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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 09-14-2011, 06:50 PM Thread Starter
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Parker string suppressor

Hello all,
I just installed the Parker string suppressor kit on my enforcer. The directions state that the suppressor's should barely be touching the string when installed, but with mine I had to pull the string back slightly to install them (approx 1\16" to 1\8". I bottomed out the adjusters and still had to pull the string back to install them. Will this cause a problem ? The only thing I would know to do would be to cut a 1/16" or so off the rods.

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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 09-14-2011, 07:00 PM
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Re: Parker string suppressor

I installed some on our Enforcer and the string laid right on the surpressors kind of making a shallow V in the rubber stopper. Shoots great, I still have a little rod to spare but not much. I actually loosened the rods then push them against the string til I got resistence then tighened it down.

Are you sure you put the mounting bracket on correctly? That would be my first check. I would take a pic of ours but the Enforcer now resides with my Dad 2 hours away.

I would NOT cut that rod period, aren't they fiberglass?

They may be correct as installed , I know ours pushes on the string some at rest and there is not much rod left over.




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Re: Parker string suppressor

They should lightly touch the string. You can sand the rods down a bit to gain clearance at he riser.

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Re: Parker string suppressor

Thanks for the help guys, I sanded the rods down to gain the clearance I needed.
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Re: Parker string suppressor

I thought my new Cyclone was lightly touching . I was having a hard time sighting it in. After I was done shooting I notice one of the rubbers was cracked open. When I loosened the one suppressors the string came forward when the pressure was released.
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