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Re: Suppressors
« Reply #180 on: July 20, 2023, 09:56:13 AM »
Iíve got a stainless bull barrel Tikka 22-250 that I wanna get a silencer for.  Thoughts?

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Re: Suppressors
« Reply #181 on: July 20, 2023, 10:28:22 AM »
Iíve got a stainless bull barrel Tikka 22-250 that I wanna get a silencer for.  Thoughts?
My initial thought is a Recce 7.
I sold two Recce 5s to a friend for his Ruger Predators in .223 and itís a pleasant shooting experience. Given the higher pressure and energy of .22-250, Iíd start with a 7 instead of a 5. Thatís on the lower side of costs.

If youíre looking for high end, Iíd start with a Magnus.

If youíre trying to get into the SilencerCo BOGO,  the Omega 300 would be the route to go with a .224 front cap


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Re: Suppressors
« Reply #182 on: July 20, 2023, 08:10:09 PM »
Iíve got a stainless bull barrel Tikka 22-250 that I wanna get a silencer for.  Thoughts?

Lots of great cans out there.  Any of the TBAC stuff is top notch and their Ultra7 or Ultra9 are two of the best 1.5in diameter cans out there.  TBAC Magnus is bad to the bone can but itís a fair bit bigger, heavier, and more expensive but itís an awesome suppressor for sure.  Iíd take a serious look at the Dead Air Nomad LTi itís also an awesome suppressor but isnít quite as long or heavy as the Magnus and will save you a few hundred bucks too. 

Any of those four will make you very happy.

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« Reply #183 on: July 20, 2023, 08:26:32 PM »
Iíve got a stainless bull barrel Tikka 22-250 that I wanna get a silencer for.  Thoughts?

Lots of great cans out there.  Any of the TBAC stuff is top notch and their Ultra7 or Ultra9 are two of the best 1.5in diameter cans out there.  TBAC Magnus is bad to the bone can but itís a fair bit bigger, heavier, and more expensive but itís an awesome suppressor for sure.  Iíd take a serious look at the Dead Air Nomad LTi itís also an awesome suppressor but isnít quite as long or heavy as the Magnus and will save you a few hundred bucks too. 

Any of those four will make you very happy.
When is the last time you saw a new LTi available?


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Re: Suppressors
« Reply #184 on: July 20, 2023, 08:57:22 PM »
Iíve got a stainless bull barrel Tikka 22-250 that I wanna get a silencer for.  Thoughts?

Lots of great cans out there.  Any of the TBAC stuff is top notch and their Ultra7 or Ultra9 are two of the best 1.5in diameter cans out there.  TBAC Magnus is bad to the bone can but itís a fair bit bigger, heavier, and more expensive but itís an awesome suppressor for sure.  Iíd take a serious look at the Dead Air Nomad LTi itís also an awesome suppressor but isnít quite as long or heavy as the Magnus and will save you a few hundred bucks too. 

Any of those four will make you very happy.
When is the last time you saw a new LTi available?


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Just looked at Capitol Armory, the shop where Iíve bought most of my cans, and they have them ďin stockĒ right now.


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« Reply #185 on: July 20, 2023, 09:06:30 PM »
Iíve got a stainless bull barrel Tikka 22-250 that I wanna get a silencer for.  Thoughts?

Lots of great cans out there.  Any of the TBAC stuff is top notch and their Ultra7 or Ultra9 are two of the best 1.5in diameter cans out there.  TBAC Magnus is bad to the bone can but itís a fair bit bigger, heavier, and more expensive but itís an awesome suppressor for sure.  Iíd take a serious look at the Dead Air Nomad LTi itís also an awesome suppressor but isnít quite as long or heavy as the Magnus and will save you a few hundred bucks too. 

Any of those four will make you very happy.
When is the last time you saw a new LTi available?


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Just looked at Capitol Armory, the shop where Iíve bought most of my cans, and they have them ďin stockĒ right now.
Gotcha. I see what they have published as LT and they also refer to it as just L. Perhaps the confusion for me is in the consistent change in what the product is referred to as. L, LT, LTiÖThey all could be different compositions for the same size and design but, it appears they are all the same.


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Re: Suppressors
« Reply #186 on: July 21, 2023, 06:49:31 AM »
Iíve got a stainless bull barrel Tikka 22-250 that I wanna get a silencer for.  Thoughts?

Lots of great cans out there.  Any of the TBAC stuff is top notch and their Ultra7 or Ultra9 are two of the best 1.5in diameter cans out there.  TBAC Magnus is bad to the bone can but itís a fair bit bigger, heavier, and more expensive but itís an awesome suppressor for sure.  Iíd take a serious look at the Dead Air Nomad LTi itís also an awesome suppressor but isnít quite as long or heavy as the Magnus and will save you a few hundred bucks too. 

Any of those four will make you very happy.
When is the last time you saw a new LTi available?


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Just looked at Capitol Armory, the shop where Iíve bought most of my cans, and they have them ďin stockĒ right now.
Gotcha. I see what they have published as LT and they also refer to it as just L. Perhaps the confusion for me is in the consistent change in what the product is referred to as. L, LT, LTiÖThey all could be different compositions for the same size and design but, it appears they are all the same.


