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2 hours ago, LangdoniousRex said:

I love mine as well as the Hybrid 46. Between the two cans, they fit just about anything centerfire as long as you pony up another $1k or so for accessories. 

I’m considering the Hybrid 46 next but may choose a low back pressure can instead. I’m hoping they offer another bogo. Silencerco did the last bogo 3 weeks after I bought this one. 
 

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I was told that if you can only buy one can, it should be a .22lr.  Not sure if I completely agree, but his real point was that no matter what I got, I should also get a dedicated .22.  I can't say it was bad advise.

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On 2/2/2024 at 8:38 AM, DHF said:

Very nice.  Congratulations on getting it home where it belongs.

 

12 hours ago, LangdoniousRex said:

... as long as you pony up another $1k or so for accessories. 

No truer words.  Suppressors, firearms, performance cars, boats, planes and women.  The easy part is saving up to purchase them.  It is the cost of keeping them running and accessorized that'll kill you. 

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3 minutes ago, DHF said:

I was told that if you can only buy one can, it should be a .22lr.  Not sure if I completely agree, but his real point was that no matter what I got, I should also get a dedicated .22.  I can't say it was bad advise.

From a budget perspective, that logic applies. If budget isn't a concern, throwing in a rimfire can along with another, since they are relatively cheap, also makes sense. My first can purchase, I bought 5, including a rimfire can. Buying them in batches, if you have the means, is the way.

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6 minutes ago, DHF said:

 

No truer words.  Suppressors, firearms, performance cars, boats, planes and women.  The easy part is saving up to purchase them.  It is the cost of keeping them running and accessorized that'll kill you. 

That more applies to the modular cans. Instead of buying 10 dedicated cans, you can buy 2 and a pile of accessories to get the same outcome and since the accessories aren't NFA items, it makes things a bit easier and less time consuming. Once you have them, cans are super low maintenance.

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10 minutes ago, LangdoniousRex said:

 My first can purchase, I bought 5, including a rimfire can. Buying them in batches, if you have the means, is the way.

I agree with this.  I have a trust and it has it's own checking account.  A good friend suggested I fund the account with the funds for what I wanted &/or set up a regular monthly addition to it so it would contain the funds for everything I wanted so the funds were already set aside for the items.  I ended up purchasing similar to how you did.

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14 hours ago, DHF said:

southernasylum, let us know your thoughts on the Omega 36M after you get to play with it a little, I you could.

Will do. So far I’ve only taken it out once and love it. I shot 300blk, both subs and supersonic, 5.56 and 9mm. I know your not supposed to because of fouling but I shot a couple mags of .22 as well. That made me want a .22 suppressor now! 
I did buy several muzzle devices and a piston mount while I was waiting for the approval. This makes shooting much more enjoyable and shooting a suppressed pistol is just plain fun!

-southernasylum

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22 suppressors are so much fun! I've got a Mask and it's some of the best $$ I've spent.  I'm thinking about picking up another 22 suppressor in either aluminum or titanium.  

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