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Discussion in 'NFA & Class III Discussion' started by Honey Badger, Aug 13, 2016.
Looking forward to the report on the Omega 9k. That's on my short list for my .300blk.
I think the next one on my list will be Rugged Suppressors Obsidian 45
JMO, but the lighter the can, the more enjoyable it is to use, so long as it's still comfortable to the ear when shot dry with subs. When choosing a can that's enjoyable to use, tone is almost as important as overall decibel levels. Look for reviews that mention it and keep this in mind when making your final selection.
I like the modular concept.
Great advice and information guys. Thanks for your time and effort.
Yep, and they're supposed to be coming out with a 9mm end cap for it to help reduce more decibels when shooting 9
I have an omega 9k waiting in stamp. Great can from what I have heard. If I get another one though it will be the new hybrid. Then I'll 3 lug all my rifles so I can pop from one to another.
I got my can from Cold Hand / willshire. The cool thing is that they will let you come and shoot with your can while you wait on the stamp. As soon as I get my 3 lug and adapter I'm going to go give it a whirl.
What is the host? I have a Scorpion with 3-lug and Griffin Armament 3-lug mount and would love to compare it to my Octane 9. Wink wink.
MPX Omega9K with 3-lug
Maybe we can make that happen. I am in Tulsa but get down there frequently. Mine is on an MPX.