Ruger suppressors

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Ruger suppressors

Postby Nathan » Fri Jan 08, 2016 4:18 pm

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Re: Ruger suppressors

Postby hkguy » Mon Jan 11, 2016 8:46 am

this excites me, hopefully this will start the push to get them off the NFA registry.
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Re: Ruger suppressors

Postby MisterB » Mon Jan 11, 2016 9:33 am

The more Rugers I have owned, the less impressed I am with their quality. They are all gone out of my arsenal now, and I'm happy with that decision. I don't know that I would trust a suppressor that they make. That said, it IS good news for the suppressor market in general, because it makes it more mainstream. You have obama saying he can't understand why anyone would need a suppressor. Ok, listen dinkwad... In more rural USA (an area you only apparently fly over), we sometimes shoot outdoors vs at an indoor range. The sound can be a problem for some neighbors and ranchers, and suppressors can help with that. We also enjoy hunting. Being able to hear your prey walking through the trees and brush is helpful, but so is not damaging your hearing from touching off a 300 Win Mag round from a deer rifle without hearing protection. We also like to protect our homes from intruders in the night, and firing off rounds in a hallway can lead to permanent hearing loss. Get it obama? We're not trying to be martini sipping assassins like you watch in movies.

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Re: Ruger suppressors

Postby Nathan » Mon Jan 11, 2016 1:11 pm

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Re: Ruger suppressors

Postby hkguy » Mon Jan 11, 2016 1:34 pm

their cans are going to be no worse than anything on the market. They are utilizing a modified K-baffle. the K-baffle is a pretty standard design so these should work well and have a decent service life. I bet these are priced in the 2-300 range too. if they weigh in somewhere between a hunterstown and Silenerco ill be happy.
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Re: Ruger suppressors

Postby MisterB » Mon Jan 11, 2016 2:19 pm

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