A simple fake suppressor to use on your Scorpion EVO or other firearm. The fake suppressor is useful while you’re waiting on your tax stamp, or if you’re competing where suppressors aren’t allowed.
The fake suppressor is made of 6061 Aluminum appoximately 1-3/8″ Outer Diameter and 6″ length. Threaded in 18×1 or 1/2-28 and finished in alodine chromate conversion + high temp primer and paint. Standard color is flat black.
Other thread pitches, diameters, lengths and colors available as a custom options. Contact for details.
Ships FREE to the US and for a flat $24 to Canada!
*Actual shipped product may vary from pictures. NAAH Tool Works is always looking to improve production methods and incorporates changes as they are developed.*
*Chromate Conversion Info*
Chromate conversion coating is a type of conversion coating used to passivate steel, aluminum, zinc, cadmium, copper, silver, magnesium, and tin alloys. It is primarily used as a corrosion inhibitor, primer, decorative finish, or to retain electrical conductivity. The process is named after the chromate found in chromic acid, also known as hexavalent chromium, the chemical most widely used in the immersion bath process whereby the coating is applied. However, hexavalent chromium is toxic, thus, highly regulated, so new, non-hexavalent chromium-based processes are becoming more readily available at a commercial level. One alternative contains trivalent chromium. In Europe the RoHS (Restriction of Hazardous Substances) Directive is commonly referred to regarding elimination of hexavalent chromium in electrical and electronic equipment, and the REACH (“Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals”) Directive to wider applications including chromate conversion coating processes, paint primers and other preparations.
Chromate conversion coatings are commonly applied to everyday items such as hardware and tools, and can usually be recognized by their distinctively iridescent, greenish-yellow color.
Chromate conversion coatings on an aluminium substrate are known by the following terms: chemical film, yellow iridite, and the brand names Iridite and Alodine (in the UK, Alocrom). It is also commonly used on aluminum alloy parts in the aircraft industry.
Iridite NCP is a non-chromium type of conversion coating for aluminium substrates.
The most commonly referred-to standard for applying chromate conversion coating to aluminium is MIL-DTL-5541 in the US, in the UK it is Def Stan 03/18.