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308 Can Choices?

Discussion in 'NFA & Class III Discussion' started by rgoodjr, Oct 15, 2014.

  1. rgoodjr

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    Looking at 308 cans for use on 300 AAC, 5.56, and 308 bolt gun.

    What do you prefer and why?
     
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    I'd recommend the AAC 30 cal SDN-6! It's been great for me.
     
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    I have this one as well and have no complaints. I'd take a look at the Saker 7.62 as well.
     
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    The biggest issue I have with most .30 cans is weight, which plays havoc on POI shift. So long as you're not planning to do a ton of 5.56 rapid fire, I'd look at the Gemtech Sandstorm. That's coming from someone who owns 3 AAC cans.
     
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    Yhm 7.62 QD titanium. Its light, supresses great on 5.56 and 308. I havent tried it on 300blk yet.
     
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    I use a Phantom Ti on my .300 BO. Works like a charm and is light as a feather. Saker seems to be the up-and-comer these days.
     
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    I have Surefire 762SOCOM-MINI that I use on a 5.56 SBR and a 7.62 AK. When I get a .308 it will be used for that as well. Still trying to figure out if the .300 Koolaid is worth the squeeze.

    The Surefire cans are very durable and have a known track record. Durability and minimized POI shift were more important to me than a decibel rating. Also, as the collar portion of the mount can be unlocked the suppressor can be beaten off a gun from the rear if it gets carbon-locked from several days of shooting. AK mags work well for this. ;) I know several folks who's twisty-mount cans have come off with their muzzle devices still firmly attached after they spun off the threads... No bueno.


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    Look at the saker 7.62. You can change the end cap when you put it on a 5.56 weapon and basically turn it into a 5.56 can. It's an expensive can compared to other 7.62 cans but you're really getting two cans in one if you buy the 5.56 endcap with it.


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    Looking at Liberty chaotic also. Has anyone had experience with it?
     

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