IGOTD right there.
If you’re a run-of-the-mill customer, this oops will put your can (and your gun, unless you’re very lucky) out of commission for months. Reliability and ease of repair are major issues.
A gentleman I know had a baffle strike a year or two ago with his M4-2000, and AAC took good care of him. They repaired the can, and had it back to his dealer before his form 4 came back approved.
“Before his form 4 came back..” So what you are saying is it was done within a decade? 😉 I joke, just royally impatient as I enter my 7th month waiting on the phone call from my dealer saying ‘come get your toy..’ Im as twitchy as a bus driver with the roids….lol
The shooter sure didn’t seem too upset over it with the high 5’s and fist bumbs.
That’s how you know he truly is an idiot. Kind of like the boxer that gets socked in the face real good and smiles…
“…and the foolish shall be punished.”
I’ll be honest; I laughed at this video.
The gun has the muzzle device on it so I dont believe it has threads. I think this suppressor has the “quick-dissconect” and it suffered a failure for some reason.
Guys AAC said the latch was good to go. Well it was not. We had to launch it to show it was too light weight. We got a MG can to replace it. The high five was mission accomplished. We are not the common buyer as you said. We are a Mfg.
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