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#7074259 - 02/11/18 08:56 AM Suppressor Maintenance Question
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Registered: 09/01/04
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Loc: Denton, TX
Iíve been running a YHM Phantom for a couple of years and really havenít done anything to it aside from some lube on the threads to keep it from seizing up. Iíve seen some videos and articles with people saying theyíre putting lithium grease inside the suppressor. While it smokes a little on the first couple of shots, it helps with the suppression.

Is anyone doing this with their suppressors? Just want to make sure Iím not missing out on something to extend the life on my suppressor.
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#7074265 - 02/11/18 08:59 AM Re: Suppressor Maintenance Question [Re: TCB]
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Wonder if lithium is another way to shoot ďwetĒ. people sometimes put water in the can to help dampen sound.

Most people wonít be able to tell the couple of dB reduction. Besides sound reduction is one of the lowest priorities for me when it comes to cans


Repeatability, durability, and mounting system are all higher


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#7074471 - 02/11/18 11:42 AM Re: Suppressor Maintenance Question [Re: TCB]
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YHM Care/Maintenance

If you scroll down in that link to page 4 YHM suggests soaking in Kroil Oil or something similar for an hour.

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#7074750 - 02/11/18 04:17 PM Re: Suppressor Maintenance Question [Re: TCB]
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Thanks Lucky Ducker
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