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    Site Supporter rob_s's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Duces Tecum View Post
    this guy is very interesting to me. If I'm understanding this correctly, I can get .223 and .308 FH & MB mounts and this can will attach to them all? So I can put a .223 MB on a game gun, a .223 MB on a dedicated suppressed gun, and a .308 FH on a bolt gun should I ever want to be able to mount the can to it?

    It's fatter than I'd prefer, but at this weight and OAL I can make do!

    Maximum rated caliber
    .30 caliber, up to .300 RUM
    Material
    Titanium
    Length 6.25 inches
    Diameter
    1.8-inch max OD
    Mounts CB series brake or flash hider
    Weight
    9.6 ounces
    Brake threads available
    1/2-28*, 5/8-24, 9/16-24, 3/4-24, 3/4-28, M18x1.0, M18x1.5
    Finish
    Black CeraKote; OD Green or FDE available
    Brake Material
    Heat-treated 17-4 stainless
    Brake Finish
    Ionbond DLC
    Use
    Precision/Long-range
    Price $1235

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    Supporting Business Hansohn Brothers's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by HRoark View Post
    Is that 2021 a typo? Or do you really mean September 2021?
    Oops, you are correct, 2020.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rob_s View Post
    this guy is very interesting to me. If I'm understanding this correctly, I can get .223 and .308 FH & MB mounts and this can will attach to them all? So I can put a .223 MB on a game gun, a .223 MB on a dedicated suppressed gun, and a .308 FH on a bolt gun should I ever want to be able to mount the can to it?
    Yes to all questions.

  4. #14
    @Hansohn Brothers

    Are you putting names on a wait list for these?
    Fred’s Principle: The smartest of a large number of hamsters is still a hamster.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan_S View Post
    @Hansohn Brothers

    Are you putting names on a wait list for these?
    Once I add it to the website, the waitlist will be able to be joined.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hansohn Brothers View Post
    Once I add it to the website, the waitlist will be able to be joined.
    Ok, well...check your emails. 😝
    Fred’s Principle: The smartest of a large number of hamsters is still a hamster.

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    I wouldn’t get my hopes up for that Sept. 2020 delivery date. The way they are backed up with “regular” ultras, Sept. 2021 may still be a bit optimistic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by msstate56 View Post
    I wouldn’t get my hopes up for that Sept. 2020 delivery date. The way they are backed up with “regular” ultras, Sept. 2021 may still be a bit optimistic.
    The nice thing about TBAC is their website has approximate delivery dates for dealer orders and it’s been fairly accurate over the years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clusterfrack View Post
    My AAC and Silencerco cans have all had issues—QD mounts sucking and parts failure. The build quality isn’t close to SF or TBAC. I’d rather pay more for a good product that I trust. As well, staying with one or two brands allows interchangeable mounts.
    I concur. I had a SiCo ASR mount fail on an Omega, stripped the teeth on a muzzle device, under pretty standard use and conditions. As a result, it came loose a couple times. It shouldn't have failed.

    Replaced the ASR with Q Cherry Bomb and Plan B, no issues since, and it's noticeably lighter. When I bought it, it was by far the best multi-caliber "do-all" option for a person wanting a .30cal/.223 can. I'm still happy with it (for my purposes), but I had to jump through hoops and spend extra money. I'd likely choose differently today though.

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