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  • OnyxATX

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    I'm looking into one for a 300 blackout build, as well as tossing on my 5.56 with the different end plate. For smaller barrels, this one is seeming pretty appealing. (Range about 150-200 meters tops for these builds)

    I'm curious on how it may run on my Remington 700 in .308. I know it's not really a can designed for longer range shooting (from my understanding) but I was curious on real world experience for both sound suppression and affecting the POI at ranges say out to 500 meters.
     

    kabob

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    They've just been released to the public for Form 4 transfer so you're not going to see personal reviews on them until approvals starting coming back in a few months.
     

    Robo4642

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    Sweet can. I haven't shot one, but I love my sparrow and octane 9 so I know they make a great product. Best part about the Saker is the ability to mount it on AAC 51t mounts. Since I have an M4-2000 that makes it compatible with all my rifles. Hell I'll probably just buy the AAC 7.62 mounts and keep them all the same. Can't wait to get one.
     

    kabob

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    I'd switch over to the silencerco mount, myself. It latches firmer than the AAC 51T and won't strip teeth over time. Also, S-Co's Trifecta mount's prongs are designed not to ping like a tuning fork.
     

    Das Jared

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    I'd switch over to the silencerco mount, myself. It latches firmer than the AAC 51T and won't strip teeth over time. Also, S-Co's Trifecta mount's prongs are designed not to ping like a tuning fork.

    That's a huge plus, that shit is annoying. So, the AAC SDN6 will mount to the trifecta mount as well, correct?

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    OnyxATX

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    It's my understanding it's basically the can, then you screw in the mount for either AAC 51T, YHM, or the SilencerCo stuff... so three mounts to screw into one can depending on the muzzle device you've got on there. That being said, the mount is SUPER easy to take on and off.

    I could be wrong on this (please tell me if I am). So you can use whatever muzzle device you want, but you need the correct mount for the can.

    Still not 100% sure on this, but that's the information I've gathered from playing with them in person and researching online. That being said, I didn't want to pick up a demo can with the 51T mount and try to slap it onto a Trifecta flash hider or just start playing legos with things that aren't mine.
     

    1slow01Z71

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    It's my understanding it's basically the can, then you screw in the mount for either AAC 51T, YHM, or the SilencerCo stuff... so three mounts to screw into one can depending on the muzzle device you've got on there. That being said, the mount is SUPER easy to take on and off.

    I could be wrong on this (please tell me if I am). So you can use whatever muzzle device you want, but you need the correct mount for the can.

    Still not 100% sure on this, but that's the information I've gathered from playing with them in person and researching online. That being said, I didn't want to pick up a demo can with the 51T mount and try to slap it onto a Trifecta flash hider or just start playing legos with things that aren't mine.
    You are correct. As long as youve got a 51t, yhm or asr muzzle device on your gun the saker can mount to it. You simply need to buy the corresponding MAAD module for the can to swap out so the can can mate to your muzzke device. With that said the maad module is expensive at $200 so unless youve got a ton of one brand mount IMO it makes more sense to seap all of them to the saker trifecta muzzke devices. That mount system is the best out there and works well.
     
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