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As a quick note, we have made a few updates to some of our suppressor designs.
The first one is the Mystic X originally shipped with an o-ring on the core, we have since eliminated the need for this o-ring and we have not shipped a suppressor with one in over a year. If your unit has an o-ring, it is not imperative that you maintain it. We conducted extensive testing to determine the effectiveness of installing this o-ring on the suppressor and found it to be completely un-needed on this design. The original Mystic and Infiniti did benefit from the o-ring and we offer replacements for these units in our webstore. The Mystic X, Cosmic and Centurion though, do not need this o-ring.
The next item is that we have eliminated the driver tools from the Mystic program when we went to the Mystic X. This driver tool did little to assist the end user in actual dismantling the suppressor and added considerable cost to the package. Most people actually confused this tool with an additional suppressor tube that had been “mistakenly” placed in their Mystic box!!! All this confusion and waste was eliminated when we removed this tool from the package.
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- To dismantle the Constitution for cleaning, first clamp the spanner wrench in the vise with the pins facing up.
- Insert the wrench into the rear cap detent holes. Unscrew the suppressor core from the tube using your hand top turn the tube.
- Scrub the inside of the tube with a 10 ga. Shotgun bore brush or something equivalent to it.
- Cleaning the baffles is best accomplished by taping off the front of the core to protect the paint and sand blasting the core till it is clean to your standards.
- When cleaning the core be careful not to damage the threads.
- To reassemble, lubricate the core with some oil and insert the core into the tube.
- Coat the core threads in anti-seize lubricant and screw the tube onto the suppressor core. Tighten the tube as tight as possible by hand, this will be plenty of torque.