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Discussion in 'Backpack Hunting' started by Nzrob, Feb 3, 2018.
Thunderbeast and dead air.
I'm Running a Yankee Hill titanium currently but am looking to get a Tbac ultra 5 soon.
Having seen the Ultra5 in person, I was not impressed with the suppression. I wouldn't want to shoot one without ear-pro for more than a mag. Def didn't seem hearing safe. I run a SiCO Omega and it's way quieter than the U5.
That's good to know.
FYSA, there's an entire forum dedicated for suppressors >>> https://www.longrangehunting.com/forums/suppressors.136/
I have an Eliteiron Bravo on my .30 LARA and it is rated for .300 RUM and very pleased with it; most of my rifles are threaded for 5/8-24 so I can also use them on .300 RUM and smaller.
Did a Harvester vs Omega shoot out to see which was quieter. The Harvester won. I called Silencerco and asked why? Since they sell the Omega as the lightest, quietest, full auto rated sup on the market. They said I was shooting lighter faster bullets in the Omega. They were right.
TBAC Ultra 9 and 338 Ultra. I have the Ultra 9 on my 6.5 x 284 awesome combo. Works awesome on my 300 RUM as well.
While I had Silencerco on the line I ask if a direct mount was queiter than a ASR mount(their muzzle brake quick attachment). They said the ASR was quieter and a much quicker attachment.
the ASRa dn brake/flash hider causes more turbulence in the beginning, so I would agree with that. Also, it ends up being a little longer, so that's gotta help too. I have tried both and the ASR is quieter and I haven't noticed any real accuracy difference between the two when you tune the load correctly.
TBAC ultra 7, couldn't be any happier with it.
I had my heart set for the Harvester 300 until I saw and fired the Eliteiron.
+1 on the Ultra 7
SiCo Omega, don't hunt without one in MT since it became legal. Also used a SDN6.