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Re: Suppressors - Silencers - Silencer Shop
« Reply #45 on: January 26, 2021, 01:01:23 PM »
I mostly hunt with bolt action rifles, and I don't currently have a gun that is threaded for a muzzle device. So in all honestly I am not looking to purchases a suppressor right this second, but I have been seriously mulling over some potential gun builds that would be optimized for a suppressor, not just something that gets thrown on as an afterthought.

The one I am really cranking on in my head is a SBR with a suppressor for still hunting Roosevelt elk and Blacktails. I generally have enough time to get my ear protection in for the kind of mule deer and bear hunting I do, but still hunting its not often an option.

I know I am a very particular person, especially when it comes to mechanical things like guns.  But I really feel that for high adoption rates in hunting we need some suppressor options that integrate so well to the gun you forget they are even there.

I donít have anything like that on hand. What type of firearms do you hunt with?


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Those are all great points and as time goes on I believe that we'll be seeing more use of suppressors in hunting partially due to firearm manufactures responding to the consumer base requests for factory threaded barrels on bolt actions to be a more common standard. Of course there are other factors that can lead to wider adoption as well.  For anecdotal evidence, I have one customer that hunts with a 10" bolt action .308 and has his loads dialed in with his suppressor to the point that's he taking big game annually with it. So in addition to being a good hunter, he's a good marksman. 400yds is not an issue for him to accurately shoot with that setup.

You may be interested in what AMTAC has to offer https://amtacsuppressors.com/ for over the barrel suppressors.
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Re: Suppressors - Silencers - Silencer Shop
« Reply #46 on: January 26, 2021, 02:30:56 PM »

Those are all great points and as time goes on I believe that we'll be seeing more use of suppressors in hunting partially due to firearm manufactures responding to the consumer base requests for factory threaded barrels on bolt actions to be a more common standard. Of course there are other factors that can lead to wider adoption as well.  For anecdotal evidence, I have one customer that hunts with a 10" bolt action .308 and has his loads dialed in with his suppressor to the point that's he taking big game annually with it. So in addition to being a good hunter, he's a good marksman. 400yds is not an issue for him to accurately shoot with that setup.

You may be interested in what AMTAC has to offer https://amtacsuppressors.com/ for over the barrel suppressors.

Thank you.

A 10" or so barrel with an over barrel suppressor (or similar short suppressor) to hunt big game is exactly what I have been thinking of. Somewhere around 14" total barrel length would be fantastic.

I seriously think a gun like this would have wide appeal.  Not just rain forest people on the west coast, but all those mid west whitetail hunters in tree stands.

Any idea how he loaded to optimize for the short barrel and can?  I am guessing a fast burning power?
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Re: Suppressors - Silencers - Silencer Shop
« Reply #47 on: January 26, 2021, 03:47:14 PM »
I have a 28 Nosler and 6.5 Creed that I would likely use this most for. Is there one for all and all for one? I find it so odd that i have never really given any thought to this until now.. :dunno:
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Re: Suppressors - Silencers - Silencer Shop
« Reply #48 on: January 26, 2021, 04:24:16 PM »
I'm like a broken record.....harvester 300 :tup:

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Re: Suppressors - Silencers - Silencer Shop
« Reply #49 on: January 26, 2021, 04:26:20 PM »
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« Reply #50 on: January 26, 2021, 04:41:40 PM »
Smiles all around.   :tup:
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« Reply #51 on: January 26, 2021, 05:17:22 PM »

Those are all great points and as time goes on I believe that we'll be seeing more use of suppressors in hunting partially due to firearm manufactures responding to the consumer base requests for factory threaded barrels on bolt actions to be a more common standard. Of course there are other factors that can lead to wider adoption as well.  For anecdotal evidence, I have one customer that hunts with a 10" bolt action .308 and has his loads dialed in with his suppressor to the point that's he taking big game annually with it. So in addition to being a good hunter, he's a good marksman. 400yds is not an issue for him to accurately shoot with that setup.

You may be interested in what AMTAC has to offer https://amtacsuppressors.com/ for over the barrel suppressors.

Thank you.

