7.62 cans. Who’s got one?

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    7.62 cans. Who’s got one?

    Getting ready bite the bullet and get a can. I’ve been putting it off for about a year know. Anyone got any recommendations or input? Thanks

    #2
    I’ve got a Harvester 300 in jail right now. Older brother runs a Bowers Vers .458. Younger brother has two Harvesters, a rimfire can, and one for his .475 Tremor, but I can’t remeber what it is.

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      #3
      I have a AAC 7.62 SD that i run on a sbr no complaints about it.

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        #4
        I've got a Mask and a Nomad L in jail. 111 and 96 days into the wait. I can give you a review of the Nomad hopefully by the end of the year.

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          #5
          AAC 7.62 SD and Rugged Razor here. If I was to choose between the two, I would go with the Rugged Razor. It is user serviceable and you have the ability to change out the end caps.

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            #6
            Originally posted by krttrkllr View Post
            AAC 7.62 SD and Rugged Razor here. If I was to choose between the two, I would go with the Rugged Razor. It is user serviceable and you have the ability to change out the end caps.
            Thanks. The rugged razor was exactly what I was looking at. Watched a few reviews on YouTube. Rugged razor was recommended.

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              #7
              I'm a Thunderbeast fan.

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                #8
                Another vote for Thunderbeast. I have an AAC and I was less than impressed with it's impact on my Tikka in 6.5CM.
                RIP PBB

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                  #9
                  Harvester here. I generally shoot 6.5 CM and .308. It works well on both bolt and gas guns.

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                    #10
                    AAC SDN-6 I bought when it was the new flavor has held up great. Rugged Obsidian45 is my latest for multipurpose subs-only shooting.

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                      #11
                      Originally posted by 78bronco460 View Post
                      AAC SDN-6 I bought when it was the new flavor has held up great. Rugged Obsidian45 is my latest for multipurpose subs-only shooting.
                      I've cleaned mine in my ultra sonic tank a couple times and it's worn some of the anodizing off. Now it looks battle worn.
                      RIP PBB

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                        #12
                        Had a harvester. Going to get another one. Have an Omega. The omega is really nice but I think the harvester is a little quieter. The harvester is probably 1- 1 1/2" longer than the omega.

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                          #13
                          Deadair Sandman-S. It stays mainly on my 6.5 Grendel, but I also use it on my FAL and one of my 5.56 ARs.

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                            #14
                            Looking like it will be the Rugger Razor. Rated for .300 RUM and belt fed.

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                              #15
                              I have an AAC 762SDN6 it was my first can and garbage. Heavy, not mag rated and awful mounting system. It lives on a 300BO SBR. I also have a sandman Ti which is a great direct thread can that’s cheap long and quiet but I only use it for precision bolt guns. My favorite can is an omega 300 with a flat cap, it’s short, quiet and versatile with different mounting options. I mainly use it with an area 419 adapter on hunting rifles.

                              Rugged makes good stuff and the razor is nice but on the heavy side. My next can will be a rugged radiant, all the good things about the razor but modular and much lighter. I like the shorter setup for hunting rifle use. Also uses a light weight QD brake. Definitely can’t go wrong with thunderbeast either but they’re harder to get a hold of.
                              Last edited by Jnull; 07-07-2020, 11:15 PM.

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