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Discussion in 'Class III / NFA' started by mad88minute, Feb 19, 2020.
No thanks, I'll still hang on to them.
Appreciate the offer though.
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I am currently in the exact same boat as you. I thought about getting the Hybrid as well since I could use it on my pistols and AR. Then I read about it being heavy for a pistol suppressor and ok for a rifle suppressor. And as pronstar says, you will never only have one can.
I decided to get the Osprey 45 as my first can and then get a dedicated can for my AR. As for cleaning, if you get a Silencerco one, you can send it back to them and they will clean it for free for you.
After you buy your rifle, scope and bullets. A suppressor is the best thing you can buy for outdoor hunting/target application.
Removal baffles don't really bring much to the table. IMHO
Hybrid is a solid can. Works on anything. If weight is an issue... looking to that. I have the .30 harvester. It's like a feather on the end of the rifle.
Currently have my Hybrid on my .243 bolt. It does a good job suppressing the loud sucker. I would like to try a .30cal cap on it.
The hybrid is a great can in my humble opinion. I love mine. I run it mainly on my sbr in 300 blackout
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