A 10" or so barrel with an over barrel suppressor (or similar short suppressor) to hunt big game is exactly what I have been thinking of. Somewhere around 14" total barrel length would be fantastic.

I seriously think a gun like this would have wide appeal.  Not just rain forest people on the west coast, but all those mid west whitetail hunters in tree stands.

Any idea how he loaded to optimize for the short barrel and can?  I am guessing a fast burning power?

I'll ask him and get back get back with you. I don't remember the specs on the loads.

I have a 28 Nosler and 6.5 Creed that I would likely use this most for. Is there one for all and all for one? I find it so odd that i have never really given any thought to this until now.. :dunno:

One of the Master Hunters that I personally know, that is regularly called on by WDFW to perform depredation hunts uses a .30 cal Gemtech HVT with a Ruger American 6.5 CRM when he takes that rifle on hunts. They don't make the HVT anymore but, Gemtech does offer the Tracker and One, just to name a couple from them. Both will handle 28 Nosler

https://www.gemtech.com/catalog/product/view/id/365/s/tracker/category/9/
https://www.gemtech.com/catalog/product/view/id/388/s/one/category/53/

The Gemtech line has minimum barrel length ratings per caliber and it's one of the reasons I've pushed OSS brand. OSS does not have minimum barrel length requirements.

In short, a good .30 cal suppressor will handle both of those rounds.
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« Reply #52 on: January 26, 2021, 05:59:21 PM »

Those are all great points and as time goes on I believe that we'll be seeing more use of suppressors in hunting partially due to firearm manufactures responding to the consumer base requests for factory threaded barrels on bolt actions to be a more common standard. Of course there are other factors that can lead to wider adoption as well.  For anecdotal evidence, I have one customer that hunts with a 10" bolt action .308 and has his loads dialed in with his suppressor to the point that's he taking big game annually with it. So in addition to being a good hunter, he's a good marksman. 400yds is not an issue for him to accurately shoot with that setup.

You may be interested in what AMTAC has to offer https://amtacsuppressors.com/ for over the barrel suppressors.

Thank you.

A 10" or so barrel with an over barrel suppressor (or similar short suppressor) to hunt big game is exactly what I have been thinking of. Somewhere around 14" total barrel length would be fantastic.

I seriously think a gun like this would have wide appeal.  Not just rain forest people on the west coast, but all those mid west whitetail hunters in tree stands.

Any idea how he loaded to optimize for the short barrel and can?  I am guessing a fast burning power?

I misspoke. It's a 13" barrel.  Here's what he had to say.
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It's a 13" barrel chambered in 308 win. 1/7 twist and I use a sico harvester. Easy first round impacts @587yds (Where the plate is hung)

I typically shoot monos so I'm using the 165gr lazer from CEB and Varget. Lapua brass of course and it's mag fed.

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« Reply #53 on: January 26, 2021, 07:55:17 PM »

I misspoke. It's a 13" barrel.  Here's what he had to say.

It's a 13" barrel chambered in 308 win. 1/7 twist and I use a sico harvester. Easy first round impacts @587yds (Where the plate is hung)

I typically shoot monos so I'm using the 165gr lazer from CEB and Varget. Lapua brass of course and it's mag fed.
 


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« Reply #54 on: January 26, 2021, 09:10:33 PM »
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« Reply #56 on: February 02, 2021, 09:33:05 AM »
Here is a brief demonstration of the same Glock 19 and Rugged Obsidian 45, shooting unsuppressed and suppressed.


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« Reply #57 on: February 05, 2021, 03:44:41 PM »
Suppressors do more than just lower the sound. They also calm the potential energy around you. Notice the camera movement from shooting unsuppressed and compare how still it is when shooting suppressed.

Are you ready for first or next suppressor? Letís talk about the options and get you moving in the right direction.


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Re: Suppressors - Silencers - Silencer Shop
« Reply #58 on: February 05, 2021, 04:09:13 PM »
Dreidi......I like those vids. If you scroll up you can see my niece taking a shot with a can. Not like s 6 5creed is anything significant but to a 9 year old I bet it would be. She is barely pushed and the clang of steel and her smile tells the tale.

 


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