Suppressor Choice for Large Caliber... 300wm /7mm

jmvincent

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I was just looking at the harvester. Looks like a solid option. Curious as to how much trash blow up it gives shooting prone with "muzzle brake" on the end of the suppressor?
Why would you need a muzzle brake the can reduces felt recoil down to less than a 6.5
 

86alaskan

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The anchor brake that SiCO uses does help, and does reduce recoil moreover than just a suppressor. I use my anchor brake all the time, and it does help. On another note, it doesn't change the overall sound signature of the can, so why wouldn't you want all the recoil suppression possible?
 

TN Art

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I am about to purchase my first suppressor but I am kinda sideways with so many options. At pretty much 1k it's a major purchase in my book.
It will be used for range time between the 2 calibers and may twist in on a 5.56 for fun from time to time.
What's your guys thoughts on brand and model.
The more I think about it , I may order 2 at the time and get both for the same wait period. One for a 556/300blk and the other for the 300wm/7mm
I have a TBAC Ultra 9 that goes on 300WM/7MM/308 and 300BLK 8"SBR. The ULTRA nine back-pressure makes the SBR cycle perfectly. It won't run without it.
I buy additional threaded breaks for each rifle. With 200 grain ammo the 300 BLK sounds like airsoft....
 

geocodyrgia

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When I had the same question, I did a form-1 and built my own to my specs. Maybe not QUITE as quiet as a TBAC, but firing them side-by-side I can't tell a difference. Mine's 9", .30 cal and I use it on my 300BLK AR and my 6 Creed RPR. I use a Griffin Armaments taper mount. Check out the form-1 suppressor boards and build it (or have it built, minus the cores) to your specs. With a drill press you can make the cones to your liking. If you don't want the mess I'd readily suggest the TBAC. Have a buddy with one and it's impressive.
 

Thomas Culver

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I have an sdn6 for my 223/300blk/6.8 guns and a Silencerco Saker for my precision guns with the Area 419 Hellfire setup. I run it on 30-06, 300RUM, 270 WSM, 6.5 Creedmoor, and .308 with excellent accuracy. I've shot the creedmoor out to 1000 with it with better accuracy than just a brake.
 

Ronald W Schaefer

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I have a Thunderbeast 338 BA. I then use 5/8 X 24 adaptors from them ($135.00 ea) and leave the adapters attached to each of the rifles I want to use it on. The adapters act a muzzle brakes and interface between the barrel and suppressors. I can swap the can between rifles...one can for use on .223, .257 WM, .260, 7mm-08, 7 Rem Mag. .300 AAC/BLK, 30-06, .300 WM.
 

Braunschweiger

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I am about to purchase my first suppressor but I am kinda sideways with so many options. At pretty much 1k it's a major purchase in my book.
It will be used for range time between the 2 calibers and may twist in on a 5.56 for fun from time to time.
What's your guys thoughts on brand and model.
The more I think about it , I may order 2 at the time and get both for the same wait period. One for a 556/300blk and the other for the 300wm/7mm
I own several cans and i can tell you... TBAC Ultra 7 is what i'd run. Incredible.
 
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