so he got his wishes.

Top of the action had to be flattened and a support pad made for the front of the Picatinny rail.
The rear sight grips the dove-tail, the Picatinny mounting is standard drilling and tapping except for the mounting pad.
Front sight is mounted at the end of the suppressor cup for the longest possible sight radius.
Most difficult part of this build was inletting the stock.

If a standard barrel were used the front sight would have to be unusually tall.

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You just keep twisting my nipples, I'm wanting one of these.
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Old 08-13-2016, 02:49 PM   #132
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I really want one too, but I have too many irons in the fire right now. Maybe next year.
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Another variant to tempt ya'll with. Here's a Scout version he did for a member on that forum.

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Old 12-30-2016, 07:51 PM   #134
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Been a busy morning.
Some gun-porn for you.

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Soooo tempting... price?
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Richard,

Any chance of adapting one of these to take Glock 9mm mags?
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Basic Novem 9mm $750.00 and actual shipping.

No chance of making Glock mags fit.
Standard RIA mags in 5 and 17 round capacity.

Just completed a suppressed Novem 9mm with a synthetic stock.
Pics below.

Factory .22 TCM's with synthetic stock are supposed to be available later this year.
They will come with a bipod, scope rail, and threaded barrel.
Not sure of the thread but I would expect 1/2-28.
They will also be higher priced than the standard wood stock guns.



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Where did you get that synthetic stock?

I like it.
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I would like to see Boyds come out with one if their tactical stocks for it and I would probably jump on it.
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Factory RIA TCM stock.
Obtained as a replacement for a wood stock that cracked.

They will be factory fit to TCM Tactical version that is supposed to become available this year.

I doubt that Boyds will ever offer TCM stocks as it's a narrow market and they do not seem to like narrow markets anymore.

But, they do offer a few generic profiles without any inletting.

In theory I could buy those and inlet them on one of my CNC's using the the surplus wood stock to create the G-code.
Question becomes weather or not that would really make sense for me to do anymore than it does for Boyds?
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