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Bought my first suppressor

Discussion in 'NFA Firearms and Accessories' started by Gordon, Nov 6, 2019.

  1. Gordon
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    Gordon Contributing Member

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    I bought in Oregon 30 miles from home my first SilencerCo Hybrid 46 suppressor . I I like the reviews and I talked to the Class three dealer and it was highly recommended for my 9mm, .40,.45 acp, .223, 6.8, 6.5 Creedmore .300 BO, .7.62 39mm and 51mm) and .458 socom uses :) $600 with no extras. Ill buy the extras for what I decide to put it on during my wait. BTW; how long is the current wait time projected. I just want to get er done before regime changes !

    Please erase one of the double post , I hit it twice !
     
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    Awesome!
     
  3. guyfromohio

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    I settled on the same one as my first. Applied in July and still waiting. I was told that it would be about 12 months. I already purchased about $1000 in various adapters, barrels, and sights. Plan is to use it on my ARs, 9mm carbines and pistols, and perhaps one of my 1911s.
     
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  4. troy fairweather

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    Have fun, I wish we could have them.
     
  5. sparkyv

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    Wow, that is some outlay in accessories!
     
  6. guyfromohio

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    For a multi-gun suppressor, you have different thread adapters, end caps, etc. Then I wanted to run a Glock 19, so I bought that barrel and raised sights. Then I wanted to run my P99 so I bought that barrel and raised sights...then there are the quick attachment setups for the ARs and 9mm carbines.... More wants than needs.
     
  7. sparkyv

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    Makes sense. I hadn't considered tall sights and barrels...
     
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