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    With and without a threaded barrel

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    The vid wouldnt load for me , so i have to ask whats the point and what is the weapon lol .
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    i have always wondered if bullets lodged in a body could be traced back to a gun that had no threads? Casing not present either?

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    The barrel is threaded for a suppressor.
    The barrel still has traditional "lands and grooves" rifling with or without the suppressor attached.
    The SIG barrel that is NOT threaded for a suppressor still has a bore that is rifled.
    Most suppressors will not affect the land & groove markings on the projectile so forensically the bullet could still be microscopically linked to the firearm that fired it.
    So...with or without the threaded on suppressor or the threads all SIG barrels will still leave forensically identifiable markings on the fired bullet.
    I hope that answers your question.
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    Thanks for clearing that up QKShooter.

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