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    DeadAir is supposed to be releasing a slightly longer and quieter version of the Nomad later this year
    They posted preliminary db numbers and some comparisons part way down on page 1

    https://www.ar15.com/forums/Armory/D...max/20-500474/

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    Just some general information to add:

    Bear in mind, that while I like both of my TBAC suppressors, Thunder Beast took over 3 months to ship my suppressors. I specifically asked before I ordered and was told 3 to 5 weeks max. They are good suppressors but I didn't appreciate that. I might order from them again some day, but my last 4 suppressors were from other manufacturers.

    Single Shot Silencer Shop trusts are currently still taking 9+ months to clear, measured from the time your check is cashed to when the form is marked approved. Silencer Shop one-owner submissions, submitted through the Kiosk, are coming back at 70 to 90 days currently. That's a HUGE difference.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChickNorris View Post
    Maybe not hard. . .
    So much awesome.
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    Great information guys. I really appreciate it.

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    TBAC is the best for precision rifle cans. I have an Ultra 5 and a 9. For a hunting rifle, I’d definitely choose the 5”. It’s does a surprisingly good job. As a plus, now you have a can you can run on all your other rifles. I shot my Ultra 5” on my 11” barreled SBR over the weekend. I’d want earpro for practice and prolonged strings of fire, but for a shot or three without, its fine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tim K View Post
    TBAC is the best for precision rifle cans. I have an Ultra 5 and a 9. For a hunting rifle, I’d definitely choose the 5”. It’s does a surprisingly good job. As a plus, now you have a can you can run on all your other rifles. I shot my Ultra 5” on my 11” barreled SBR over the weekend. I’d want earpro for practice and prolonged strings of fire, but for a shot or three without, its fine.
    It’s nice to hear from someone with a 5” TBAC. I went to the other extreme with the 9”, and it does make the rifle a little long when hiking.
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    I have a Thunderbeast Ultra 5 on my 300 H&H big game rifle. One or two shots without ear pro isnt the end of the world. It isnt Ultra 9 quiet thats for sure, but it is right at home on a 24 inch hunting rifle. It isnt long, but it is lightweight so it doesent throw off the balance of the rifle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Dutch View Post
    Just some general information to add:

    Bear in mind, that while I like both of my TBAC suppressors, Thunder Beast took over 3 months to ship my suppressors. I specifically asked before I ordered and was told 3 to 5 weeks max. They are good suppressors but I didn't appreciate that. I might order from them again some day, but my last 4 suppressors were from other manufacturers.

    Single Shot Silencer Shop trusts are currently still taking 9+ months to clear, measured from the time your check is cashed to when the form is marked approved. Silencer Shop one-owner submissions, submitted through the Kiosk, are coming back at 70 to 90 days currently. That's a HUGE difference.
    Whelp, just read reports that there's a few paper form 4 submissions, single owner and didn't use Silencer Shop Kiosk, that have come back around the 90 day mark too. Good to know it's not solely SS Kiosk related.
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    I've heard good things about the AAC Jaeger.

    The best part is the price...MSRP of $449.99. Almost a 1/3 the price of TBAC.

    I'm not knocking TBAC...there's a lot of R&D in their stuff and it's certainly worth the price. It's absolutely is THE best can for precision shooters.

    But for a rifle that you're only going to shoot maybe 2 times a year, a cheaper suppressor might be the ticket.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Dutch View Post
    Whelp, just read reports that there's a few paper form 4 submissions, single owner and didn't use Silencer Shop Kiosk, that have come back around the 90 day mark too. Good to know it's not solely SS Kiosk related.
    Yes, I had 2 customer's cans come back just under 90 days. Totally random as I've got other customers that submitted at the same time still waiting. None were trusts...

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