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Whats the word on comps/flash suppressors these days....


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I know the dragon is usually considered one of the best compensators.

 

not sure what the best flash supressor is these days.

 

also not sure whats considered the best of both worlds....

 

What are you guys running these days??

 

Im looking for something for a 30 cal with 5/8-24 threading.

 

Looking at the VC-301 or the strike Ind. j comp, venom, or king comp...

 

both want both compesation and some flash supression....

 

any input/suggestions appreciated!

 

-Tim

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This is what I would suggest. http://slrrifleworks.com/index.php?route=product/product&path=94_121&product_id=455

 

Unfortunately, SLR Rifleworks is out of stock right now. I have not been able to find one elsewhere either. They do have their .30 Cal Compensator in stock. http://slrrifleworks.com/index.php?route=product/product&path=94_121&product_id=456

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Blast Mitigation Device

 

Thanks for the info.

I was just getting ready to ask if one of those "thingies" (the technical term)

they are putting on some SBR's to project the blast and sound forward would work on 16 inch+ barrelled rifles.

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Thanks for the info.

I was just getting ready to ask if one of those "thingies" (the technical term)

they are putting on some SBR's to project the blast and sound forward would work on 16 inch+ barrelled rifles.

VG6 and Griffen Armament both make similar devices that work with thier muzzle devices.

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