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Anybody familiar with the company? Has anyone test drove one of there suppressors?

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I personally haven't heard of them. Definitely make sure you can find lots of personal reviews, not just company. I learned that one the hard way.

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Seems like everyone is trying to enter the cab business. I would buy from a known and reputable company with great customer service. Thunder beast is awesome. When I’m buying a product that I’m most likely buying for life, save up and spend a little more on it.

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Be careful about dealing with new companies. Some years back a friend of mine got his Class 3 license and hooked up with a new suppressor company here in Tennessee. I bought a .22 suppressor partly just to help him out and also because this new outfit was making some screaming introductory deals. Well, they didn't last. My suppressor works great, but if it ever needs service, I'm just screwed. 

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Not screwed, there are plenty of companies that service silencers. A friend of mine has a company that records and jailbreaks silencers. 

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