SILENCERS - SUPPRESSOR

edmorseiii

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What distributor has the best prices on Silencers

Probably Silencershop.com or capitalarmory.com.

But unless it's a smoking deal, I buy them from local dealers. I don't mind paying the $40 or $50 to give the profit to the local guy.
 
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I buy from Silencershop.com. My local dealer doesn't care at all if I buy from them or direct, so long as it goes through him. Says he makes the same regardless. Not sure how that works...
 

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Since you asked distributor and not retailer...

Lipseys or Sports South. My experience with Sport South is if I order on a Monday i will have it by Thursday or Friday including the form 3 processing time. Lipseys same pricing but can take up to two weeks since they only ship class 3 on Fridays and have one person processing all their ATF paperwork. Lipseys tends to have slightly more inventory.
 

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Since you asked distributor and not retailer...

Lipseys or Sports South. My experience with Sport South is if I order on a Monday i will have it by Thursday or Friday including the form 3 processing time. Lipseys same pricing but can take up to two weeks since they only ship class 3 on Fridays and have one person processing all their ATF paperwork. Lipseys tends to have slightly more inventory.

Is the processing time down to a week? Last time I looked into it it was almost a year. Then again, I was in a backwater.
 
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There's no such thing as cheapest distributor that I've found, they seem to all be pretty close on cans. Check around and just keep an eye open for sales.
 
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We have a local manufacturer here in Jefferson City MO who makes suppressors. His company is called EOS, and all of his cans are user serviceable. Local shop has them in stock for $680 for a titanium .30cal can last I was in there.
 

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There's no such thing as cheapest distributor that I've found, they seem to all be pretty close on cans. Check around and just keep an eye open for sales.

I agree with this. Recently picked up a Slincerco Octane K45 from Lipseys because it was on sale for $150 off. Too good to pass up.
 

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You didn't say what caliber, but JSE Surplus has had really good deals on .22 suppressors a couple of times in the last year or so.
 

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So looking more in to it I think I can just do a 45 can with adapter for 9 and 40 and a 30 cal can and use it on my 5.56 to.

So I guess a good 45 cal & 30 cal can
 
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I shoot 556 out of my 30 Cal can almost exclusively. It quiets the gun down, but it still throws spark and sometimes belches flame. Once I started shooting under nods I realized I needed a 556 can, I have on in NFA jail now. 556 is loud, even with the can.

Pistol cans are a novelty. Cool, but pretty useless unless you have a pistol caliber carbine.

22 cans are kind of a disappoinment unless you are putting it on a 22 pistol or a bolt rifle. Auto actions are loud, on my 16" 10/22 I could hardly tell the difference with or with out it.
 
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