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Shooting the 762SD on a few host (Video)

Discussion in 'NFA & Class III Discussion' started by jakerz, Jun 10, 2012.

  1. jakerz

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    Nice!

    And I like your SPR setup, that's sweet.

    ETA: Question, what swayed you to get the 7.62SD vs the SDN6?
     
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    Thank you very much.

    In the test results I was seeing, the SD performed better than the SDN6. They both weighed the same, but the SD was a little longer. And the SDN6 was $200 more (cost of my tax stamp). Here are the test results I'm speaking of:

    308 Bolt Action:
    http://www.silencerforum.com/forum/...-SOUND-TESTED-on-a-Remington-Model-700-AAC-SD

    223 AR:
    http://www.silencerforum.com/forum/...56mm)-SOUND-TESTING-on-a-KAC-SR15E3-(16-quot-)
     
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    I was on the AAC website today, and it looks like the SD is no more.
     
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    I know. They discontinued it for some reason. A few retailers might still have them in stock, but most have sold out. A buddy of mine got lucky and found one that another guy backed out on. Put in the paperwork 4 months ago, so he'll probably have it by Christmas.... lol
     
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    I had one I was gonna use on my Encore because it was quiet, but I sold it when they DC'd them. Guy wanted one bad. I'd rather have the N6 because of materials and size. Quietness is fine for me. The SD was very quiet though. The N6 is much better on an AR than the SD. The SD is just too long to run on a 16" AR for me.
     
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    I ran the SD on a 18" and it was VERY long. It's right at home on the 10.5". I think the SD is/was a good decision for getting into a rifle suppressor since I can use it on 30 cal and 223. However, these damn stamps are addictive and i can see an M42k in my future...
     
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    The N6 makes more sense for an only rifle can than the M4-2k and the SD. All inconel, almost as short as the M4-2k, performs well, etc.

    SD, N6, M42K, Mini4
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    Since I already own the SD, I might as well go with the M4-2K. I believe it's all inconel as well. The extra inch I would save plus the 2.5oz is worth it to me. The SD will serve me well on both my 308/223 host until I can afford the M4-2K to use solely for my 223 applications. Thanks for the pic.
     
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    Oh for sure. The M4-2000 and 762-SD is the combo I'd recommend all day if you can have 2 cans. For a one and only, the N6 is unmatched.
     

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