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  • .308 can rated to 13"

    In the ever evolving silencer game I feel a little out of the loop and silincer shop doesnt list the minumum barrel lengths for alot of cans.
    I currently have a omega but am looking for a secondary can rated down to 13" for my scar 17 cqc. Would prefer lighter and quiter but still needs to be relatively short. My omega would be perfect but its not rated low enough. Any suggestions out there? I know a lot of the obvious ones and the new saker asr catches my eye but if im missing anything new to market would love the imput. Looking at a saker asr and maybe the aac sr 7
    Last edited by Riverlife87; 04-08-2017, 09:55 PM.

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    Since you all ready have an Omega, I would go Saker. Another to take a look at Rugged suppressors...

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    • #3
      Not the lightest but no restrictions on the Sandman's.

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      • #4
        The Griffin Armament Recce 7, Dead Air sandman s and titanium direct thread, Surefire 300SPS, and Sig SRD762. I'm waiting on a Dead Air Sandman for a 12.5" 308. I would double check with Sig about 13" bbl, but the direct thread Sig SRD 762 will be the lightest by about 5 ounces when you subtract the weight of a muzzle device, making it almost as light as your omega, or about 5 ounces lighter if you use the Omega with the ASR system.
        I really wanted to try the Sig, but none were available before the NFA rule changes.

        edit... call silencershop or the manufacturers for barrel length restrictions that aren't posted on their site.

        Scott
        Last edited by A5scott; 04-09-2017, 11:33 AM.

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        • #5
          Right now im looking hard at the saker asr, but that being said this can will pretty much exclusivly be on a single rifle so gun jumping will be minimal.the sig cans look great but have 1st hand expierience with the DB"s the rugged razor looks great also. Anyone used a aac sr7?

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          • #6
            Take a look at SAS cans as well, they are quiet.

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            • #7
              As mentioned, the Dead Air Sandman line, Rugged Surge or the SilencerCo Saker ASR.
              www.HansohnBrothers.com
              540-748-8155

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              • #8
                I run a Surefire SOCOM 762RC on my 13" Scar CQC. Works really really well and I enjoy the Surefire Warcomp. Haven't tried the Sandman or Surge but I'm sure they're also really well done. I'm just too invested in Surefire mounts now.

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                • #9
                  Dead Air Sandman S on my 12.5" Aero M5 SBR.

                  "I don't know what it's called. I just know the sound it makes, when it takes a man's life." ~ Four Leaf Tayback

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                  • #10
                    Any reviews on the sig SRD 762? The can im going for must be 7" or shorter. Need an oal of 20" on the scar cqc,
                    am i missing any other cans? This can wil live on the scar, no intention of jumping rifles.

                    update: I have narrowed it down to
                    sig srd 762QD
                    sand man s

                    any ideas of the best performance on a scar 17 cqc?
                    Last edited by Riverlife87; 11-11-2017, 08:06 PM.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Riverlife87 View Post
                      Any reviews on the sig SRD 762? The can im going for must be 7" or shorter. Need an oal of 20" on the scar cqc,
                      am i missing any other cans? This can wil live on the scar, no intention of jumping rifles.

                      update: I have narrowed it down to
                      sig srd 762QD
                      sand man s

                      any ideas of the best performance on a scar 17 cqc?
                      Then why not use a reflex can? Short in the front, long in the rear. Just know that many reflexes don't suppress any better than a normal muzzle mount but some can reduce length a bit and retain efficiency.

                      I second the Saker, it's made of Stellite --you do know that's the shit they line M2HB barrels with, right? Beats Inconel in toughness. If you fuck one of those up, I bet Sico would want it back just for their museum because I'm not sure it's been done. Sico is HARD to beat on any of their products. They have their shit on tight and went from not being on my radar to being one of my number ones after a couple of purchases.

                      You want light and short and quiet... Not asking for much, are 'ya? Cans are a trade off. If you don't plan on mag dumps or abuse, you could get away with a TBAC, which is phenomenal for all but abuse. SDN6 is a good can, but mounts are shit --an AAC direct thread wouldn't be bad I'd imagine (I have to give credit where due, hate AAC but it's got to do with mounts, their cans are actually well made and work very well). Lots of options, but I'd stick with the "abuse" cans as I call 'em, Sakers and such. I have the KAC QDC and first impressions are awesome but I haven't used it yet so I can't give you any more info other than it's solid, not too long, easy on, easy off, and it's light for a can designed for moderate abuse.

                      QDC was my most expensive can IIRC, more than the indexed .50BMG Elite custom made with an indexed brake. It's damn nice, just wish they'd incorporated circumfential welding but that may not matter.

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                      • #12
                        Crux is another company worth looking at. They have some pretty hardy ratings for their suppressors.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by kthomas View Post
                          Crux is another company worth looking at. They have some pretty hardy ratings for their suppressors.
                          The crux nemises looks perfect for my goal but the numbers and ratings seem to good to be true! Anyone have 1st hand expierience with them?

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Riverlife87 View Post

                            The crux nemises looks perfect for my goal but the numbers and ratings seem to good to be true! Anyone have 1st hand expierience with them?
                            No personal first hand experience yet (I have a Crux Archangel in NFA jail), but a friend has been using a Crux .45 acp pistol can on his .375 cheytac - no issues there at all.

                            They seem pretty tough.

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                            • #15
                              As stated above, SAS cans are good and quiet.

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                              • #16
                                Originally posted by smoooth1 View Post
                                As stated above, SAS cans are good and quiet.
                                Theyndont seem to be full autorated or rated down to a 13" .308

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