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There are a couple of new products but I'm going to focus on this one.   

The AAC Jaeger 30.   MSRP $449.   Sounds awesome.   A very affordable can rated for 300 win mag and smaller.  


https://www.advanced-armament.com/Jaeger-30_p_752.html?_bta_tid=26896381835476429281285461836602537231131002527621154498876057792524250710884059197117094903527809609254
 

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The Jaeger 30 features a Grade 9 Titanium mount and blast baffle. The outer tube and monolithic core are machined from 7075 T6 Aluminum. The black anodized Titanium mount is the strongest component of the silencer and carries the serial number and data panel. The 5/8-24 threads of the Jaeger 30 are compatible with the majority of .30 caliber hunting rifles found in today’s marketplace. The 7075 T6 Aluminum tube and monocore are finished with Type 3 hard coat anodize in a beautifully contrasting OD Green

 

 

Everything sounds amazing until you get to that aluminum mono core.   I'm very curious how long that would last shooting 300 win mag through it.  

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I’m excited to see the Jaeger.  An affordable, relatively lightweight, direct thread .30 caliber suppressor would likely sell pretty well. 

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For Single Shot or Bolt...guess how many people are gonna slap those on an AR10/similar and then complain when it has premature failure lol.

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Since the mount is the serialized bit, would they be able to provide replacement parts (tube and monocore) or upgrade more easily?

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3 hours ago, TomInMN said:

Since the mount is the serialized bit, would they be able to provide replacement parts (tube and monocore) or upgrade more easily?

Yes they will be able to repair more easily.  But they can’t provide it.  You’d still have to send it to them and they do the repairs.  

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Thanks. I'm still fairly ignorant where these laws are concerned. Frankly, if like a suppressor or three, but I don't want to deal with the extra hassle.

 

I hope we can get HPA or something like it passed soon. Seems to not be very likely though...

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6 hours ago, TomInMN said:

 

I hope we can get HPA or something like it passed soon. Seems to not be very likely though...

 That ship sailed when the Republicans failed to put in any effort to get it done before they lost control of the house. 

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1 hour ago, Chucktshoes said:

 That ship sailed when the Republicans failed to put in any effort to get it done before they lost control of the house. 

Yep. Maybe an executive order though. Oh, wait, that's for banning bump stocks...

 

Sigh.

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