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    Show Us your cans!

    Here's my ca: 1984 Dr. Phil Dater WW2 rendition of the OSS suppressed Hi-Standard HD Military on a Ruger platform.

    She's not as quiet as some of the new stuff, but she'a a quiet enough little one-holer.

    The receiver was drilled and tapped for the Weaver bases (basically the grandfather of the Picatinny Rail, MIL-STD 1913 rail.) Totally repeatable. The irons are quickly accessible with the coin slotted rings. Leupold LER 2X Duplex.

    Let's see y'all's.

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    Couldn’t help myself!
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    That's funny!

    I've seen oil filters, plastic soda bottles, and even soda cans being used as ersatz suppressors. Almost always illegal. That $200 tax stamp is the best 'stay out of jail' money ever spent. Enjoy, folks!

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    Since you posted the Ruger here's a photo of my stainless Mk II with a homemade Form 1 can.
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    Blessed are the flexible for they shall not be bent out of shape.

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    AC,
    I recently had Randy at Wadco over on John Rhodes make me a suppressor for my 300 Blackout.Had to pay for the stamp.Can’t take the suppressor home till everything clears.Up to a year they say.But,usually within 9 mo. Joe

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    Here's my .300BO SBR I built on Aero receivers with 10" Ballistic Advantage barrel and AAC 7.62 SDN can. I have rimfire and .45cal pistol cans as well but don't seem to have any pics handy of those. The rimfire swaps between an M&P22, Victory22, and a Savage MKII 16" rifle, the 45 can between a Colt 45acp 1911 and SIG P320 9mm. It spends most of it's time on the SIG.
    The 300BO with subs is so quiet you only get the noise of the action cycling. No hearing protection needed. Same goes for my 22 can if using subs. The Savage 22 with can only clicks from the firing pin snap. A BB gun is much louder.
    My Armalite AR50A1 as well.
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    SiCo Hybrid on a number of 45 caliber hosts in 45 ACP, 45 Colt, 45-70 Govt and 458 SOCOM.




    Blessed are the flexible for they shall not be bent out of shape.

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    Is there still a universal suppressor?
    I looked at one 4 yrs ago.
    It was a $1000 plus all the paperwork and taxes.
    I thought it would be great to just switch internals and only need one.
    The adapters were not cheap for each gun if i member right?
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    There is no such thing as a universal can though the Griffon Optimus and SiCo Hybrid come pretty close. I paid $692 for my Hybrid a couple years ago using SPEQ pricing. With sales tax and the stamp it was right at $950 and some change. It came with a 5/8-24 direct thread mount and a booster assembly but I added a .578-28 piston and the ASR mount which probably cost another couple hundred dollars. I would like to add an Optimus but don't think GA offers blue label pricing.

    Blessed are the flexible for they shall not be bent out of shape.

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    Here's mine, home made form 1 300 blackout 10.5" SBR. the darn tax stamps cost more than building the rifle.
    But its awesome with dedicated subs, sounds like shooting 22 shorts out of a 20"barrel..
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