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I purchased my Sandman L and S because I preferred the mounting system over SiCo's offerings. Had this been available I would've gone with the Omega. I may still pick one up when the wait times are back to an acceptable level.

http://www.recoilweb.com/dead-...adapters-120870.html
 
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Interesting, though at an MSRP of $249 (real world I suspect $179-199) might be a bit rich for some, myself included.

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So why is the dead air release better than the silencerco ones? Is it a because they say so kinda thing or is it really so much better I will not miss my $170 to $250 for the price of the mount?


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Dead Air's mount is an excellent design, and they're quite proud of it! IMO this is a VERY Cool product & marketing strategy. It enables customers to adopt/purchase Dead Air Silencers and still use their existing SilencerCo cans on the same weapon! There are a lot of existing SilencerCo customers out in the market, and this product enables Dead Air to access that customer base by eliminating the mount issue for customers already standardized on SiCo.

That said, I hope Dead Air has the development of the product very well documented. They could be in hot water if Mike Pappas left SilencerCo with any inlellectual property not authorized in his separation agreement.


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That said, I hope Dead Air has the development of the product very well documented. They could be in hot water if Mike Pappas left SilencerCo with any inlellectual property not authorized in his separation agreement.


I think any intellectual property is in baffle design. This a threaded thing that interfaces with another threaded thing that is not their threaded thing. Which technically interfaces with a different threaded thing that they made for the end of your gun...which is also threaded.


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The suppressor can only index one way and once indexed, you simply twist 3/4 turn to tighten it. I like that it can only index one way for POI repeatability. Also if you want to mount it under a rail slightly there is no collar that you have to turn.
 
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I like having options and I think dead air has on of the best mounting methods. But I don't see myself spending $170 for it and then all the additional brakes/flash hiders at $80 anytime soon. Maybe if I bought a Sandman down the road.


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I will have both an Omega and Sandman L in my trust....I'll be all over this. Love it.





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Damn, wish I would have paying attention before I bought a load of SiCo mounts. I definitely prefer the DA mounting system and muzzle devices.


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I just got my Omega out of jail, and was pleasantly surprised with the ease of mounting and unmounting. I'm a bit confused as to how this KEY-MO makes it better/easier.


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SiCo has done the same thing, as you can get a Saker adaptor to mount to AAC 51T mounts (and their mounting solution is superior to AACs ratchet process).

Good to see this kind of thing.




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