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Suppressor Manufactures

Discussion in 'Firearms' started by HotWire, Apr 6, 2010.

  1. HotWire

    HotWire Monkey+

    Which manufactures do you prefer and for what calibers?

    BTW this is assuming you have a Tax stamp of course. ;)
  2. dragonfly

    dragonfly Monkey+++

    I don't own any...can't afford one! But AWC in Arizona, ( formerly of Texas), makes them in all calibers...and nice prices too! I used to make their parts for them before they finally went totally in-house".
  3. Nomad 2nd

    Nomad 2nd Monkey+++

    Red Jacket Firearms.

    But that MIGHT be because I used to work there!

    Welcome to Red Stick Firearms, Home of Red Jacket Firearms

    .Gov screwed up my paperwork, have ahd to start over.

    Waiting on a .30 Can for my AK's, a .22 can (That new ".22 mag" can he has... You should try it, Will built it to specs I wanted, and it is SWWWWEEET!)

    and a 12 Guage can for the SBS Saiga I'm also waiting on!

    Drop me a line if you want something, I can save you a couple bux.

    Do a trust if you do it.
  4. HotWire

    HotWire Monkey+

    Ditto what Nomad said here, a trust is the best way to go.

    I've used AAC suppressors in 223, 9mm and a GemTech 22.

    Love them all.
  5. melbo

    melbo Hunter Gatherer Administrator Founding Member

    I've got two cans from Tactical Innovations. Both .22LR - One on a Walther P22 and the other on a Volquartsen custom .22. Of course they also float between a few other hosts from time to time. I've got pictures here somewhere of one mounted on a Bushmaster with a Ceiner 22 adapter.

    I bought mine back in the day when the can was $100 as a show special at the Knob Creek Machine Gun Shoot. I think the Walther/Can combo was $500 then.

    I have plans to pick up a 5.56 as well as a .45 one of these days.
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