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Predator Silencers

Discussion in 'NFA & Class III Discussion' started by SilencerGuy, Nov 30, 2019.

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    I hope it is obvious that I'm a silencer manufacturer and I'm not doing some kind of covert marketing. I'm here to discuss silencers on open forums, post one of our silencers for sale to test area marketability, and introduce ourselves to the general public. We have been around for a few years, but up until recently, we've only sold to government agencies so we are not well known to the private buyers. We are not some huge company, we're just group of guys that think we've designed a really good silencer. You will never hear me say that we are the best! We are just different. There are smaller Silencers, more quite silencers, lighter silencers, and CHEAPER silencers. If you would like to see out site and check out our silencers, please see below. I would love to have a discussion with anyone about silencers, and I know the haters are going to hate.

    https://www.acadianarmament.com/
     
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    The lynx looks pretty nice. Size of a .22, but capable of 5.56, very nice indeed.
     
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    Do you make one suitable for .300 Blackout?
     
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    It's not a .22 can, it's rated for 5.56 full auto. Having said that, mine usually stays on my .22 so I can keep the damn squirrels from eating the lead jacks off my house. I live in the country.
     
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    We make two that are suitable for .300 blackout. The Defender D9 is full-auto rated and the Pantera is more of a sniper silencer. I do have the D9 on my .300 AR pistol with a 7.5 barrel, and My son uses the Pantara on a .308 bolt action. You can full-auto with the Pantara, but that's not what it's designed for. Specific silencers for specific tasks. We don't do "one-can-fits-all". I've added a link to both our Defender D9 and Pantera to better explain why they are different and why they should be used for their specific intended application.

    https://www.acadianarmament.com/pantera

    https://www.acadianarmament.com/defender-9mm-d9
     
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    Thanks, thinking of getting a supressor for my rifle, will definitely check out yours when the time is right
     
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    Do your research!! Keep in mind that all silencers are quite to different degrees, I'll tell you that the Dead Air Wolf 9SD is more quite then my Defender D9. You need to decide what is important to you and look for a silencer with those qualities, within your budget of course. trust me, the sky is the limit when it comes to price! good luck
     
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    Thanks, not the cheapest, but well worth the cost. A silencer is something that can be handed down through the generations, make sure it's worth handing down.
     

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