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#5603092 - 02/16/15 06:57 PM Duck hunting w a suppressor possibly next yr
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I got to shoot a 12 ga today at a buddies gun store in new Braunfels/mcqueeny. We shot a 870 tactical w a silencer co 12 ga suppressor. The thing is light and quiet! I kinda want one now. Thinking about a new model browning a5 w the silencer co 12 ga suppressor. I see a new duck slaying gun in my future for this coming season.

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#5603132 - 02/16/15 07:13 PM Re: Duck hunting w a suppressor possibly next yr [Re: pervis]
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How does it attach? You've got choke threads on the inside.

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#5603192 - 02/16/15 07:29 PM Re: Duck hunting w a suppressor possibly next yr [Re: pervis]
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Go all out. Get a 50 cal.
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#5603348 - 02/16/15 08:20 PM Re: Duck hunting w a suppressor possibly next yr [Re: pervis]
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It threads into the choke tube threads. The suppressor is adjustable for length too. If u pm me I can text u a short video of me shooting it.

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#5603364 - 02/16/15 08:26 PM Re: Duck hunting w a suppressor possibly next yr [Re: pervis]
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The suppressor is made by silencer co. It's called the salvo.

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#5603443 - 02/16/15 09:01 PM Re: Duck hunting w a suppressor possibly next yr [Re: pervis]
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boom scouters gonna have to up their game roflmao
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#5603535 - 02/16/15 09:33 PM Re: Duck hunting w a suppressor possibly next yr [Re: pervis]
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Pervis,
Any info related to if subsonic loads required? Any issues cycling semi autos? Any shotgun type preferences that work better with it over others?
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#5603608 - 02/16/15 10:07 PM Re: Duck hunting w a suppressor possibly next yr [Re: pervis]
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Can you legally hunt migratory birds with a silencer?
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#5603714 - 02/17/15 12:10 AM Re: Duck hunting w a suppressor possibly next yr [Re: pervis]
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Hastings Metro barrel has been around several years. http://www.hastingsdistribution.com/index.php?l=product_list&c=32
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#5603894 - 02/17/15 07:32 AM Re: Duck hunting w a suppressor possibly next yr [Re: pervis]
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I should have one approved any day now. Going on an 870 barrel cut to 18" and rethreaded. Subsonic loads are not required but they should help a lot. I havent been able to locate a factory load thats subsonic yet. May have to try to load one. Thinking 1.5 ounce of 2s at 1000fps should work well. Really looking forward to being able to hunt spots without drawing the usual attention.

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#5603948 - 02/17/15 08:01 AM Re: Duck hunting w a suppressor possibly next yr [Re: Fooshman]
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Originally Posted By: Fooshman
Can you legally hunt migratory birds with a silencer?

Why would it be illegal?

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#5604035 - 02/17/15 08:53 AM Re: Duck hunting w a suppressor possibly next yr [Re: Fooshman]
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Originally Posted By: Fooshman
Can you legally hunt migratory birds with a silencer?


Yes.

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#5604050 - 02/17/15 09:01 AM Re: Duck hunting w a suppressor possibly next yr [Re: pervis]
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Wish I could apply for a silencer... never wanted one but on a shotty would be pretty sweet
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#5604086 - 02/17/15 09:30 AM Re: Duck hunting w a suppressor possibly next yr [Re: pervis]
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My cousin brought his fully automatic silinced ar15 to the ranch. It was fun until you realized that with every trigger pull you don't want to let go of the trigger. So a 30 round mag at 15 bucks a mag goes in about a second. So I don't like that to start with, Then to top that off, the weight of the can way out front is not comfortable at all.
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#5604129 - 02/17/15 09:52 AM Re: Duck hunting w a suppressor possibly next yr [Re: pervis]
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The salvo can isn't like most cans where they add alot of unwanted weight. It's light. Silencer co has made alot of improvements in reducing weight of cans. I do agree I shot alot of suppressed guns years ago and the cans were heavy on the end. The new cans coming out are not that way at all. Yeah I'd get one too to hunt places w o all the unwanted attention.

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