30 cal can on a magnum

Iamero

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I’ve been meaning to call huntertown about my can to see if I can run it on my 300 win mag but forgot this past week.

The main reason I ask is because they make a “308” (which I own) and a “300 wm” suppressor.

Would it really overpressure and cause failure in the suppressor, or is there just a different design to the 300 wm suppressor that makes it more effective?

Curious if anyone has asked this of a manufacturer before? I won’t hold you to your answer without calling them, but I’m really curious to know.
 
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It has to do with the construction of the can and it being able to withstand those pressures while firing. I have a Rugged Surge and it’s rated for 300 RUM, but it’s a tank, high is probably how it can handle the pressure.
 

Iamero

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Yea wouldn’t surprise me, there’s a lot of nicer cans on the market. It was $600 so I didn’t break the bank on it and it’s a good rugged can, just wanted to know it’s limits
 

Dirty D

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Our Ultra series can handle your 300 WM and Rum needs without much weight at all.
OP, while the TBAC Ultras have a long history with WM and RUM cases I would NOT assume that another manufacturers can will unless they publish that your can has been tested for your cartridge.
 

Iamero

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Yea that’s kind of where I’m leaning. With them being under, not sure I’ll get my answer now.
 

mijp5

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I think it’s safe to say that if they made a dedicated magnum can, they weren’t 100% about the 308 can handling the charge
 
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