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Suppressor Differences?

Discussion in 'NFA & Class III Discussion' started by Maverick1911, May 14, 2013.

  1. soonerbulldog

    soonerbulldog Sharpshooter

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    Dustin. This Kestrel. Are there other options that will shoot 556 and 22?
     
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    I see these Huntertown suppressors for sale for 199. It seems like a crap shoot, like I spend 400-500 dollars and wait for a year to find out if the suppressor works or not. 400-500 is lot of $$ to just take a chance on an unknown.
     
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    I agree completely with Dustin. There are fan boys of every brand just as there are haters. I like AAC personally.
     
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    Look at the specs on the Liberty Mystic. Yes it is way overbuilt for a pistol caliber and a bit on the heavy side for some. The 2 I have run perfect on sigs, glocks, rugers and does a good job on a 18" dmr in 556. You do have to keep the rate of fire slow with the 556! With my handloaded subs the sound of the bullet impact is louder than the report of the weapon. On the little 22/45 it is stupid quiet even with bulk pac fodder.
     

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