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30 Cal suppresor suggestions?

Discussion in 'NFA & Class III Discussion' started by TyMD, Apr 20, 2016.

  1. TyMD

    TyMD Sharpshooter

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    Im looking into starting the stamp process for a can before the trust rules change in July and was wanting some suggestions on cans. I plan on using it mainly on a 8.5" 300 BO, but also want to use on a 308 bull pup i have as well as my standard AR. I m having trouble deciding between short vs long when putting it on the 308. Any input would be appreciated. Thanks!
     
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    I have a Liberty Chaotic on my .300 BLK SBR (8-1/2" barrel) and it works very well with both subsonic and supersonic ammuntion. Although it's specifically designed for .300 BLK it's rated for others also.
     
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    I've got no complains with my Specwar on a 10" blackout

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    Really like my Omega so far, I've had it on my 277 Wolverine AR so far, and with supersonic hunting rounds (around 2550 fps), we literally heard a bullet ricochet after exiting a coyote in TX one night...its rated full auto and up to 300 Win Mag I believe...I have an AR pistol upper coming next week that I plan to try it out on...nice thing about it is the many different ways you can configure each end of the suppressor, direct thread in 1/2" or 5/8", quick connect, flat end cap or brake end, etc
     
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    I have the Omega and used it on a 8" 300Blk , 10.5" .223, 762x39 and .308. I havent compared it to any other suppressor but I am very happy with it. 300blk is so quiet. I was not impressed with 7.62x39 but it could just be my rifle that makes it seem louder. .308 is quiet enough you dont need ear protection.
     
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    My advice would be to get a lightweight titanium that performs up to the specs you need. It will be so much handier on multiple calibers.
     
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    I got the YHM Phantom Titanium in 7.62 with the QD mount. Bought a separate mount for a 5.56 as well, although that's temporary - I plan on buying a 5.56 can soon.
     
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    I have a SAKER 762. Have run on 300BLK, 5.56 and 6.8 SPC. Can't say enough nice things about it.
     
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    I have the AAC N-6 and it has performed very well for me on both 300 Blackout and 308 WIN. I get excellent suppression on both. Saying that, if I bought one today, it would probably be the Silencerco Omega or Saker 762.
     
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    I have friends that have the AAC 7.62 SD and the N6. They like them a lot on the 300 BLK. I have sold most of the can listed in the above post. So far no one a came back not liking what they bought. I got one can in for a customer that I liked a lot. The Gemtech "The One". I read up on it and liked what I read. So I ordered one in for myself. I yet to try it and I am not able to shoot guns right now from a on the job injury to my arm. I went with the 3 pack set. Comes with the GM22, GM45, and "the One"


    For the most part, stay with a well known MFG. See what you want to pay for a can. Ask yourself do you want light wight. Just so many ways to look at it.
    I also have a good friend that went with the Surefire 300 SPS because he shoots a lot of long range and Point of Impact is a very big deal with him. He also went with the Dead Air Sandman Ti. And one thing to think about is Volume is your friend in a can!

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