gunthreadadapters.com: I wonder what a shrink would say about that fact that I can't stand Owen
Wilson... Pshaw, I bet shrinks would have a lot to say about me in general,
MattHunt50: REPEAL THE NFA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Jake Thomas: this guy is owen wilson
Chris Blake: This looks like a marvelous oil/solvent trap design. I just hate getting
solvent all over my coffee table during cleaning sessions. I would NEVER
violate that unconstitutional law dealing with infringement of the right to
keep and bear. This would ONLY be for use as a solvent trap when cleaning
Zack B: Let's say if your barrel isn't threaded, who would thread this
bigfoot5720: Al Gore would approve of this method of recycling. You are doing us a great
service, sir. It's true, i googled it. You can google it too if you want.
None of my business.
Paul Bunyan: My eyes aren't that good... Looked like 1.815" on the index. Guessing
that's a 1 7/8" I.D. then.
Jim Nelson: Which solvent adapter woukd fit thus for my rra lar15.
Mike C: Question, what is better an adapter that is made of Aluminum or I have seen
some stainless models for use on a .556 AR?
Also, some talk of oil filters and some fuel filters?
Is one better than the other or more desireable?
KRN762: Holy crap! That dude DOES sound just like Owen Wilson.
glockmadness89: stop making videos asshole, some smarter people would prefer the government
not knowing what our great minds are capable of....... idiot... now we will
need licenses to buy a car oil filter....
gunthreadadapters.com: I got mine from USAFilter something... I don't remember off the top of my
head. Someone sharp commented on my blog about the newer part number for
these that's easier to find. Just like the oil filters, there are
apparently many numbers for the same damn thing...
brett248vista: Am I seriously the FIRST person to say this? Damn!!! Hey I like Owen! :P
gunthreadadapters.com: See updated description.
Chatta Brony: sooo..... what exactly is the function of the plastic and brass pieces in
this "solvent trap?"
gunthreadadapters.com: Because there is threading on the end, and the caliper doesn't go deep
enough to get past it. Besides, if you have experience measuring bore
sizes, you know that the exact number still doesn't tell you what will
actually fit inside the hole. Holes are often not perfect. It's best to
find a snug-fitting object and measure it instead of assuming the bore
number will work out. It almost never does. [/engineering lesson] ;-)
gunthreadadapters.com: 3/4 NPT.
mikeloria: was it hard to get the end caps off at first ?
gunthreadadapters.com: Guerilla workshop. Need to move it? No packing up, just plug it in when you
get there. Done. Level Schmevel... Why pack up and move all your stuff when
you can just leave it all where it is and move the whole building? So much
gunthreadadapters.com: You did not just say that... Now I'll have to eat a soldering iron...
Phil Stevens: Many Thanks for this find! Hope my local Napa Auto Parts shop has a couple
in stock. I may have to combine the brass and plastic fittings together as
I plan on cleaning often. It will also come in handy if I need to clean
something with non standard threads, as I can make my own adapter! The flow
through vs. containment is a HUGE bonus! ;-)
Bryan F: you're not very bright, are you? He's going green and fulfilling a moral
obligation to go against the big companies that corrupt our planet!
redneckradtech: Cant find a cheap site site for the filter, who was the supplier you
Rose G: You are my hero! My friggin hero!
gunthreadadapters.com: I've been on a watchi list for a long time... I don't even bother going to
gunthreadadapters.com: If a person is a functioning, contributing member of a dysfunctional,
perverted society; what is that person, really? I've no interest in being
part of humanity's super-sized version of the Manson Clan that dares to
call itself "normal society." If being decent and intelligent makes me
"psychotic" by contrast to what the rest of the human race has stooped to,
so be it! ;-)
mcobraii: It's true lmao!!! You did sound like Owen Wilson in Wedding Crashers!!!
"Come on" lol P.S. I bet you are on some type of watch list now!!!
TheIlook1: $25 at usafilterstore
gunthreadadapters.com: The ones I sell on my website explicitly titled as being made for it? Not
trying to be a wiseass, it's just kinda hard to miss...
Brandon Angle: what adaptor do I need to attach to this? I have a 1/2x28 thread that needs
to go into this for filtering.
sonick808: no more pile of powerful pollutants beaing leeched into our drinking water
Mihe M: Why not just use your calipers to determine the bore???? I.D. = dia -
jwolfe034: Great info!!!! As soon as I figure out the threads on my ar I will be doing
business with you , since you're about 120 miles to the east of me.. I've
learned a lot from you .. Thank you!!!!
gunthreadadapters.com: As shown (sorta) on the caliper in the video: 1.812"
Gorbachev: Mr Aardvark, do you know the thread information on that filter?
gunthreadadapters.com: Yes, my blog has a lot more detail, too.
Jim S: can you tell me the width of the socket that you measured in the video? I
could not see the measurements on the caliper
brett248vista: I never knew Owen Wilson was so into being green with guns! Keep up the
great work! :)
Paul Bunyan: In an abundance of caution with regard to solvent/metal compatibility, is
the tube body of the NAPA filter composed of aluminum?
Ed Itor: So, let me get this straight ... with an adapter and an inline fuel filter
like those in the boxes, I no longer need to cover the floor with paper
towels, nor do I need to worry about the 'spray' created by my brushes as I
clean from breech to muzzle? Coolness! Why didn't anyone think of this
before?? Hey what about things that have no threads like mil surplus, older
mini-14's and such? Great vid btw.
joker102877: I'm finding "significant pressure" is quite an understatement, lol. I'll be
picking up a bench vice from Lowe's this weekend and a proper wrench to
crack this bad boy open. Any idea when the adapters for this particular
filter will be ready for purchase?
gunthreadadapters.com: Extremely. I had to buy wrenches.
gunthreadadapters.com: You really don't 'trap' it this way. You flow-through into a separate, or
the original, container. If you use a solvent that is compatible with a
submersible pump, you could just let it go for a while...
les4lifepaul: Google wix 24003 I got one for around 40 bucks.
Ed Itor: Ah, you are correct. Hey, this will also keep my grass alive and floors
unstained when I use liberal amounts of pressurized cleaning solutions from
breech to muzzle! (what great humor on the vid)
gunthreadadapters.com: Looks for 24003, 4003, 24744, and 4744. I find them for about $23 now that
they are coming back in stock in a lot of places... usafilterstore d o t c
o m is where I got mine. Looks like they have the 24744 in for under $23
gunthreadadapters.com: 1-3/8 wrench + really big adjustable is what I used. After the initial
opening, I can do it with just the 1-3/8 and holding the body. They aren't
all that hard. I bought 3 at the same time and only one of them was that
tough. The 0-ring compression is the culprit. If you're not using a
pressurized cleaning method, you might get away with removing the o-ring.
gunthreadadapters.com: It would be cool, but, no. I'm morally opposed to the NFA, and with a long
list of very good reasons. So, I'll never make or own a Silencer. But, I
can demonstrate how futile the law is by showing the ease and abundance of
things that could possibly be used. Maybe, with a miracle, it might result
in some common sense in Government and they'll repeal this stupid law
against safety equipment. A long-shot, but I always hope and work for
decent and intelligent things, no matter how improbable......
gunthreadadapters.com: check a different part number: 24744 - people say it's the same thing and
is easier to find and cheaper. Haven't tested that theory myself. Just
hearing it form customers.