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12.5" 308 Sig SBR with an AAC 762-SD suppressor. US Optics SR-8S scope in a BoBro QD Mount ...

Sig 716 CQB Stacked by Jerry R, on Flickr

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Very nice! Cool
 
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That is sick.




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Looks nice. Isn't the M4 2000 for 5.56
 
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Looks nice. Isn't the M4 2000 for 5.56


Not just for the 5.56, I have two of their M4 2000 suppressors, 5.56 and 6.8 SPC. The two short ones are 5.56 and 6.8 SPC, the tall one is the 308 can.

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My AAC 7.62 is marked 762-SDN-6
 
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My AAC 7.62 is marked 762-SDN-6


My bad ... you are absolutely correct ! I will update the original, mine is the 762-SD - the 9" version. Their website no longer shows the 6.8 suppressors, but I checked mine (this time LOL) it is actually marked M4 2000


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My AAC 7.62 is marked 762-SDN-6


My bad ... you are absolutely correct ! I will update the original


No problem, You scared me when I saw a M4-2000 on a 7.62.
 
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My AAC 7.62 is marked 762-SDN-6


My bad ... you are absolutely correct ! I will update the original


No problem, You scared me when I saw a M4-2000 on a 7.62.


Understand totally, just a brain fart on this end.


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Serious thumper right there


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Its a great gun (I have the same gun) but it weighs a TON! Good looking setup.
 
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VERY Nice... Cool

Soo, how does it shoot (with & w/o the can)? Do you shoot it off-hand much, or mostly from a bench?

I've got an LMT MWS and I've toyed with the concept of an SBR in .308 (SBR's are great, right?), but I keep coming to the conclusion that it would only be a novelty/range toy that would be hard for me to justify. Basically all AR's in .308 are REALLY heavy and while it would be somewhat lighter/more maneuverable as an SBR, as a Suppressed SBR it would still be REALLY heavy! Don't get me wrong, it would definitely be a Really Badass/Cool Rifle, just a REALLY Heavy one! Cool

Soo, can you help me justify one? Wink


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Do you still have the FDE model too ?
 
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