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

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  1. Janno05

    Janno05 Member

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    I’d recommend a rugged surge, and it would work for a crossover can. I went with a razor and use it on my bolt guns with no degradation in accuracy. It’s rated for 300 RUM.
     
  2. Konrad.INc

    Konrad.INc Well-Known Member

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    I really like my TBAC Ultra 7, works great on pretty much everything. I have about 3000 rounds on mine between 7 RM, 7 SAUM and 284 Shehane. I went with the 7 instead of a 9 because its a better compromise for a hunting rifle. Keep in mind your adding alot of length to a rifle when you put a can on it. I'm currently building a 20" 284 Shehane so that its not so long when I hunt with the Ultra 7 on it.
     
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  3. Edward Pagliassotti

    Edward Pagliassotti Member

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    Sorry you have so many decisions to worry about. Move to California and your worries (and decisions) will go to zero! Sigh...why do I spend my time reading threads about suppressors.
    Sob.
     
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  4. MudRunner2005

    MudRunner2005 Well-Known Member

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    The Vox is made of marraiging alloy... It’s literally the strongest suppressor ever made.

    It’s stronger than stainless, and light as titanium
     
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  5. Braunschweiger

    Braunschweiger Well-Known Member

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    Dude! You are right! I forgot about that major point. With that being said, for "suppressing" the report of given calibers I'm sure it's a top notch can.
     
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  6. TBuckus

    TBuckus Well-Known Member

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    Curious to know why you say that?
     
  7. WeiserBucks

    WeiserBucks Well-Known Member

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    To properly answer that question would require an incredibly long post . Simply call any suppressor mfg and ask them if they recommend using a Ti precision suppressor for rapid fire mag dumps .
     
  8. MudRunner2005

    MudRunner2005 Well-Known Member

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    I'd love to get one, just don't have the funds right now. Soon as I get my work bonus, I plan on getting a direct-thread version on the way and getting the paperwork going, and have my local Class 3 (which is 4.5 miles from my house) order it, so I can shoot it while waiting on my stamp, and have them stock a pack of new wipes for it to keep it quiet. The DT version is as cheap as a Dead Air Sandman Ti. I wish Silencer Shop sold them. Buying cans from them seems SUPER easy. ;)

    Direct Thread version, with a wipe installed, the EA Vox S suppressor only weighs 12.6 oz. and is 5.9" L. x 1.5" D. It's rated for full-auto fire, up to .300 RUM, and has NO barrel length restrictions. Like I said, strongest suppressor on the market...And ridiculously lightweight.

    At 1,000º F (glowing red), the maraging allow of the Vox suppressor is still stronger than 17-4 Stainless at room temp. :cool:

    The videos I've seen, it's literally "Hollywood quiet" on certain guns, especially subsonic .300 BLK in a bolt-action.

     
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  9. Iceman83

    Iceman83 Well-Known Member

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    Well , I had myself convinced that I wanted an Silencerco Omga .30 .... i went down to the local dealer and ended up purchasing a Silencerco "Hybrid".
    Pros - able to shoot up to 458 and 338 Lapua
    Changeable end caps for better DB
    Can shoot almost anything in it.
    Can also add an Anchor Brake
    Got it for $150 less

    Cons... 3/4 of and inch longer
    Slightly heavier
    Less db but minamal with caliber correct end caps (as I am told)

    We shall see.
     
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  10. FEENIX

    FEENIX Well-Known Member LRH Team Member

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    Because it is part of the OEM's design ...

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    I considered the Harvester 300 long and hard but went with Montana made Eliteiron Bravo (https://www.eliteiron.com/product/bravo-30-cal-suppressor/).
     
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  11. clownbuster

    clownbuster Well-Known Member

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    TBAC Ultra 7 or 9 for precision work, Omega 300 for the AR stuff.
     
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  12. WeiserBucks

    WeiserBucks Well-Known Member

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    This guy gets it !
     
  13. TBuckus

    TBuckus Well-Known Member

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    Now I understand.
    You are talking about dumping mags, not use in a 556.
     
  14. Greg Page

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    I run a Silencer Co Harvester 300 as well, with thread adapters for 7mag, 6.5 Creed, 257 Weatherby, 6.5 grendel and "pistols" in 300BO and .223. About half of my rifles shoot tighter groups with a can in place. The SiCo Omega and Saker are rated for full auto, but I don't have any full autos, so I opted for the lighter weight and lower cost ($579 at silencer shop) of the Harvester.