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Which Silencer

Discussion in 'NFA & Class III Discussion' started by Bootleggn, Feb 13, 2010.

A can for which firearms first?

Poll closed Aug 22, 2010.
  1. Glock 23

    20 vote(s)
    33.9%
  2. AR/AK chambered in 5.56

    39 vote(s)
    66.1%
  1. MAJ MALFUNCTION

    MAJ MALFUNCTION Sharpshooter

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    I talked to Gemtech recently and they said that they are planning to do their "pay the tax stamp for you" special (probably in April), they just won't say which can(s) it will cover (yet).
     
  2. 264Magnum

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    My first, and only, suppressor is a YHM phantom for my 5.56. Its been on both a 16" and an 11.5" barrels. I could comfortably shoot both with no hearing protection. It sounds like a standard .22 LR on the 16" barrel, and just a little louder on the 11.5".
     
  3. bratch

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    That'll probably motivate me for can #2 if its something I can use. Last years special got me #1.:w000t:
     
  4. SDarkRage

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    Hmmm... that will probably motivate me to get the suppressor for my .308 now. Might get the .22 depending on what they offer.

    I can't remember how it worked last year, whether you could get 2 stamps paid for or do they just cover one stamp total?
     
  5. bratch

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    Not sure if you could order multiple cans or not but last year they only paid the tax on the Tundra. I'm assuming this year will be similar with only one can available for the tax credit.
     
  6. AKguy1985

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    when i get mine its going to be a suppressed sig mosquito
     
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    the reviews on the mosquito are not very good
     
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    I'm hoping to suppress a Beretta 92 fs as soon as next year possibly. If I start paperwork and such before December, I believe I can accomplish this goal. So, I would say do the glock, but thats my preference because I want a suppressed pistol so I dont need hearing protection when I'm just hiking in my pasture and see a skunk or opossum or some such critter. Or if there's something in my backyard at night.(Inlaws live across the road, they hate it when I shoot in the middle of the night.)
     
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    I vote with some of the others. Get a .22 Can first. I have the Spectre and love the application range on it. From a .17 to a 5.7. Here is my Spectre mounted on a Walther P22 that I just recently purchased from someone on the site. I also use it on a Sig Mosquito, a GSG 1911, my 10/22 Rugers in .22LR and .17 HMR2 (Mach 2), My AR-15 with the CMMG .22 Conversion and others. The flexibility is just great!


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