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Wow, Andy. That is the definition of bragging rights....



...but resist, we much. We must, and we will much, about that, be committed. Al Sharpton 2011
 
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A lot of great guns in here ~ I’m jealous!
 
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I'm jealous of those KAC cans...and that MK23 lam. Those things have gotten crazy expensive.




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I have made some changes so I thought I would share. I will be picking my can up in 2 weeks....can't wait.

I keep wondering if I should have kept the H1 on it, I love the 1x4 and the Triangle though.

 
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Just bought this:

Colt LE6933 M4 Carbine (Commando) factory SBR
I have many plans for this and already have many uppers/cans I have been using on my Colt M16A1 for the past 14 years. This will be my wife's carbine.

Stamp should arrive August-ish.
Nice.
August in AZ.
115º.
In.
The.
Shade.

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Can you hear me now?
 
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So thats what 22 tax stamps looks like Eek




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So thats what 22 tax stamps looks like Eek

Yep, about $4,400 ...

I've grown to love suppressors ... but I really see a future where they get dropped from the NFA so unless I'm building my own (which I have 2) I'm holding off on buying any more.

Andyb and slipjett ... how effective is the suppressor 3rd from the left ... is it really that much better than a can like the YHM Phantom ti?

I'm not too well versed in suppressors, and they are an expensive lesson to learn.


If you really want something you'll find a way ...
... if you don't you'll find an excuse.

I'm really not a "kid" anymore ... but I haven't grown up yet either Wink
 
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what optic is that?


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So thats what 22 tax stamps looks like Eek

Yep, about $4,400 ...

I've grown to love suppressors ... but I really see a future where they get dropped from the NFA so unless I'm building my own (which I have 2) I'm holding off on buying any more.

Andyb and slipjett ... how effective is the suppressor 3rd from the left ... is it really that much better than a can like the YHM Phantom ti?

I'm not too well versed in suppressors, and they are an expensive lesson to learn.


I'm not sure if thats a normal Harvester or Harvester Big Bore but speaking to my .338, it took it from being a tooth rattling SOB to a pussy cat in comparison. Can't really say if its better than the YHM as I've never heard it. I will say the Sico has a really good tone to it, something I find myself more concerned with on cans theses days than just Db's




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One of these days I'll own an MP5A2....



 
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Very cool slipjett! What cans are #2 and #4 from the right?


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Yes, I am silly. The regular SilencerCo Harvester performs very well, would recommend it in a heartbeat. The #2 and #4 cans from the right are the KAC QDC/CQB 5.56 and 7.62 respectively. Also, in the collection are a couple of integral .22s, first the MIST TD

and the regular MIST

and various SBRs
 
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what optic is that?


Aimpoint Pro with the spacer removed so it co-witnesses with the shorter MPX irons a little easier. It may look funny as it has the rubber protector over it.



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Mr. Silencer Factory SBR wearing an SWR Specwar 556



P226 with 22lr x-change kit Wearing a Spectre II



Salvo 12 than now lives on my Benelli Super Nova



There is a bunch more but this is all I currently have pictures of.





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Very cool slipjett! What cans are #2 and #4 from the right?


Those are Knights 556QDC and 556QDC/CQB rifle suppressors found here.



...but resist, we much. We must, and we will much, about that, be committed. Al Sharpton 2011
 
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Very cool slipjett! What cans are #2 and #4 from the right?


Those are Knights 556QDC and 556QDC/CQB rifle suppressors found here.


Actually, they are the 762QDC/CQB and 556QDC/CQB from right to left...now another NFA item

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Not as impressive as slipjett's but here's a few of mine. Waiting on a few others. Sorry for the lighting, it was so bright out.




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argolfer, very nice collection, quality over quantity any day. Here's when I could get all my cans, pistons and adapters in one case...
 
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