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

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  1. 86alaskan

    86alaskan Well-Known Member

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    Well, just because it's a Silencerco and not a TBAC doesn't mean it isn't a precision can. I shot an ELR steel match recently and 2 of us in the squad had SiCO cans. One had a Harvester and I used my direct thread Omega. We had no problems hitting steel out past a mile with our 25-06 rifles. The Omega is a very, very good suppressor that does everything it can very well. I also dump mags through my Omega and then swap it to my PRS gun after it cools, no change in impact, still as good as before.
     
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  2. TBuckus

    TBuckus Well-Known Member

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    I agree.
    There are a lot of good cans out there. I feel that one of the big decisions is if you want to spend the money to save weight.
    I own a Ultra 7. Why?
    1. I hunt and wanted to save as much weight as possible. (I’m old and my body doesn’t like weight
    2. I’m not rich, but I chose a suppressor that I can use on almost all of my rifles. I felt that the extra money was worth it.
    3. Research showed that it was a high quality suppressor that PRS shooters used so it just be ok.
    The Omega was extremely close. But weight won out. Again, I’m a wimp on weight.
     
  3. 86alaskan

    86alaskan Well-Known Member

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    Totally agree, there are soo many on the market now, and most of them are excellent. For a hunter and casual target shooter, most of those cans work great. It all comes down to preference, weight, cost, color, exterior design..... seems like you can find exactly what you may want, just have to sort through them all. I won't knock Tbac, I've got one one the books right now, just a waiting game.