I'm preparing to purchase my first suppressor. Potentially purchasing one now or at least identifying one so I can place an order in a hurry depending on how the hearing protection act progresses. I've shot them before but never paid much attention to the details. I'm not worried about having the quietest suppressor. I typically shoot groups on paper to 400 yards and steel to 700 yards. I have some fairly accurate rifles and would want a suppressor that compliments them well. My plan is to get a 30 caliber can and use it on .308, 6.5 and 5.56 both bolt and semi-autos.
My question is what brands and models should I look at?
Additionally are brake based cans accurate?
I have a thunderbeast 30P-1. If I were buying one now it would be a thunderbeast ultra 9.
The Ultra 7 & 9 are on the list. Would you get direct thread or CB and why?
I'm pretty happy with my silencerco omega.
Which attachment style do you have and can you provide any feedback about it?
It depends. Mine is direct thread. If you want to use it on rifles with different thread pitches then a brake is a must. My 338 ultra that I am waiting on is a brake attach so that it will work on 5/8-24, 3/4-20 or whatever. Just have to buy a $120 brake for each rifle.
Brake attach ultra 7. Just great cans.
We have them in stock. :)
I use the ASR mounts. I have the flash hider on my 10.5" AR. Muzzlebrake on my 22-250, and I'm putting a muzzlebrake on my DTA.
I have a SpecWar 556, sold a Specwar 762 to my brother since he was on my trust, and have an Omega. I'm about 8 months in on my wait for a silencerco hybrid.
I first started with the 762 Specwar because I wanted to blast with it on my AR, and they are full auto rated.
I've been happy with all of mine so far.
I have also heard great things about the new TBAC cans.