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Old 11-06-2018, 10:36 PM   #1
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I'm in the market for a hunting suppressor to use on my Remmy 300blk, and a 6.8SPC in a AR platform. I don't want to spend more than 7 bills on the can. What would you gents suggest and I'd like to hear from those that shoot these guns with a can. I'll be hunting with the platforms mentioned above at a distance of no more than 100yds using handloaded sub ammo in South/Central Texas.
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700$ including stamp?
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Old 11-06-2018, 10:40 PM   #3
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Sorry for not being clear, but just the can. Tax is a none issue.
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Torrent's stainless 7.62 can will put you somewhere just over that with stamp. .Very effective can but heavy.

You can get a silencerco omega for just a little over that without stamp. That would be the route to go imo.
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Old 11-07-2018, 08:57 AM   #5
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Get an SAS arbiter titanium or thunderbeast titanium can
Buy once cry once. Iím not going cheaper on something Iím gonna wait a year on and keep it until I die. Your kids will thank you when your gone


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Look at Griffin I have run several of their cans and like them. The AAC cyclone is another good one. The LaRue Tranquillo is a great option as well. I just picked up one of the LaRues and am super satisfied with it.
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Another $200 opens you up to about all the different suppressors out there. Might as well pick the one that best fits your needs.
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How much do the silencers cut down on the noise? I shoot a 270 and my kids shoot a 243. I'm kinda interested in getting one for at least one of our guns.
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Old 11-07-2018, 09:22 AM   #10
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If you are willing to go a couple hundred more dollars, check out the griffin armament Recce 7, I’ve got one and it’s hands down amazing. Amazing sound decibel reduction. I run supers 300 black out in my AR and no ear ringing. And shoot .308 AR10 platform with no ringing of the ears either.
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How much do the silencers cut down on the noise? I shoot a 270 and my kids shoot a 243. I'm kinda interested in getting one for at least one of our guns.
It cuts out enough to make it hearing safe. You will still hear it, just not the big boom. Also the noise it makes shooting an animal with a suppressed gun is addicting. Shot a spike on Friday with my suppressed 243 and sounds like a sledge hammer hitting concrete.
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Old 11-07-2018, 09:26 AM   #12
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I see that your occupation says 5-0. Silencer co offers SPEQ (special equipment) discounts to first responders. I saved a little more than $100 on my omega. You have to find a dealer that offers the SPEQ program. My dealer near Waco does.


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It cuts out enough to make it hearing safe. You will still hear it, just not the big boom. Also the noise it makes shooting an animal with a suppressed gun is addicting. Shot a spike on Friday with my suppressed 243 and sounds like a sledge hammer hitting concrete.
yep. I also like getting back to camp and saying I shot at a sounder of pigs. Having my dad ask how many times and answering with 4 and him not even knowing
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For hunting with a 300blk I can't say enough good things about the Omega 9k. It is super compact/lightweight, hearing safe with a great tone. And now they make an ASR mount for it. If you want lightweight but bigger and quieter, the Omega 300 is an awesome can too.
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Dead Air sandman from defender outdoors send me your email I'll let you hear it
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I think my YHM Phantom SS was more like $600
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I'm in the market for a hunting suppressor to use on my Remmy 300blk, and a 6.8SPC in a AR platform. I don't want to spend more than 7 bills on the can. What would you gents suggest and I'd like to hear from those that shoot these guns with a can. I'll be hunting with the platforms mentioned above at a distance of no more than 100yds using handloaded sub ammo in South/Central Texas.
I would take a hard look at the Dead Air Nomad. It's very versatile and represents the cutting edge of innovation from a great and humble company.
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Old 11-07-2018, 01:01 PM   #18
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Dead Air sandman from defender outdoors send me your email I'll let you hear it
Had to read you post again cuz I thought you wrote, "send me your address and I'll ship it to you so you can hear it" lol.

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Old 11-07-2018, 01:57 PM   #19
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For your stated purposes an AAC 7.62 SDN-6 can be bought for the mid $500 range and will do everything you need it to.

It ainít the newest fanciest can out there but itís a workhorse that will serve you well and save you some $$.


