My 16 year old daughter has been after me to get her 995TS setup for a suppressor, so today during a long winded WebEx I had to be on I decided my time should be better spent. Since the barrel diameter was only .610 I had to take it down to 0.5625 for a 9/16x24 thread. Got it threaded up and used a 9/16x24 to 5/8x24 adapter to hang the can on. Stepped outside with four 147gr rounds loaded in the magazine and tested it out. First round pop as expected and the rest were suppressed as they should be. All in all a nifty addition for her 995TS. Oh, and that WebEx? I turned the barrel, threaded it, tested the suppressor, and cleaned everything up before the WebEx finished and no one was the wiser. Did it with the TS fully assembled in order to save time and get it done without having to tear it down and run to the shop to use the lathe. Still on my "To Do" list - finish a T53 conversion that I have underway, and then SBR/Suppress an SKS in the SGWorks Bull-pup stock. Waiting on the Form 1 to get its stamp and then the SKS project will be green lighted.