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Completely understandable, they don't always make it easy to keep track of the nomenclature.  DA makes a Nomad L and a Nomad LTi which is often just called the "LT" and I believe the only difference between the two is the Nomad L is stainless steel and the LTi/LT is titanium.  I'm a huge fan of TBAC cans and their products are always top shelf but for it's size and weight that DA Nomad LTi/LT is an outstanding suppressor.  As you know, the Magnus is a crazy quiet can but if someone didn't want to go with a Magnus the Nomad LT is one of the best 30 cal and under cans on the market and will save the buyer about an inch in length, 500-500+ bucks and a few ounces in weight as well as not giving up a whole lot with regard to sound suppression.  But, if a person wants the quietest 30 cal suppressor on the market the TBAC Magnus is the one to get.  :tup:

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« Reply #187 on: September 02, 2023, 11:34:03 PM »
Just a few of the recent approved forms and timelines. If you want to develop loads and hunt suppressed for 2024, itís time to get on board.






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« Reply #188 on: October 16, 2023, 05:26:19 PM »
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« Reply #189 on: October 26, 2023, 01:43:55 PM »
Thoughts on the Scythe for a lightweight hunting setup?

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« Reply #190 on: October 26, 2023, 02:09:51 PM »
Thoughts on the Scythe for a lightweight hunting setup?

I believe that's what it was designed for. I have a Nomad Ti that's similar in size, weight and material and it's awesome to shoot on my 6.5 creed. I'd expect the Scythe to perform similarly.

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« Reply #191 on: October 27, 2023, 07:23:16 AM »
Thoughts on the Scythe for a lightweight hunting setup?
Give it a year+ for end users to get their experiences posted.

Suppressors with multiple ports on the front will generally suppress less than the same or comparable with a singular hole.

Also, what caliber(s) youíre planning to hunt with should drive your choice. Something rated for a caliber(s) or pressure does not mean itís good at it. Example, I have a Dead Air Nomad Ti, it doesnít suppress 300WM or .308 or 6.8 SPC enough to allow me to shoot without hearing protection. However, itís great with 300 Blackout.


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« Reply #192 on: October 27, 2023, 09:21:11 AM »
Sounds kinda funny to say but actual noise suppression is lower on the priority list, as long as it is hearing safe under hunting conditions. Weight and recoil impulse control are probably the top two factors, since it just won't get carried if it's too heavy or cumbersome. The Nomad was a top contender as well but on some other forums guys are pretty excited about this scythe for whatever reason. This would be on a 18-20" magnum though so noise suppression will still be a considerable factor

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« Reply #193 on: October 27, 2023, 10:01:24 AM »
Sounds kinda funny to say but actual noise suppression is lower on the priority list, as long as it is hearing safe under hunting conditions. Weight and recoil impulse control are probably the top two factors, since it just won't get carried if it's too heavy or cumbersome. The Nomad was a top contender as well but on some other forums guys are pretty excited about this scythe for whatever reason
Hunting conditionsÖout in an open area, tree stand, dense timber, nylon blind, all of the above and more. It doesnít really matter what condition the hunting scenario is in, a suppressor will either reduce the db SPL enough to your liking or not. I can shoot my .308 multiple time with a Magnus without hearing protection. I can also shoot my 300WM with it enclosed in a blind without ringing my bell. Iím not doing either of those with a Nomad Ti because it doesnít suppress enough. I also would not use a Nomad because of how much it weighs.

A ten ounce suppressor on the front end is negligible in weight. The Schythe is published to weigh less, and itís new to the market. A person thatís really into getting what is new on the market or just really into the brand would be excited to see that SilencerCo now has a titanium silencer.

Thereís plenty of titanium silencers on the market and the Scythe does not have published sound levels from SilencerCo that are considered hearing safe.


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« Reply #194 on: October 27, 2023, 10:16:47 AM »
Sounds kinda funny to say but actual noise suppression is lower on the priority list, as long as it is hearing safe under hunting conditions. Weight and recoil impulse control are probably the top two factors, since it just won't get carried if it's too heavy or cumbersome. The Nomad was a top contender as well but on some other forums guys are pretty excited about this scythe for whatever reason
Hunting conditionsÖout in an open area, tree stand, dense timber, nylon blind, all of the above and more. It doesnít really matter what condition the hunting scenario is in, a suppressor will either reduce the db SPL enough to your liking or not. I can shoot my .308 multiple time with a Magnus without hearing protection. I can also shoot my 300WM with it enclosed in a blind without ringing my bell. Iím not doing either of those with a Nomad Ti because it doesnít suppress enough. I also would not use a Nomad because of how much it weighs.

A ten ounce suppressor on the front end is negligible in weight. The Schythe is published to weigh less, and itís new to the market. A person thatís really into getting what is new on the market or just really into the brand would be excited to see that SilencerCo now has a titanium silencer.

Thereís plenty of titanium silencers on the market and the Scythe does not have published sound levels from SilencerCo that are considered hearing safe.


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Thanks Dreadi, I always appreciate your input on the forum as you are clearly very knowledgeable on the subject and I am quite the opposite when it comes to suppressors  :chuckle: by "hunting conditions" I mostly just meant one or two shots, since 99% of my rifle hunting is hiking and glassing. 10 ounces does seem negligible but on certain hunts it might as well be 5 lbs

 


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