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I bought a SilencerCo suppressor cover (non-high-temp) and proceeded to partially melt it after 1) not closely reading the product description, and 2) executing a few mag dumps without letting it cool. Big Grin I’m now looking for a replacement. It’s for a SpecWar 762, so it needs to be around 7.5”. The high-temp SilencerCo cover is the logical choice but I was wondering what might be a better choice.

Suggestions?


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Posts: 14971 | Location: Cross Lanes, WV | Registered: February 05, 2004Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Take a look at Cole Tac covers. I have a non high temp one thats really nice for my 308. You can use coupon codes too for like 10% off.... TGC10 was the one I used (but they goofed it up, TCG10 was what actually worked) No idea if either of those work now or not, but i'm sure you can search for some.





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buy the SiCo high temp and be done ! I've got covers from just about Everyone... SiCo's is hard to beat for the money, especially during 1 of their promo sales. Wink
 
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I have both the Cole Tac and the rifles only HAD cover. The Cole Tac is non-high temp and the HAD has had multiple mag dumps through it with no issues. The only thing I don't like about the HAD is the stupid cord wrap to keep it in place.

I have also heard that Cole Tac makes the SiCo covers. Not sure if that is true though.

https://www.riflesonly.com/rif...suppressor-cover-had

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Posts: 185 | Location: GA | Registered: August 05, 2006Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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I have two HADs from Rifles Only. They say you'll heat the suppressor to failure before the heat will get through.

While the cord is a pain initially to get tight, I wrap the end around the rifle rail to keep it in place should it get loose.
 
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I bought a high-temp from Armageddon Gear a couple of weeks ago. I didn't like how it came down around the base of the suppressor. I thought that be more of a nuisance when it came time to take the can off (it's QD and has a locking ring). Haven't had a chance to go out and try it though.

I saw the HADs on Amazon.....I'll take a closer look at them after trying out the AG one.


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Magpul is making a cover. I don't know anything about them but that may be an option.
 
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I use a Rifles Only “The Skinny” cover on my SiCo Omega. So far so good even with a full mag dump.
 
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The Hi Temp Silencercos are working for me.


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