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I looked around Sigs web sight and I couldn't find a picture on their QD system for rifle suppressors. Do they have a flash hider built in so that when you remove it you still have a flash hider? Or just the end of the barrel with the QD attachment?


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Mine came with a muzzle brake.
I'm still waiting for the stamp to clear so I don't have first hand experience on how the QD system operates.
 
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Thanks that's answers my question. Trying to choose between the QD or screw on.


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Or just the end of the barrel with the QD attachment?



Just the end of the barrel.


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Unless the Sig can gets outstanding reviews, I'll pass. I asked the tech rep that used to be on the board if their QD mount could also host a bayonet, assuming the can is off. Instead of a yes or no, the rep began to chastise me about the bayonet being obsolete and wouldn't check. Great customer service Sig. Thanks.


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I ordered an SRD762 a few weeks ago, had the same dilemma, QD or direct thread. Ended up going direct thread as it will be dedicated to my 308 and, according to everything I've read, direct thread has less POI shift. I'm new to suppressors, only have one other for my 22, I've never used a QD so I'm relying on what others say they've experienced. Hope I didn't make a mistake.



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Originally posted by IrishWind:
Unless the Sig can gets outstanding reviews, I'll pass.


Check out some articles on Silencershop website about the Sig silencers or direct thread vs QD in general (they mention Sig in there). Seems like pretty glowing info from guys who have seen damn near every silencer on the market.



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I ordered an SRD762 a few weeks ago, had the same dilemma, QD or direct thread. Ended up going direct thread as it will be dedicated to my 308 and, according to everything I've read, direct thread has less POI shift. I'm new to suppressors, only have one other for my 22, I've never used a QD so I'm relying on what others say they've experienced. Hope I didn't make a mistake.


See the above mentioned articles on the Silencershop website. The Sig QD Taperlok mount is a really unique design and they seem to indicate that it might be even more accurate than the direct thread model.

I just had the same dilemma and ended up ordering the SRD762QD. Its hardly any more money since it comes with the muzzle device included and on their own the muzzle devices are only $59 so unlike a Surefire or similar it wont cost an arm and leg to have mounts on several host platforms.


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Thanks that's answers my question. Trying to choose between the QD or screw on.


While you can't find them on the Sig website the Muzzle Device is actually two pieces, the brake section unscrews from the actual mounting area and is supposed to be able to be replaced with multiple options including a larger 2 port brake, a 3 prong flashider, compensator and multiple other options.



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Unless the Sig can gets outstanding reviews, I'll pass.


Check out some articles on Silencershop website about the Sig silencers or direct thread vs QD in general (they mention Sig in there). Seems like pretty glowing info from guys who have seen damn near every silencer on the market.


Finish with part two. If the designer for the suppressors can't be bothered to answer a question, and wants to insult my beliefs, umm, sure. Customer service dies before the first dollar is spent. Good luck Sig.

As for silencer shop, I have to take their reviews with a grain of salt. As members of this board have found out and reported, some of their reviews are biased to what is in their inventory.


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