Anyone Froze their Suppressor?

pinshooter45

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Still in the Decision stages of my suppressor build. I am currently waiting on a reply from the the company I plan to use. But I was wondering if anyone has ever had their suppressor cryogenically frozen? It toughen up all kinds of metal. But I am wondering if the heat from firing rounds will negate the tempering process. I'll let you know the answer I get, but just wondering if any one has tried it?
 

Aszerigan

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I'd imagine if it were beneficial, companies would tout it as a selling point. Not sure why you'd need / want to, I've never had an issue with an underperforming brand name can.
 

sloppyjoe

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Many companies use heat treating, but not sure if freezing is part of the process. Rex Silentium advertises that their heat treat allows for full auto rated with no minimum barrel lengths with just special heat treatment.
 

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