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#5847998 - 07/25/15 04:46 PM supressor
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Registered: 08/11/13
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Debating on installing a suppressor for my boys 6.5CM. Chad sent me the link for crux but there too expensive. Do you know of any middle of the road suppressor that won't cost a grand. I'm not educated on suppressors so bear with me.

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#5848004 - 07/25/15 04:51 PM Re: supressor [Re: spg]
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I've had good results with my Griffin Armament PHS.
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#5848009 - 07/25/15 04:56 PM Re: supressor [Re: spg]
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Look at the SilencerCo Harvestor.

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#5848142 - 07/25/15 07:09 PM Re: supressor [Re: Just Nate]
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Originally Posted By: Nathan Nelson
Look at the SilencerCo Harvestor.
This. Get on silencershop.com. I have two form 1 suppressors but will be buying a commercial can soon. I think I will go with either an Omega or a Harvestor.

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#5848151 - 07/25/15 07:19 PM Re: supressor [Re: spg]
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I have a YHM 7.62QD Ti that I run on my 6.5CM. Pretty light and not too expensive. You can get the non titanium version for around $600. I've had it for almost 5 years and have zero complaints. Hearing safe quiet and reduces recoil very well.



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#5848152 - 07/25/15 07:19 PM Re: supressor [Re: spg]
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Thanks, can't wait to get it threaded and put together. I never shot a suppressed rifle before so my two boys may be fighting me instead each other to get a turn to shoot.

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#5848368 - 07/25/15 10:02 PM Re: supressor [Re: spg]
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Even though the Crux is $1,000 they are very nice. I have the Archangel and ARK30. Being that you have to wait for form approval get all the paperwork and pay for stamp and get the one you want. It is a lifetime investment and the last thing you want is to be unhappy with your choice over a couple hundred bucks. Not that any of the suppressors mentioned are bad, just get the one you want over saving a few bucks.
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#5848481 - 07/25/15 11:42 PM Re: supressor [Re: hdfireman]
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Originally Posted By: hdfireman
Even though the Crux is $1,000 they are very nice. I have the Archangel and ARK30. Being that you have to wait for form approval get all the paperwork and pay for stamp and get the one you want. It is a lifetime investment and the last thing you want is to be unhappy with your choice over a couple hundred bucks. Not that any of the suppressors mentioned are bad, just get the one you want over saving a few bucks.


Dumb question #1. Do you still need form approval if you have an FFL?

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#5848488 - 07/25/15 11:58 PM Re: supressor [Re: spg]
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yes. and you can not do the transfer yourself unless you are a SOT 3 or 7 (depending on your FFL Type)

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#5848543 - 07/26/15 06:25 AM Re: supressor [Re: spg]
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Originally Posted By: spg
Originally Posted By: hdfireman
Even though the Crux is $1,000 they are very nice. I have the Archangel and ARK30. Being that you have to wait for form approval get all the paperwork and pay for stamp and get the one you want. It is a lifetime investment and the last thing you want is to be unhappy with your choice over a couple hundred bucks. Not that any of the suppressors mentioned are bad, just get the one you want over saving a few bucks.


Dumb question #1. Do you still need form approval if you have an FFL?


What type of FFL do you have? Are you an SOT as well?
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#5848948 - 07/26/15 12:40 PM Re: supressor [Re: spg]
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I own GT and AAC. Both great suppressors. FYI- the 6.5 CM is not going to be that quiet with a suppressor.
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#5849001 - 07/26/15 01:37 PM Re: supressor [Re: TXGUNNER308]
spg Offline
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Originally Posted By: TXGUNNER308
Originally Posted By: spg
Originally Posted By: hdfireman
Even though the Crux is $1,000 they are very nice. I have the Archangel and ARK30. Being that you have to wait for form approval get all the paperwork and pay for stamp and get the one you want. It is a lifetime investment and the last thing you want is to be unhappy with your choice over a couple hundred bucks. Not that any of the suppressors mentioned are bad, just get the one you want over saving a few bucks.


Dumb question #1. Do you still need form approval if you have an FFL?


What type of FFL do you have? Are you an SOT as well?


My dad has the FFL, not sure of the type he has.

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