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Okay, ordered the trust, plunging into the world of NFA items.

My wife, who rarely ever, ever asks for anything (other than more hay for the goats) is in love with the MCX SBR. Only carbine she has ever asked for. Of course, it has to have a suppressor so which one? Sig or someone else? Thanks, I know nothing, nothing about NFA stuff.


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I'm hoping the HPA passes because I want a .30 ca can that works with at least a .308 but I'm still waiting on a 9mm AR-15 SBR that I form 1 on 7/7/16 so I'm done with the 9 months plus waiting.
 
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I think the Silencerco Omega is a great choice here. It's lightweight, short, and modular. It's what I run on my 12.5" 556 MCX for these reasons. When I add the 300blk upper, I'll just use the same can.


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Silencerco Omega, or SIG SRD762TiQD, or the SRD that uses a taper lock (whenever it is released).
 
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could even go with the Omega9k - it's even lighter weight and shorter than the standard omega - and rated for 300blk


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Another vote for the SiCo Omega, especially with the $200 rebate still in effect.
 
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could even go with the Omega9k - it's even lighter weight and shorter than the standard omega - and rated for 300blk


Isn't it only rated for subsonic though?


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Isn't it only rated for subsonic though?


Rated for both, but the db ratings don't look that good though.
 
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really depends what's more valuable to the OP:
sound reduction or OAL


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Silencerco Omega, or SIG SRD762TiQD, or the SRD that uses a taper lock (whenever it is released).


Good recommendations. I just got my SRD762TiQD out of NFA jail. That thing is super quiet with subsonic ammo.

I have an AAC 762-SDN-6 that I also like quite a bit.
 
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I have both the Omega and the SRD 762 Ti QD.

The SIG is noticeably more quiet than the Omega in both 300 BLK and 556.

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I have both the Omega and the SRD 762 Ti QD.

The SIG is noticeably more quiet than the Omega in both 300 BLK and 556.

How hard is the SRD 762 Ti QD to clean?


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I have both the Omega and the SRD 762 Ti QD.

The SIG is noticeably more quiet than the Omega in both 300 BLK and 556.

How hard is the SRD 762 Ti QD to clean?


It is easy as I do not clean it : ). Neither the Omega nor the SIG are designed for user cleaning. Both have lifetime warranties. If they gain too much weight.. back to the factory they go!
 
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