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    What does that weapon weigh in at with the can? Also, what is the overall length with the can?

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    I'll get back to you with that info Tech Man, it might take a few days. This is shaping up to be a crazy long week already.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KiowaDriver85 View Post
    I'll get back to you with that info Tech Man, it might take a few days. This is shaping up to be a crazy long week already.
    No problemo bro...stay safe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kiowadriver85 View Post
    thought i'd share some pictures of my completed xcr. It has been in the works since december 2012. I bought it from kermit as a pistol, waited for the form 1 to be approved (9-months) and added the fast stock afterwards. In september 2013 i bought the sdn-6 and just received the stamp this past monday. 8-month wait, the shortest i've had yet. List of additions are:

    Bushnell trs-25 on leapers hi-profile riser
    magpul miad grip
    magpul buis front and rear
    mapgul ms3 sling with rsa on the forward rail
    magpul rvg
    aac blackout muzzle brake
    aac 762-sdn-6

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    i've only shot it with the suppressor once so far, and the blackout is my first experience utilizing a muzzle break. That being said, i went to an indoor range for my initial firing. First couple shots with the brake only were quite the experience. Thankfully my sisters and i were the only ones there or i would have felt like a real asshole. To say the muzzle blast was mildly disorienting is no exaggeration. I wouldn't want to even think about firing indoors without wearing at least single and preferably double hearing protection. With the suppressor on however, it was an incredibly experience. The xcr recoils mildly as is, but with the suppressor it really felt like shooting a 22lr. I couldn't believe how mild the recoil was. I didn't try taking my hearing protection off but have no doubt that outdoors it wouldn't be an issue. The muzzle blast and sound was dramatically decreased and was a true pleasure to shoot. The only negative thing i can say is that it adds some serious weight to the end of an already heavy weapon. It was a challenge for my sisters to handle and they're both experienced firearms handlers. Can't image what it'd feel like dangling off the end of a 16" xcr.

    Couldn't be more pleased with the end result. All i want now is a 300 blkout conversion!

    Here's a short video of my sister firing my suppressed (ti-rant 45) glock 21 and me with the xcr.


    outstanding!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tech Man View Post
    I hope you have titanium baffles nearest the barrel, because that short barrel is going to be rough on your baffles.

    Baffle Blast with all SBR's are a big issue. The shorter the barrel, the baffle erosion is exponential. Ti though is not the answer, there really is no answer. The strongest baffle material is inconel steel. I believe almost all Silencers now use Inconel Steel for the baffles. Also, The heavier the silencer the better (here heft = strong).

    I too have have a 7.5" in Micro
    1) to reduce muzzle blast, I use a reduce load with trail boss and 55gr FMJ. It is about 1750 fps.
    2) even with regular high velocity .223 ammo... YHM says they will replace the baffles at a cost of only $200 (if you want to play, you have to pay!).




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    Nice looking Kit, Cartman. I went the YHM route first, but having the manufacturer 10 minutes from my office, made SilencerCo an easier choice. I'll take pics the first time I have the Saker apart for cleaning. All my rifles are SBR'd now between 9inch and 12inch so I was worried about erosion. Only time will tell. I'm keeping crazy records because I'm curious on the wear as well.


    Paul

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    My can fits my AAC and YHM QD mounts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SLCXCR View Post
    Nice looking Kit, Cartman. I went the YHM route first, but having the manufacturer 10 minutes from my office, made SilencerCo an easier choice. I'll take pics the first time I have the Saker apart for cleaning. All my rifles are SBR'd now between 9inch and 12inch so I was worried about erosion. Only time will tell. I'm keeping crazy records because I'm curious on the wear as well.


    Paul

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    My can fits my AAC and YHM QD mounts.

    I have a .308 5/8x24" AAC Blackout Mount. It has never been used. I took it off of my .300BLK Noveske Upper. Will let it go for $85 shipped. You interested?

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    You ARE the devil! I've not decided on my 308 platform yet. But, that would really piss people off at the range on my 7.62x39 kit......


    **Edit*
    Went to find the wallet and found my trifecta for the 7.62 kit. Thanks for the offer. I've bought a lot of gear on the forum without one problem.
    Last edited by SLCXCR; 05-13-2014 at 06:05 PM.

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    Both are very sexy ladies, nicely done! I've been working a prototype ACR adapter to get a feel for the stock and make tweaks. With some cheek piece modifications, I have to say that the ACR stock is my favorite so far. Once I get the adapter done, I'm going to have to put some serious effort into a line of stocks. For what an adapter and the stock cost, they should carry the weapon for you and jump into the ready automatically when needed.
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    Now that is one sexy gun..

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