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Old 09-03-2011, 03:29 AM   #1
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I have a vortex flash hider "made by smith enterprise" on my M4. Does smith enterprise make a supressor tht fits over the vortex?

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If it is the current part no. 1001V, Vortex G6A2 Flash Eliminator it is Sound Suppressor Capable.

Wind Talker™ Sound Suppressors : Smith Enterprise, Inc.

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If it is the current part no. 1001V, Vortex G6A2 Flash Eliminator it is Sound Suppressor Capable.

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Thanks for the info.. I was just about to post tht i found it.. Found a photo too.. I wonder wat the price is??
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Thanks for the info.. I was just about to post tht i found it.. Found a photo too.. I wonder wat the price is??
Not sure, you'll need to call them next Tuesday to find out.

They can run anywhere from $500 to $1,200 plus a $200 tax stamp.
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