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SilencerCo Hybrid $400

Discussion in 'NFA & Class III Discussion' started by amcardon, Mar 4, 2017.

  1. amcardon

    amcardon Sharpshooter

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    So Impact Guns has the SilencerCo Hybrid on sale for $400 along with the $200 SilencerCo coupon code (to use for additional end caps, pistol pistons, etc...). Really debating picking this up as my first can - thoughts?

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  2. MrShooter

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    Holy ****. Why is it so cheappp. I'm in the market for one now too. Thanks for posting.
     
  3. Mad Professor

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    That is a good buy. I think it is a great 1st can. Because of its size, it makes a better rifle can than pistol. To be able to still use it on about everything (I would not use it on rimfire) is great.

    I have one in jail waiting for transfer but it is not my first. I mainly bought it for big bore rifles, but I expect I'll try it on my .556 AR also.
     
  4. amcardon

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    I know a lot of people knock them because if you truly want to use it for every caliber you need all the end caps, back plates, pistons, muzzle devices, etc... but I plan to get a couple things with the $200 and slowly pick up things here and there. I'm okay with direct thread rather than muzzle devices/QD right now.
     
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    I was looking at the surefire 300 sps and griffin Optimus.

    But this is half the price so very tempting
     
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    Where did you see the info for the $200 Gift cert?
     
  7. Okie4570

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    Paid just under $800 total for mine, still waiting.
     
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    So who, what, where is Impact guns? Apparently not an Okla company so how much is your Okla. class 3 dealer going to charge for the transfer? A while back I looked at these in stock here in Ok for like $600-650 with adapter of my choice. So after after you pay for transfer its probably about the same.

    MrShooter I also was looking at the Optimus because it comes with several adapters as a package. Hence a lower out of pocket expense than the Silencerco Hybrid.
     
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    Woodland sports in Tulsa has been advertising it on the radio (krmg) said good til sometime in April.
     
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    It is never going to be as good as buying a specific suppressor for an exact application. But it will get you there at a far less cost to cover multiple applications. I can also interchange pistons (and I believe some of the mounts) with my Omega 9k and my Osprey 45. However, I think these two are better for pistol use anyhow.

    What you are going to primarily run it on should be the main reason in selecting a particular suppressor.
     

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