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Old 11-07-2018, 02:10 PM   #20
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I run a SilencerCo Hybrid on my 300 10.5" and 6.8 16" I shoot those guns the most and I love it. Plus you can buy a new threaded cap and run it on a 1/2x28. It comes with 5/8x24 and a .46 end cap. I bought a 7.62 end cap but I did not notice much difference between the 46 and the 7.62 on my 6.8spc. I did notice a small difference on my 300 pistol. Have not shot any 6.8 subs though it but 308 subs with that can sound like a BB gun.
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For your stated purposes an AAC 7.62 SDN-6 can be bought for the mid $500 range and will do everything you need it to.

It ainít the newest fanciest can out there but itís a workhorse that will serve you well and save you some $$.


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This. Itís built like a tank and very durable. Sounds pretty decent too.


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Thanks for everyone's input on this matter. I think I've narrowed it down to the SilencerCo Harvester and the Omega. With the LE program I can get either one at a great price point. Thanks again gents
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Thanks for everyone's input on this matter. I think I've narrowed it down to the SilencerCo Harvester and the Omega. With the LE program I can get either one at a great price point. Thanks again gents


Great choice.....and it wonít be your last. Lol


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look up American resistance. they build a can that runs 500bucks
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I'd encourage you to hold off a couple of weeks. I bought another YHM on Black Friday last year and Silencer Shop paid for the NFA Stamp. I saw an email from them the other day saying more Black Friday deals were coming.

In the world of waiting for a suppressor to get "out of jail", 2 weeks is nothing.
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I'd encourage you to hold off a couple of weeks. I bought another YHM on Black Friday last year and Silencer Shop paid for the NFA Stamp. I saw an email from them the other day saying more Black Friday deals were coming.

In the world of waiting for a suppressor to get "out of jail", 2 weeks is nothing.
I'm all ears....
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I would take a hard look at the Dead Air Nomad. It's very versatile and represents the cutting edge of innovation from a great and humble company.
Over a Sandman TI? What are your thoughts?
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Thanks for everyone's input on this matter. I think I've narrowed it down to the SilencerCo Harvester and the Omega. With the LE program I can get either one at a great price point. Thanks again gents
Youll love either one!!
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I would probably stay with Silencerco in your price range. Pretty much any of their 30 cals are good. There are cheaper options, but it depends on how much suppression you want, and how much weight is tolerable. There are a ton of decent stainless suppressors out there that will do a good job, but they are heavy, and on the end of a hunting rifle, with a barrel in the 24 to 26" range it will seem even heavier. Titanium helps with that, but it runs the cost up a lot.
As mentioned, I like Silencerco, because I have been running them for years, but there are a lot of good companies: Griffin, Rugged, Q, AAC, Yankee Hill, Gemtech. Pretty much all of them make a good suppressor, and they all pretty much have a lifetime warranty. Thunderbeast makes AWESOME cans, but they are pricier than the others I mentioned here. SO far, TBAC has been the quietest I have used, but unless you are using a DB meter, you most likely won't get a ton of benefit from that.
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Itís mount also sucks for swapping between rifles. Repeatability is a crapshoot at best. I gave my SDN6 away for this reason. The can itself performs well though.
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Thanks for everyone's input on this matter. I think I've narrowed it down to the SilencerCo Harvester and the Omega. With the LE program I can get either one at a great price point. Thanks again gents
Out of the two go Omega. The Harvester is meant for slow fire, and a quick mag dump on a group of hogs can kill it. The Omega isnít much heavier, and is quite a bit more durable. Plus once you get tired of the ASR you can swap to the Keymo.
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Over a Sandman TI? What are your thoughts?
Iíve got a Ti and have shot a couple of Nomads including serial #1. The Nomad is just as quiet, lighter, shorter, and more options for configurability. The only reason Iíd choose a different Dead Air can is if full auto was a concern. The Nomad will hold up to FA use just fine, but the Sandman line is built to really handle the abuse. For reference we mounted a Ti to a 13Ē semi auto 300 WM a couple years ago and tried to kil the can with mag dump after mag dump after mag dump. We killed the rifle instead.
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Iíve got a Ti and have shot a couple of Nomads including serial #1. The Nomad is just as quiet, lighter, shorter, and more options for configurability. The only reason Iíd choose a different Dead Air can is if full auto was a concern. The Nomad will hold up to FA use just fine, but the Sandman line is built to really handle the abuse. For reference we mounted a Ti to a 13Ē semi auto 300 WM a couple years ago and tried to kil the can with mag dump after mag dump after mag dump. We killed the rifle instead.
The few tests and numbers I have seen, the TI looks to be quieter by a few DB.
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I’m no suppressor expert by any means.... but I went with a YHM resonator. It can be had with the tax stamp for a little more than $700 bucks. I’ve had no issues with it and came across an article online where they tested a bunch of suppressors and the resonator ranked up at the top
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I want one.
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Iím no suppressor expert by any means.... but I went with a YHM resonator. It can be had with the tax stamp for a little more than $700 bucks. Iíve had no issues with it and came across an article online where they tested a bunch of suppressors and the resonator ranked up at the top
Too bad the resonator doesnít come in a direct thread.

