Looking to make my first nfa purchases and need some help


#1

So I really want to get the paperwork for a couple 556 cans in before the end of the year and in stuck.

I have an upper for a 10.5 pistol build from solgw coming and I’d like to get one for my 16" solgw build as well.

I have been eyeballing 2 trash pandas because size and weight, but it’s a .30 on a 556 and that’s going to be higher than average db ratings over a dedicated 556 can(from my over a year of reading).

I really can’t wait for Q to release a dedicated 556 can because the longer I wait the longer it takes for the stamps.

And because of this conundrum why should I buy any other 800-900$ can when the yhm cans are fantastic for the price.


#2

Lots of suppressor people here to help

@SuppressedNationJoey @suppressednation and many more


#3

go look at Rebel Silencers…cheap and easy to use for multiple calibers…I bought high end for my AR’s ( Surefire SOCOM QD ) and wish now I would have done something else, it’s a great can, but expensive…


#4

I sell suppressors and I have tested a lot of them. I actually really LOVE the yankee hill. They are quiet, light enough… easy to put on with the QD mount and the price is spot on.
I have spent and shot some expensive stuff… has not impressed me to much but for the Stinger Worx. But they are a grand worth of titanium.
Until Rex Silentium comes out with their new line of cans, Yankee Hill machine is the one I grab… I have 6 I think in use.


#5

The q cans are awesome. Little largwr then o prefer but thats me. I would highly not recommended a rebel. Repeat NOT!! They are cheap and you definitely get what u pay for. The yhm cans are very nice and great price point. Does come with higher back pressure. I’m a big fan of the Sand man S and rugged razor. Both are 30cal cans and if you want the added dB or two which your ears can’t hear add a 556 endcap. The new rms2 hopaii is a great 556 heavy use can. The rex honoris is short, sounds good but heavy. Really depends on what you are using them for as to what I’d recommend.


#6

I have yet myself to try a Sandman. But I will.
Rex Silentium is working hard on dropping weight. Totally new design coming out that is welded instead of having an outer tube


#7

What is the big difference besides length between the K, L, and S in the sandman?


#8

Just shot a few cans back to back and if you want a good 556 dedicated can look at the rms2 Hopaii!! Boy did it sound good. It’s beefy bit made for abuse.


#9

Now if only I could buy from them… hahhahahahaa


#10

for the average shooter/hunter they will do the job…if you compete/train and shoot a lot of rounds then higher end is better same with a lot of other low/high end items. a rebel can would work well for me and a lot of people on regular deer rifle for the limited use, it also gets someone into a can for a reasonable cost and for most part will also get them to buy more…one is never enough after you get the first one…