Gunwerks suppressor

Yotebuster

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Was wondering if anybody is running the 6 or 8 inch suppressor that Gunwerks is building now. Like what I see they claim very minimal if any point of impact change with or without the suppressor just curious if anybody has some first-hand experience
 

Muley Madness

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They are a little heavy but they are a good can. Good noise reduction and minimal POI change. Have one on a 300 win and have tried it on a 6.5saum. I do like my Silencerco Harvester better. Lighter and about the same suppression.
 

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Thanks for the info not sure what direction I’m going to go but have you shot the two side-by-side noticed any accuracy difference they say the gunwerks model is more designed for modern day magnum calibers like to have one for 300 ultra mag and below
 

Muley Madness

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I ran it on a carbon barreled 300 win and a 6.5 SAUM and neither one liked the Gunwerks can, they both liked the Harvester. Gunwerks took both rifles to 3" groups at 100, and the Harvester shoots them at under .5moa. That being said, I did load development for both using the Harvester, and the Gunwerks can printed about 1" low but a big group. I have not shot the Gunwerks can on a steel barrel yet, but I will try this weekend. Gunwerks does make a nice can and I know people that love them, but they are all shooting steel barrels. I don't know if being heavier has an effect on the carbon barrels, but mine don't like it.
 

waspocrew

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I’ll have to report back in 10-12 months- waiting on my 8ight at the moment. My brother works for Gunwerks and was really impressed with their suppressors. Can’t wait to try it out for myself.
 

Muley Madness

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Thanks for the info not sure what direction I’m going to go but have you shot the two side-by-side noticed any accuracy difference they say the gunwerks model is more designed for modern day magnum calibers like to have one for 300 ultra mag and below
So I put the Gunwerks can on a factory Christensen Arms Ridgeline 6.5 PRC and with factory Hornady 143 ELD-X ammo and handloads, it is a one hole shooter. I am impressed.
Wyatt
 

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