I just started the process on a nomad myself.
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How much do the silencers cut down on the noise? I shoot a 270 and my kids shoot a 243. I'm kinda interested in getting one for at least one of our guns.
You tell me? No hearing protection at all. Using subs.
This is a Ruger 300 BO being shot by my neighbors nephew with a AAC SD762 can. Click on pic for vid. Yes they make a big difference. You will see. Open a trust for them.
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You tell me? No hearing protection at all. Using subs.
This is a Ruger 300 BO being shot by my neighbors nephew with a AAC SD762 can. Click on pic for vid. Yes they make a big difference. You will see. Open a trust for them.
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The few tests and numbers I have seen, the TI looks to be quieter by a few DB.
Every test that Dead Air has conducted with them has put them within 1 DB of each other. Youíll never notice a decibel. I contract for Dead Air during SHOT the past few years, but had to turn it down this year. Iím also best friends with the national sales manager, and have been good friends with the owners just as long. Iíve shot most every can before they were even remotely teased about being launched as well, with the exception of the Odessa and Nomad. I was running the Ti on my 6.5 SAUM 6-8 months before they were ever launched. Suppression wise theyíre practically identical with a very slightly different tone.
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Itís mount also sucks for swapping between rifles. Repeatability is a crapshoot at best. I gave my SDN6 away for this reason. The can itself performs well though.


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Iíve got more cans than I do rifles which is why I gave the SDN6 away. My brother in law has faired pretty well from things that sit in my safe unused lol
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Do most of the Silencer co. dealers offer the SPEQ discount for LE?
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Every test that Dead Air has conducted with them has put them within 1 DB of each other. Youíll never notice a decibel. I contract for Dead Air during SHOT the past few years, but had to turn it down this year. Iím also best friends with the national sales manager, and have been good friends with the owners just as long. Iíve shot most every can before they were even remotely teased about being launched as well, with the exception of the Odessa and Nomad. I was running the Ti on my 6.5 SAUM 6-8 months before they were ever launched. Suppression wise theyíre practically identical with a very slightly different tone.
You are saying the Nomad and TI are 1 DB apart? Yes 1 DB is nothing if so. 3-4 on the other hand is worth it.

If only 1 DB off, the TI is cheaper
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Do most of the Silencer co. dealers offer the SPEQ discount for LE?
Only certain dealers do. I believe Capital Armory is one of them.
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You are saying the Nomad and TI are 1 DB apart? Yes 1 DB is nothing if so. 3-4 on the other hand is worth it.

If only 1 DB off, the TI is cheaper
In direct thread configuration MAP pricing is the same. Not saying that certain dealers don’t find ways around MAP to sweeten the deal though. The Ti is also heavier, longer, and less versatile. I really do like the Ti, but I prefer a shorter can, especially if that shorter can is lighter. The Ti will be a more robust can though. It’s a full stellite baffle stack identical to the L, but with a titanium tube instead of inconel. Meaning it’ll take the same abuse the Sandman S & L will.
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The Ti will be a more robust can though. Itís a full stellite baffle stack identical to the L, but with a titanium tube instead of inconel. Meaning itíll take the same abuse the Sandman S & L will.
But one would be foolish to run full auto through a DT can. That's asking for a baffle strike.
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In direct thread configuration MAP pricing is the same. Not saying that certain dealers donít find ways around MAP to sweeten the deal though. The Ti is also heavier, longer, and less versatile. I really do like the Ti, but I prefer a shorter can, especially if that shorter can is lighter. The Ti will be a more robust can though. Itís a full stellite baffle stack identical to the L, but with a titanium tube instead of inconel. Meaning itíll take the same abuse the Sandman S & L will.
Ok. Thank you for the knowledge.

I was told the TI and L are quieter then the Omega. And that the Nomad is not as quiet as the Omega. So there lies my confusion.

I love my Omega, but was looking for something a few DB quieter for my next can.
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