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Any Gemtech "GemTax" News?

Discussion in 'NFA & Class III Discussion' started by adluginb, Apr 3, 2010.

  1. RobC

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    Search Silencertests. There are a bunch of threads about it.

    It would be one of the last 5.56 cans that I would consider; behind AAC, KAC, SWR, and Surefire.




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  2. adluginb

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    +1 The MultiMount 9mm and the Sandstorm .308/300 are the only cans I would consider out of the ones they are offering to pay the tax on. Also if you're a member of www.silencerresearch.com you can watch and hear the MultiMount being shot.
     
  3. MAJ MALFUNCTION

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    Couldn't have said it better myself!

    We have MultiMounts in stock (but they're going FAST!) and Sandstorms will be here very soon!
     
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    I own an HVT but laid my hands on a Sandstorm yesterday... OMG there is a huge weight difference! To bad they don't make the Sandstorm in a QD configuration!

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    While browsing the Gemtech page I found this..

    Now where am I going to find the money to buy one of these!?
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    If you'd like to get a MultiMount or Sandstorm and take advantage of Gemtech's offer to pay for your tax stamp, then DON'T WAIT - our inventory is flying off the shelf!!
     
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    Forgive the noob question but what are the disadvantages of running smaller caliber rounds through something like the sandstorm. I don't yet have anything 7.62 but would like to take advantage of this "Tax Free" savings and use this can on other host like my 5.56 AR?
     
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    Hey Maj,

    What are your prices on the Multi mount? I would really like to have one just need to make sure i got the cash.....

    Thanks
     
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    My 2 Cts.


    As long as you dont over pressure the can (like shooting a rifle round out of a pistol can) You should be fine shooting smaller calibers out of a can. Generally larger caliber cans are also have larger volumes so the perform pretty well considering.
     
  9. adluginb

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    Silencerresearch showed several 308 cans shooting 5.56 through them and some where quiter than some cans made for the 5.56. I emailed John Titsworth about the Sandstorm and while he has not done a formal review of it he stated it ranks right at the top of the available .30 cal cans. If I didn't have 3 cans in the process now I would jump on the Sandstorm deal.
     
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    Thanks for the info and the push over the edge..
     

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