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    Suppressors

    Ill hit range and we shall see dB difference using 7.62sdn6 and 556sd both aac cans Ill use a 16 ar for both cans same rounds

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    I absolutely love my SureFire SOCOM 300 SPS. A downside is the SureFire brake/hider mounting. But, they do look better than some on the market. At home on my
    .300BLK 10.5" SBR

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    Absolutely there is, it's called a varminter 4.0 in .30 cal by DAKOTA. Works great on .30 and even better on .223.

    Nul Bastardo Carborundum. 48th Assault Helicopter Company (Dong Ha) UH-1C gunships, I corps Vietnam (JOKERS)

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    So, I understand having to go through the whole tax stamp process that takes forever to purchase (legally) a supressor. Do you have to pony up the cash everytime for a new stamp when you buy subsequent suppressors? I don't have one yet, and whether or not I'm going to have to cough up $200 on top of the price of a suppressor everytime will be a deciding factor in which one I buy.


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    In short yes.

    You are purchasing a stamp that only applies to that specific NFA item. A new item requires a new stamp.

    It sucks, but I can legitimately say one of my hobbies is stamp collecting.

    My therapist seems to like that answer. ;-)


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    Quote Originally Posted by Havok View Post
    silencerco and probably other manufacturers as well would disagree. .308 suppressors are much larger than .223 suppressors.
    Here ya go!!!!!!!!!
    SPECIFICATIONS Modular in 30 Cal (Varminter 4.0)

    • .308 multi-caliber magnum plus rated silencer. .300 Weatherby, .300 Win Mag, .308/7.62 NATO, all the way down to .223/5.56 or even .22 rimfire.
    • Length: 7 (short) to 9
    • Diameter: 1.5
    • Weight: 10 oz (short) to 13.5 oz
    • Thread: 5/8x24 TPI
    • Construction: 100% titanium. Magnum plus rated.






    Best magnum plus rated multi-caliber silencer. Best in class rifle sound reduction for .223/5.56, .22-250, .243, 6.5, .270, .308, .300 Win mag, .300 Weatherby and any other .30 caliber or smaller round operating at or below .300 Weatherby pressures.


    Nul Bastardo Carborundum. 48th Assault Helicopter Company (Dong Ha) UH-1C gunships, I corps Vietnam (JOKERS)

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