Who runs a suppressor on their rifle? I've always been interested in them but can't justify buying the federal tax stamp to have one, legally, and spend the $1000 plus for one. What is everyone's take on them? Pros? Cons? Experiences?

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Who runs a suppressor on their rifle? I’ve always been interested in them but can’t justify buying the federal tax stamp to have one, legally, and spend the $1000 plus for one. What is everyone’s take on them? Pros? Cons? Experiences?

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SiCo Harvester are like $600 and are pretty short and light.

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Love mine, have 4 rifles threaded for same .30 cal supressor, shoots .308, 22-250, anything almost.
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I bought one I run on my Grendel and it fits my 308 plus I have a Mosin Nagant I can put it on also but that’s just for fun

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Officials are shooting themselves in the foot over this. I agree that there should be some kind of record as to who is using one. Problem is, with it being so expensive, I might have seen only a couple legit ones, and maybe several homemade ones. Not the smartest folks on the planet making the rules!

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It’s still loud on a ar. Whene you get it on you’ll be like “I just laid down a grand and 6 months of excruciating waiting for this. But it will give you more dead yotes. I’ve killed several xtra dogs and even had a second shot I wouldn’t have had. Walked up on one time. Had to shoot standing. Missed the first shot. He jumped and looked where the bullet hit. The next one he wasn’t so lucky. I caught 5 out in the open one afternoon. They were in a herd of cows. Every time one got clear I busted him. 5 down in one spot. Now that was cool.
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