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I keep a couple of small silicon rubber oven mitts with my centerfire suppressors that come in very handy for tightening or removing hot cans. I consider them essential to my range kit now. I also bought one of SilencerCo's covers that fits my Saker and Octane 45. It's the one that includes an inner sleeve for higher temps. The only thing that sucks about it is that it tends to rotate around the can if you try to tighten the can onto the muzzle or remove the can. It makes the process a little more cumbersome. I would probably only use the cover in the field.


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Posts: 1235 | Location: Inside the Beltway (VA) | Registered: December 09, 2009Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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I just stumbled upon this. Interesting...
Saker ASR: https://silencerco.com/silencers/saker/

Edit: I don't see anything on the website coming stock with a MAAD Trifecta now.


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Posts: 1235 | Location: Inside the Beltway (VA) | Registered: December 09, 2009Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Picked up my Omega this morning and my dealer told me about the Saker ASR. He said Silencerco is done with Trifecta mount.


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I just stumbled upon this. Interesting...
Saker ASR: https://silencerco.com/silencers/saker/

Edit: I don't see anything on the website coming stock with a MAAD Trifecta now.
 
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Fantastic. I guess I know which direction I'll head if my replacement Trifecta mount doesn't work out. The SilencerCo rep I spoke with to get the replacement mount a few days ago stated that he preferred the Trifecta to the ASR. That's why I opted for it rather than getting the ASR now.

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Picked up my Omega this morning and my dealer told me about the Saker ASR. He said Silencerco is done with Trifecta mount.


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Originally posted by photoman12001:
I just stumbled upon this. Interesting...
Saker ASR: https://silencerco.com/silencers/saker/

Edit: I don't see anything on the website coming stock with a MAAD Trifecta now.


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...still think the Dead Air Key Mo is the way to go. It's got a taper mount like the Trifecta has inside.


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...still think the Dead Air Key Mo is the way to go. It's got a taper mount like the Trifecta has inside.


It's another ~$500 I'd prefer not to spend if I don't have to do it, considering the cost of the mount, two muzzle devices, and installation of the devices.


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PM me when you get a minute photoman...


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Regarding the OP - Been there, done that trying to avoid it getting stuck. I've also had the my Saker 762 get stuck on the Trifecta mount. Backed the mount off the barrel trying to take it off at the end of the session too.

After calling Silencer Co, they sent me a replacement. I use copper Anti-seize lube now as a precaution. I know it's messy, not perfect and a PITA. But I've got two Trifectas and a 30 cal brake, its too much money to replace as I've got too many other needs and wants.

One thing I do not have any issue with(now that I use anti-seize) is it getting loose while shooting. Baffle strikes are not a concern.


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