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Time for a .22 can. Which one.

Discussion in 'NFA & Class III Discussion' started by dubs chops, Mar 8, 2012.

  1. aeropb

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    After shooting my friends AAC Element and SS Sparrow I wish I had chosen one of them. Probably the Sparrow
     
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    dubs,
    Get in touch with Kelly Kyle at Kyle Armament. Hes's just down the road in Locust Grove (Murphy actually). He's a great guy and has a great trust paperwork already made out that he can do for $25. If you want, PM me and I'll give you his most recent price on a Sparrow.
     
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    The reason to get a dedicated 22 can is that it should be able to be disassembled and they are much smaller and lighter than a .223 can. I would say of you're going to get a rifle can, get a .308 can and use it on the .223. For a .22, get a .22 can.
     
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    You should buy the quiet one.
     
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    Dustin may be a smartass on the board, but he's really professional when it comes to business. Deal with DG and you'll be good to go.
     
  6. Dynamicentry

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    The specter is nice but SWR customer service now is as bad as AAC.
     
  7. Glocktogo

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    SWR is now owned by Silencerco, who's customer service is known to be excellent. Have you had dealings with them recently?
     
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    I'd go with the Element2. I just recieved my Element and its great, but the changes made to the Element2 were needed. Dustin Guander is the only one to deal with.
     
  9. Honey Badger

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    Dustin????? A smartass?????? NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!! LOL. When I get the money saved up I am gonna buy a .45 can from him.
     
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    I have shot quite a few and I will not buy anything other than a silenerco Sparrow now. I have a cascadeTI a gemtech and a sparrow and there is no comparison. Customer service, quality and noise reduction are all better with silencerco.
     

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