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Re: Suppressors - Silencers - Silencer Shop
« Reply #15 on: January 11, 2021, 10:14:57 AM »
Harvester 300 imo.

Have you found the length to be cumbersome at all?

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« Reply #16 on: January 11, 2021, 10:21:21 AM »
Nope.  Have shot at the range and carried a few hunts...no kills yet. I suggested it because i feel its an easier to afford can, handles multiple cal8bers, and fits a wide range of use. I'm 100% happy with mine.

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« Reply #17 on: January 11, 2021, 12:03:36 PM »
This won't be a full time carry in the field can for me, more like a farm shoot where it'll be nice to have the noise toned down for the distant neighbors. I may like it so much that it stays on full time though.

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Re: Suppressors - Silencers - Silencer Shop
« Reply #18 on: January 11, 2021, 12:16:03 PM »
If you have been considering turning your BANG into a pew, give me a shout and letís get you into some suppressors. If youíre a modern firearm hunter and want to preserve your hearing, you can legally hunt with a suppressor in Washington. Are you introducing the children in your life to shooting? Suppressed subsonic .22LR isnít much more than a chirp of gas.



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Dredi, could you explain the Trust process and benefits? My can was processed as an individual applicant, but if I get another, I would like to know the process of a trust. With my current can, what happens if I die suddenly? What happens to it? Should I assign it to someone in a will?
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Re: Suppressors - Silencers - Silencer Shop
« Reply #19 on: January 12, 2021, 12:17:12 AM »
I have a Ruger American Predator with a threaded barrel. Any ideas what a good suppressor would be for this rifle? It's  a .243 BTW. Deer and predator rifle and would be nice to have a can on this one.


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Re: Suppressors - Silencers - Silencer Shop
« Reply #20 on: January 12, 2021, 12:36:27 AM »
If you have been considering turning your BANG into a pew, give me a shout and letís get you into some suppressors. If youíre a modern firearm hunter and want to preserve your hearing, you can legally hunt with a suppressor in Washington. Are you introducing the children in your life to shooting? Suppressed subsonic .22LR isnít much more than a chirp of gas.



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Dredi, could you explain the Trust process and benefits? My can was processed as an individual applicant, but if I get another, I would like to know the process of a trust. With my current can, what happens if I die suddenly? What happens to it? Should I assign it to someone in a will?
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In a nutshell, a trust can be formed with a few different trust products that will have varying flexibility. Most people form a trust so that their assets can be possessed by other individuals without their presence or in case of death by the owner.


Iím not a lawyer and this is not legal advice. Assets in a Will are subject to probate, and as a forward thinking person, you donít want your heirs dealing with probate, lawyerís fee, and taxes.  It is possible to transfer ownership of your NFA item to someone at your time of death without the beneficiary having to pay the tax and without it being in a trust. Chapter 9.5.3 of the NFA Handbook talks about this. https://www.atf.gov/firearms/docs/undefined/atf-national-firearms-act-handbook-chapter-9/download

The Silencer Shop trust products are self service and you can set them up fairly easily online but, thereís also https://nwgunlawgroup.com/ if you want an attorney to talk with.


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Re: Suppressors - Silencers - Silencer Shop
« Reply #21 on: January 12, 2021, 03:55:18 AM »
Not sure if others experience this but for me there is a POI change when moving between no supressor /supressor.  So if i were to remove or add it mid-hunt i would need to adjust point of aim.

The change is consisent for me so were i to do this a few clicks on the scope would take care of it.  But it is one more complexity.  I think it is a couple MOA lower if i recall correctly.  For me, i would want to commit to the surpressor for the duration of the hunt.

They are really fun.  I cannot say enough positive comments on the 22lr supressors!  And a suppressed 300 BO makes me giggle after every shot.
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« Reply #22 on: January 12, 2021, 05:44:11 AM »
Nope.  Have shot at the range and carried a few hunts...no kills yet. I suggested it because i feel its an easier to afford can, handles multiple cal8bers, and fits a wide range of use. I'm 100% happy with mine.
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Re: Suppressors - Silencers - Silencer Shop
« Reply #23 on: January 12, 2021, 07:05:12 AM »
I have a Ruger American Predator with a threaded barrel. Any ideas what a good suppressor would be for this rifle? It's  a .243 BTW. Deer and predator rifle and would be nice to have a can on this one.


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I would look at the omega 36m as well. About the same weight but a bit more flexibility on OAL and platforms. Nothing wrong with the Harvester.

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Re: Suppressors - Silencers - Silencer Shop
« Reply #24 on: January 12, 2021, 08:49:17 AM »
Dumb question but are these things like the movies?  Could I hike 12 miles in and just twist the suppressor on after the hike?

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Re: Suppressors - Silencers - Silencer Shop
« Reply #25 on: January 12, 2021, 08:58:27 AM »

The Ruger is the only one that is threaded at this point.



I have a Ruger American Predator with a threaded barrel. Any ideas what a good suppressor would be for this rifle? It's  a .243 BTW. Deer and predator rifle and would be nice to have a can on this one.


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« Reply #26 on: January 12, 2021, 09:05:15 AM »
Dumb question but are these things like the movies?  Could I hike 12 miles in and just twist the suppressor on after the hike?

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« Reply #27 on: January 12, 2021, 12:50:35 PM »
Not sure if others experience this but for me there is a POI change when moving between no supressor /supressor.  So if i were to remove or add it mid-hunt i would need to adjust point of aim.

The change is consisent for me so were i to do this a few clicks on the scope would take care of it.  But it is one more complexity.  I think it is a couple MOA lower if i recall correctly.  For me, i would want to commit to the surpressor for the duration of the hunt.

They are really fun.  I cannot say enough positive comments on the 22lr supressors!  And a suppressed 300 BO makes me giggle after every shot.

Yes, POI change is a common occurrence and as you pointed out, it should be accounted for.


The Ruger is the only one that is threaded at this point.



I have a Ruger American Predator with a threaded barrel. Any ideas what a good suppressor would be for this rifle? It's  a .243 BTW. Deer and predator rifle and would be nice to have a can on this one.


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OK. So I'm thinking you would do well with a .30 cal rated suppressor that would also be useful if you decide to hunt big game modern season with a suppressor with a .30 cal flavor firearm.  Ruger publishes that your threads are 5/8-24 and there are a multitude of options for direct thread mounting such as the Daniel Defense Wave DT, TX Silencer Hunter 308, Gemtech GMT-300BLK, TX Silencer Outrider, Silencerco Harvester 300, the list goes on and on.  They have a different way of accomplishing the same goal, so when making your decision there's other factors to consider such as weight, length, tooling (muzzle devices and required tools for servicing), warranty.

And if you want the possibility of having it for this year's falls seasons, choose one that is in stock and get on it sooner than later.

Dumb question but are these things like the movies?  Could I hike 12 miles in and just twist the suppressor on after the hike?

Yes, you can.

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Re: Suppressors - Silencers - Silencer Shop
« Reply #28 on: January 25, 2021, 12:02:25 PM »
What would it take to get the ball rolling on one of these options? I'm thinking the Harvester for both price and probable usage.


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« Reply #29 on: January 25, 2021, 01:05:28 PM »
What would it take to get the ball rolling on one of these options? I'm thinking the Harvester for both price and probable usage.


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The Harvester 300 and 338 are not instock with SilencerShop right now but, they can be backordered if you'd like to get that part going now. I don't have an expected time of  Instock status.  You can either come in and pay, and I can order it. Or, you can setup a SilencerShop account and order it at www.silencershop.com/blackhammerarms. Either way, the price is the same. When you use my provided link, it helps me out greatly.
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