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Requesting recommendations from the group regarding cans for a Sig MCX Virtus 300 BO.


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Posts: 92 | Location: Houston, TX | Registered: April 03, 2012Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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I've currently got a SIG SRD762QD on mine.

That's a stopgap until I get a Dead Air Nomad titanium as a dedicated unit.

It's pretty front heavy with the SRD762 on there, so I definitely want the major weight savings of the Nomad Ti.


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SilencerCo Omega 9k
No contest.
Rated for .300blk subs or supers.
Lightest weight can out there.





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The Q direct thread cans and mounts for the QD cans are setup with a matching taper to the Sig barrel. I'm quite pleased with my Trash Panda.

But getting any suppressor depends a lot on your personal needs. Even if you're buying a suppressor dedicated to a gun you're going to want to optimize toward something, or have an objective in mind. A long, fat can is going to be quietest. A short can is going to be handier for moving. A rifle can will typically last longer (typ. if heavier), especially under heavy firing schedules, and can be used on larger calibers, which is great if you have other rifles to suppress. A pistol can rated for 300 would be great if you also need a pistol can for a 9mm handgun.
 
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Blackout is one of the easiest calibers to suppress effectively and I'm assuming you are going to be shooting a lot of subs since that's what Black excels at for short ranges. I have access to 57 suppressors on our books for testing and demonstration purposes and even the shorter .30 cal cans do very well on Blackout. For subs, many pistol cans are more than enough also. On any given day I will use a Griffin Optimus, an older Gemtech Quicksand titanium unit and a DA Ghost with a 3-lug adapter.From 16 yards away they are all very, very quiet with subs.


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I like Rustpot's idea of a direct-thread. It's a gun that was more-or-less made to utilize a silencer, and DT can save you some length and weight. Also depends how deep into silencers you are at this point. I understand why someone who only has one would want to get something more versatile but, if you've got some already, maybe consider DT. I know I have grown to appreciate the simplicity of the dedicated setup.
 
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^^ What he said.

The Virtus w/the SRD762QD is just barely longer than my 11.5" LMT without a suppressor.

The 300 BLK Virtus begs for a direct thread can dedicated to it for weight and length savings. Leave the can on that rifle and sleeve the longer suppressor-ready handguards over it (either OEM or the Midwest unit).

With a direct thread suppressor, the package will be the same length as an unsuppressed SBR.


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I have the Omega 9k and the Omega 300
The 9k stays on my 300 pistol. Supers are hearing safe and subs are quiet. A dedicated can direct threaded is the way to go. Keep in mind that if you move a can from host to host you will probably needs to re-zero .
 
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YHM Resonator K. There are several video's of it being used on that round. It is a great set up and a great value imho. I have the full size Resonator (love it) and have a K in process. Ymmv



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