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#7204619 - 06/21/18 08:33 PM Suppressor recommendation
aggiegolfer09 Offline
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Registered: 12/21/14
Posts: 241
Loc: Dallas
I already have one can but wanting one a little shorter. Here are the ones I am trying to decide between

Dead Air Sandman K

Crux Nemesis 30

Rugged Micro30

Any other suggestions? i have heard that these shorter ones dont quiet it as much so I am a little worried I might be disappointed compared to the one I have now.

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#7204681 - 06/21/18 09:27 PM Re: Suppressor recommendation [Re: aggiegolfer09]
BCJ Offline
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Which one do you have now?

I have the Sandman K and S as well as the Rugged Razor. The Razor and S sound good on 5.56 Guns and 300 Blk; but are small for 308. The K just takes the edge off the blast and is meant to keep it compact, itís not a quiet suppressor









Edited by BCJ (06/21/18 09:45 PM)
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#7204836 - 06/22/18 07:11 AM Re: Suppressor recommendation [Re: aggiegolfer09]
aggiegolfer09 Offline
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Loc: Dallas
I have a giffrin armament sportsman

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#7204881 - 06/22/18 08:06 AM Re: Suppressor recommendation [Re: aggiegolfer09]
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I would recommend the S over the K
the K is definitely louder than the K

I really like my Crux Nemesis 30s
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#7204951 - 06/22/18 09:29 AM Re: Suppressor recommendation [Re: aggiegolfer09]
aggiegolfer09 Offline
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Registered: 12/21/14
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Loc: Dallas
So the crux is noticeably quieter than the sandman k?

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#7204966 - 06/22/18 09:52 AM Re: Suppressor recommendation [Re: aggiegolfer09]
ccoker Offline
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yes..
I just shot the Sandman K a few weeks ago on a 16" bolt action 308
I really like the Sandman S though
The K is definitely a lot better than no can but it really (I think) would be best on things like a 300BO where you are just trying to get it quieter and want super compact

I will be posting up my follow up review to it but my brother did one last year

https://tacticalgunreview.com/dead-air-sandman-k-review/
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#7205681 - 06/22/18 09:50 PM Re: Suppressor recommendation [Re: aggiegolfer09]
easttxhoghunter Offline
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Registered: 07/03/17
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I have 2 Crux in jail, they are the Nemesis30 and an Archangel, Did a lot of research on them and that's why I bought two Crux. A plus is that Crux is made in Conroe, Tx. Currently have a Yankee Hill TI Phantom, but the Crux will be shorter and lighter. I wish Crux would make their flash hider and brake out of TI though to trim even more weight. I do like the Yankee Hill, I like it a lot on my POF 308 w/16" barrel, everyone at the range always comment on how quiet it is. But I wanted to upgrade to something better on my 6.8s.


Edited by easttxhoghunter (06/22/18 10:09 PM)

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#7219728 - 07/09/18 02:40 PM Re: Suppressor recommendation [Re: aggiegolfer09]
ccoker Offline
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I LOVE my Crux cans
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#7219777 - 07/09/18 03:47 PM Re: Suppressor recommendation [Re: aggiegolfer09]
Dien Offline
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Registered: 08/16/12
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Loc: Grand Prairie
Checked out the K and it was still a bit heavy.

I have a TBAC Ultra 5 in jail now. Nice to have a company answer their phones and e-mails.

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#7219783 - 07/09/18 03:54 PM Re: Suppressor recommendation [Re: aggiegolfer09]
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I realize the Omega is a little shorter and lighter, but isn't the real advantage of the Omega over the Harvester the fact that the Omeaga is AR rated?

Also, it was mentioned that you could buy the Omega for $800. Where at?

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#7220561 - 07/10/18 10:47 AM Re: Suppressor recommendation [Re: aggiegolfer09]
Gwood88 Offline
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The Sandman S is a great can with probably my favorite mounting system on the market. Very repeatable and consistent POI shift. It would be about an inch shorter than your sportsman. The down side is the weight at about 6oz heavier than your current can. But it is built to handle just about anything.

Other great shorter 30cal cans are Q's thunder chicken and the SilencerCo Omega. Just keep in mind the shorter you go the more you are sacrificing on suppression.
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#7220601 - 07/10/18 11:20 AM Re: Suppressor recommendation [Re: Jgraider]
friocountyhunts Offline
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Registered: 12/01/14
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Loc: Frio Town, Texas
Originally Posted By: Jgraider
I realize the Omega is a little shorter and lighter, but isn't the real advantage of the Omega over the Harvester the fact that the Omeaga is AR rated?

Also, it was mentioned that you could buy the Omega for $800. Where at?


I have the Omega and Harvester and both are great. I know some guys run their Harvester on ARs with no issues as long as they don't go bumpstock crazy. I have only run my Harvesters on bolt guns but have been hunting with guys running 300BO SBRs and no issues. So, I plan on trying that route since I already have some Harvesters. I will let you know how it goes.

Check out Lone Star Handgun in Converse (near San Antonio). They have pretty good pricing on their suppressor stuff.
http://shop.lonestarhandgun.com/suppressors-nfa/supressors

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