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Less Bang for your buck?

Discussion in 'NFA & Class III Discussion' started by 120 Acres, Dec 16, 2014.

  1. 120 Acres

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    Ah oh.

    What is this can of worms?
     
  2. leemozoid

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    Decent product but HORRIBLE customer service after the sale.
     
  3. Gabriel42

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    Lucky so far, latch worn on my SDN-6 and unless something messes up with UPS, I'll have it back at 29 days, door to door. Marry Christmas-eve to me.
     
  4. djcorrell

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    Back to the OP. I would really look at .30 cal cans and run it on the 5.56. What you give up you will get back in spades when you want to run it on another platform. The stamp and the wait is what will dictate the answer.
     
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    Unless you just want something small that makes an AR somewhat quieter, I'd go with a 7.62 can. I know I was disappointed the first time I heard a suppressed AR. That little fast bullet doesn't shut up quite like the 308.
     

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