Delta P Brevis

Rustybroadhead

Anschutz North America
May 15, 2012
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I came across these on Kelblys website and was curious if anyone knew much about them? I like the short length and the fact that it is nearly all once piece but they are pricey... Anybody have one, I would love to hear about personal experience

thanks!
 
Oct 15, 2008
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They used to be made of steel and have a reasonable price. My buddy has one of the older steel ones and it is awesome. If cost did not matter, I would buy one in a a second. If price does matter, look at liberty Chaotic TI, 6" long 2" diameter 16oz. or a Thunderbeast ultra 7
 

Rustybroadhead

Anschutz North America
May 15, 2012
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#4
Thanks for the info guys! That Specter looks great!

I was really just curious more than anything as I have not heard them talked about at all. I assume their sound suppression and accuracy is pretty much on par with everyone else?

Seems like this would make a great can for a hunting rifle... super compact
 
Feb 16, 2017
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Just like all the other newer and innovative cans, we need to see metering data at the shooter's right ear on ARs and 1m left of the muzzle on a bolt gun on a proper meter, and preferably against a few known cans (like the Omega, TBAC, Q, etc.). Otherwise it is just a bunch of marketing and buzz words for more $$$. This goes for Brevis and the TDS.
 

Jonaaron

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Mar 6, 2018
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#10
We regularly get them above 800C during testing. The process that is used is selective laser melting which creates a fully dense part. Following the standard AMS heat treatment cycle the printed 718 has the same properties as traditional 718 wrought product. Do your own research and ask questions.
 
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