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!
 

264win

Sergeant
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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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
 

Potss

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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.
 

mijp5

Gunny Sergeant
May 7, 2009
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Yes it is. All TDS cans are printed in 718 inconel. They are not typical baffle stacks.
What kind of heat can that goo withstand? My knowledge of 3D printing metal is very limited, but from what I understand, it is some kind of resin with powdered metal inside?
 

Jonaaron

New Hide Member
Mar 6, 2018
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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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