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    Default Bite the bullet: 3 suppressors

    I am headed to Springs next month, and I am tired of procrastinating. I'd like to spend around $1500 on 3 suppressors, then an additional $600 for stamps. I would prefer to buy all at one shop.
    I need a .30 cal for hunting/shooting .308, a .223 for ARs, and a .22lr, no need for .22mag or .17.
    I have been looking at the Odin line with quick detach for all three calobers. I also found the Gemtech tracker that works for both .30 and .223.
    I have just been looking at sdsguns online stuff as I have shopped there in the past, but am willing to go to other shops. I have a hard copy of my trust.

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    Make sure the adapters/muzzle devices are readily available for whatever you choose. I have a Gemtech and an AAC and both are quite difficult to find stuff for, or at least more so than other brands.

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    Default Bite the bullet: 3 suppressors

    I would recommend something like the silerncerco omega. You can use it on the ARs and it?s light enough to hunt with and handles up to 300 win mag. With the threaded mount - you can get quite a lot of different mounts for it. Other companies also use their threads so there are other options and mounts.

    You would still need the dedicated 22 can, but I would see little reason for a 223 can, just use a 30 cal as it?s more versatile.

    Maybe wait for possible sales next month? A lot of companies do the buy one can and get a 22 free, money for accessories, etc.


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    I think Silencer Central has a "coupon" for "Free tax stamp" until 10/31 but you have to call them.
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    While I appreciate the money savings from buying online, I would like to be walked through the process the first time. I have read on the fingerprint cards to mark amputated on my finger, but I would hate to screw it up and find out 5 months down the road.
    I am going to go by DCF guns as well, they seem to have a better selection of suppressors. I am not to concerned in saving a lot of money this time, as I want to see how it is done.
    After researching the QD, I am seeing how much of a pain it can be to find extra muzzle devices can be. I am not opposed to one large suppressor and a rimfire, I just assumed it would be better to have one for each caliber.

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    Quote Originally Posted by whitewalrus View Post
    I would recommend something like the silerncerco omega. You can use it on the ARs and it?s light enough to hunt with and handles up to 300 win mag. With the threaded mount - you can get quite a lot of different mounts for it. Other companies also use their threads so there are other options and mounts.

    You would still need the dedicated 22 can, but I would see little reason for a 223 can, just use a 30 cal as it?s more versatile.

    Maybe wait for possible sales next month? A lot of companies do the buy one can and get a 22 free, money for accessories, etc.


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    I really like the Omega 300. I can quickly move it from .223 to 300 BLK, and 7mm-08.

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    Deadair sandman, its a 30 cal can and rated for FA and all the way up to 300 win mag. But you put the 5.56 flash hider endcap on it and it works great for 5.56, I have shot it side by side with my other cans and with that end cap it performs just as well as an rc2 for flash mitigation and almost as good for sound suppression I have 2 of them and love them. Its a solid duty rated hard use can, and you get one of them and it covers alot across the board. Plus the keymo mounting system is very good IMO. Haven't had a single problem with it. Then youll have money left over for your 22 can and muzzle devices.

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    I run a SilencerCo Omega on my 300WM elk gun and the brake on the end is fairly efficient at taming it down. It also runs on my 6.5CM when I shoot some comps and I am happy with how it performs.

    I have several .22 cans and like the EA NYX Mod2 over my SilencerCo Sparrow. The NYX is smaller diameter then the Sparrow. I would recommend on the .22 can, a titanium or stainless steel for ease of cleaning and longevity since it is a "lifetime" investment.
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    YHM will be in your budget. Like others have said, you can use a 30cal for .223 and it’s more ‘effective.’ I’m a fan of the omega and it’s pretty much dedicated to my SBR.

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    Quote Originally Posted by encorehunter View Post
    While I appreciate the money savings from buying online, I would like to be walked through the process the first time. I have read on the fingerprint cards to mark amputated on my finger, but I would hate to screw it up and find out 5 months down the road.
    I am going to go by DCF guns as well, they seem to have a better selection of suppressors. I am not to concerned in saving a lot of money this time, as I want to see how it is done.
    After researching the QD, I am seeing how much of a pain it can be to find extra muzzle devices can be. I am not opposed to one large suppressor and a rimfire, I just assumed it would be better to have one for each caliber.
    I was more talking about what the manufacturers offer. They often do rebate type of incentives to buy their products and stay within the brand. So you can buy wherever and get the rebate from the manufacturer. Sometimes they only do things like a free pouch, sometimes you can get a 22 can with purchase of one of their more expensive models.


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