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Hi, I purchased a Wilson/Swedish K and would like to purchase a suppressor for it. I would like any information on buying one. The only thing I found was the Jim Burgess can for the S&W 76 I am not sure that will work on the Swedish K, any info. will be appreciated. Thanks Greg

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One option would be to round yourself up a Suomi M31 barrel, it should drop in to your M/45 and can be threaded for your suppressor of choice.  I use a Bowers Vers 9s on mine and it sounds great.  Feel free to send me a message if you take that route and need help w/ the threading or setup.

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GREG, you can get a standard female end for your AWC and have a SUOMI barrel threaded for it to screw on. I cant remember exactly but think industry 9mm standard is 9/16 "  that always gives me trouble but it is standard and the "guys" will know for sure. it could be 5/8" make sure you only buy a STEEL end for your can and push back hard if need be.  most shops push the alloy to keep it an easy make. the alloy ends threads are just too easily damaged going off and on the gun. another PLUS FOR THAT AWC!  don't cha just love it?


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Thanks for the reply's, I am looking for an integral suppressor. I should have been more clear, sorry.

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INTEGRAL?  custom project ! nothing too serious. I have never looked at a Wilson K tube gun and how they were built


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I believe Tom Denall in Oregon made integral suppressors for the Swedish K in the past.  I don't think he has a website, but the last contact info I saw for him was:

Tom Denall - T.D. Manufacturing LLC

Specialties: Class 2
P.O.Box 7919
Bend, OR 97708
Phone: (541) 389-6054

E-mail: tdmfgREMOVETHISSPAMGARD@earthlink.net

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Toad, thank you I will call Tom on Monday. The front end on this is the same as all Swedish k guns.

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Yes avoid "alloy" couplings at all costs. I had a set up for a Beretta 12S that used a SG9 suppressor and an expensive custom made "alloy" end cap. After about a year the threads were screwed up to where barrel alignment became a concern. Had to have a steel end cap machined for it, and because I couldn't find spare parts, ended up with a dedicated suppressor (i.e. Factory M12s end cap is now modified to accept suppressor).

Nice setup, but now I can't shoot the gun without the suppressor.

I'm still trying to find someone who has  Beretta M12 / PM12S parts for sale!!!!!!!

I WILL pay cash or TRADE NEW, FACTORY PM12S MAGAZINES IF INTERESTED!

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Thanks for the information Tom.

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On 8/19/2019 at 6:33 PM, x50plt said:

Hi, I purchased a Wilson/Swedish K and would like to purchase a suppressor for it. I would like any information on buying one. The only thing I found was the Jim Burgess can for the S&W 76 I am not sure that will work on the Swedish K, any info. will be appreciated. Thanks Greg

Please keep this post updated as you search out you suppressor. I have the same Wilson K and would also be interested in a suppressor. 

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4 hours ago, riflejunky said:

Please keep this post updated as you search out you suppressor. I have the same Wilson K and would also be interested in a suppressor. 

I will let you know when I find one.

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