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usmarine2141

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Suppressors
« on: November 29, 2014, 12:46:23 AM »
What in yall's opinion is the best suppressor to buy for a AR-10/AR-15.
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MIO

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Re: Suppressors
« Reply #1 on: December 01, 2014, 07:15:18 AM »
I have very limited experience so I am no guru.
I got to use a gem tech on a 15 and it seemed nice. All I did was shoot it. It attached easily on the flash hider. I didn't have to clean it so can't attest to that.
I hear good things 2nd, 3rd hand about silencer co harvester models on 30cals. We just passed suppresors for hunting on Oklahoma on private land last year so it's still kind of new. Being inexperienced most didn't know about change in zero, velocity loss etc.
Hopefully some others will chime in with experience because this is an area I can see me getting into soon.
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whirlwind17

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Re: Suppressors
« Reply #2 on: December 09, 2014, 06:52:36 AM »
I may suggest the suppressed armament system (SAS) muscle brake, that if you agree with me.
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savagefp10

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Re: Suppressors
« Reply #3 on: January 10, 2015, 08:27:05 AM »
I just got my .30 cal. suppressor this past week (only waited 5 months EVEN with an NFA Gun Trust). I bought an AAC SD 762 ( not the SDN 762, it's a bit shorter and lighter ). It is considered a "multi-cal." suppressor. It mounts using a ratchet system so each rifle will need to have an "AAC Brakeout" muzzle brake installed ( about 100.00 each) with the 51t ratchet mount. You can look the suppressor up at the "Silencer Shop" and get the specs. on it. AND if you buy it from the Silencer Shop they are really great about walking you through the purchase and even getting an NFA Gun Trust set up ( there are several advantages to a gun trust ). The advantages to using a .30 cal. suppressor are numerous even if it's not quite as quiet as using a "caliber specific" suppressor. I have a .308 Win. bolt 10-FP Choate rifle,an AK-47 pistol and two AR Platform rifles with the AAC brakeouts installed so the one suppressor covers almost all of my rifles(and the one "pistol". Google the suppressor and read the reviews, that's what I did and from what I found out the AAC SD 762 was the suppressor of choice.
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