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Old 02-11-2014, 02:10 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Yes, the Tiberius, LAPCO, FLASC and, Hammerhead barrels all use the same muzzle threading (7/8x20) With some of them they use a different number of threads or, a slightly different lead-in so, the tip won't thread on all the way but, will hold securely.

But why would you put the Tiberius barrel extension on a full length Hammerhead?
It won't do any good just make your gun heavier and longer. If I was going to put a barrel front on a rifled barrel it'd be the LAPCO hushshot (or similar) for noise reduction but, fronts with a .70" I.D. may detract from accuracy.
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Old 02-15-2014, 07:07 AM   #12 (permalink)
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There is another quieting option the flassc silencer.It is basically a barrel extension with lots of holes drilled in it but threaded for a cover.There is enough room for padding inside and a holes drilled in the back of it that direct the sound tword you (the shooter)Fits on a HH with an adaptor.I have had no issues with accuraccy and it quiets it down pretty good !!
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