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  1. #1
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    Default Supressor for 10.5" 300BLK SBR/Pistol & 5.56 16" recomendations.

    I'm building a 300BLK pistol and and depending on how I like it I may get a suppressor and eventually buy/build a more upper end custom 300BLK SBR.

    The suppressor will be primarily for the 10.5" 300BLK SBR. But I would like something I can use on 16" 5.56 so long as its not taking away much from its ability to be effective on the 10.5" 300BLK.

    Here are my requirements but they could be flexible.
    • Max length 6-7".
    • End user serviceable.
    • Ability to connect to a flash hider on both rifles.
    • Light (if possible).
    • Price around $1500 or less (if possible).
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    Default Re: Supressor for 10.5" 300BLK SBR/Pistol & 5.56 16" recomendations.

    Give Cory at CDS Arms a poke. He can show you some cans and point you in the right direction. https://www.cdsarms.com/

    Personally, I don't really give a hoot about end user service and I don't know many can owners who do, or have even had to clean a center fire rifle can. It takes a lot of rounds to see an increase in weight due to carbon build up/fowling, and then they just clean them with an ultra sonic cleaner or the chemical dip trick. Just my 2 cents on that point on your list.

    Other than that, minimizing weight/length and being able to QD attach to multiple rifles is good stuff. I wish I had gone with a 762SDN6 instead of the 762SD to save some weight/length. Otherwise I have no complaints with my AAC cans.
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    Default Re: Supressor for 10.5" 300BLK SBR/Pistol & 5.56 16" recomendations.

    The end user serviceable is gonna be a sticking point. Most centerfire fans donít require it so they donít make them that way. Youíre gonna be looking at a pistol can that does 300
    Blk if thatís what you want

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    Default Re: Supressor for 10.5" 300BLK SBR/Pistol & 5.56 16" recomendations.

    Don't worry about cleaning it like you have to do with a pistol suppressor. Shoot a hundred supersonics out of it and it's clean.
    If you want to shoot supersonics through the can get a rifle can, not a pistol can.

    I like my Dead Air Sansdman L a lot but it's kind of big. I was looking at buying the S to go with it, to save weight on my SBR but then I started thinking about the VOX you can use the same Dead Air mounts. The reason I went with Dead Air was the mounting system...
    https://energeticarms.com/vox-centerfire-silencer/ It's amazingly quiet with 300 blackout.

    Last edited by :-); October 8th, 2019 at 07:43 PM.

  5. #5
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    Default Re: Supressor for 10.5" 300BLK SBR/Pistol & 5.56 16" recomendations.

    Very happy with my Sandman S. You can change out the end cap on the Sandman models for a specific one for sized for 556 or 308 which helps with noise reduction. They also use their keymount muzzle device so you can attach to any host you want.

    https://deadairsilencers.com/products/sandman-s/
    Last edited by Palerider; October 9th, 2019 at 06:43 AM.

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