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 Post subject: 762-SDN-6
PostPosted: Thu Sep 30, 2010 2:09 pm 
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Might as well go ahead and start the thread or ten more people will. I am guessing it a a shorter version of the 762-SD optimized for subsonic rounds? The question everyone will ask will be, when will it be available.


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 Post subject: Re: 762-SDN-6
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 Post subject: Re: 762-SDN-6
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It is an awesome can.

It performs very well with 300BLK, and does a damn good job with 5.56 too. I like it.

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 Post subject: Re: 762-SDN-6
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Hey Jason, I just bought a Noveske 12.5" crusader with the AAC blackout flash hider in 5.56 caliber. Will the new 762-SDN-6 can work with that setup or am I better off just sticking with the M4-2000?

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 Post subject: Re: 762-SDN-6
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 Post subject: Re: 762-SDN-6
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So this is a lighter weight/shorter length/ lower Db reducing version of the 762SD?


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 Post subject: Re: 762-SDN-6
PostPosted: Fri Oct 01, 2010 12:26 pm 
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LonghunterCO wrote:
So this is a lighter weight/shorter length/ lower Db reducing version of the 762SD?


Shorter but a little heavier it seems.


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 Post subject: Re: 762-SDN-6
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the_accuser wrote:
Hey Jason, I just bought a Noveske 12.5" crusader with the AAC blackout flash hider in 5.56 caliber. Will the new 762-SDN-6 can work with that setup or am I better off just sticking with the M4-2000?

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If you intend to stay 5.56, the m4-2000 will be a better performer. If you want a multi-caliber can, the 762-SDN-6 does pretty darn well with 5.56.

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 Post subject: Re: 762-SDN-6
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So is the 762-SDN-6 not rated for 7.62x51?

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 Post subject: Re: 762-SDN-6
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st33ve0 wrote:
So is the 762-SDN-6 not rated for 7.62x51?

Sorry for any confusion Steve, yes, the 762-SDN-6 is rated for 7.62x51/.308 Nato. And it's a damn good performer too.

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JasonAAC wrote:
st33ve0 wrote:
So is the 762-SDN-6 not rated for 7.62x51?

Sorry for any confusion Steve, yes, the 762-SDN-6 is rated for 7.62x51/.308 Nato. And it's a damn good performer too.

Cool, thanks for answering our deluge of questions Jason :D

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 Post subject: Re: 762-SDN-6
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 Post subject: Re: 762-SDN-6
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I just contacted my dealer about this, I am looking at building a suppressed gun for hunting. That can looks like its exactly what I want. DAMN YOU AAC DAMN YOU!!!!
So what the skinny, when we going to be able to buy these things ?

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 Post subject: Re: 762-SDN-6
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What are the differences between the 762SDN and the regular 762SD? I am looking into a multicalber can for both .308 and .223 and was set on the 762SD. Now that the 762SDN is out, which can would be a better choice for me? The can will be used on 1 16" .223, 1 20" .223 and an LMT MWS.


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 Post subject: Re: 762-SDN-6
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The 762SD is 9.1" OAL and weighs a little more than 19 ounces. It has eight baffles. The 762SDN is 7.7" OAL and weighs the same as the full sized 762SD because it has 9 baffles. The baffles used in the 762SDN are quite a bit different from those in the 762SD. One of the design goals with the 762SDN was to make the suppressor as tranparent to the host firearm as possible. We suceeded in minimizing cyclic rate and bolt velocity increase, which has the side benefit of less gas in the shooters face.

We recently metered the 762SDN on a 16" 5.56mm AR and got right around 136 dB metering mil-spec at one meter to the left.

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 Post subject: Re: 762-SDN-6
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SilentMike wrote:
The 762SD is 9.1" OAL and weighs a little more than 19 ounces. It has eight baffles. The 762SDN is 7.7" OAL and weighs the same as the full sized 762SD because it has 9 baffles. The baffles used in the 762SDN are quite a bit different from those in the 762SD. One of the design goals with the 762SDN was to make the suppressor as tranparent to the host firearm as possible. We suceeded in minimizing cyclic rate and bolt velocity increase, which has the side benefit of less gas in the shooters face.

We recently metered the 762SDN on a 16" AR and got right around 136 dB metering mil-spec at one meter to the left.

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 Post subject: Re: 762-SDN-6
PostPosted: Sun Oct 03, 2010 9:42 am 
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Have you guys shot this can on a 6.8SPC? Will this can mount on the mounts for the M4-2000?

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 Post subject: Re: 762-SDN-6
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dmtsc wrote:
Have you guys shot this can on a 6.8SPC? Will this can mount on the mounts for the M4-2000?


Don't know on the 68, but yes to the m4-2000 mount. the 762-SDN-6 will work on any 51T Ratchet mount.

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 Post subject: Re: 762-SDN-6
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JasonAAC wrote:
dmtsc wrote:
Have you guys shot this can on a 6.8SPC? Will this can mount on the mounts for the M4-2000?


Don't know on the 68, but yes to the m4-2000 mount. the 762-SDN-6 will work on any 51T Ratchet mount.


So for the slow guy in the corrner that just had the light bulb come on above his head: The M4-2000 mount is now compatable with the 762-SDN-6, the M4-2000, and the 762SD (new style 51T)?


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 Post subject: Re: 762-SDN-6
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LonghunterCO wrote:
JasonAAC wrote:
dmtsc wrote:
Have you guys shot this can on a 6.8SPC? Will this can mount on the mounts for the M4-2000?


Don't know on the 68, but yes to the m4-2000 mount. the 762-SDN-6 will work on any 51T Ratchet mount.


So for the slow guy in the corrner that just had the light bulb come on above his head: The M4-2000 mount is now compatable with the 762-SDN-6, the M4-2000, and the 762SD (new style 51T)?


Correct. The M4-2000, 762-SD, and 762-SDN-6 all share common mounting architecture.

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 Post subject: Re: 762-SDN-6
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So if I wanted to suppress 5.56, 7.62NATO/.308, .300BLK and 7.62x39 this would be THE can to get?

While I only have 5.56 right now, I would like to get the others and would like to have to pay for as little in taxes as I can.

What's the projected price?


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tcba_joe wrote:
So if I wanted to suppress 5.56, 7.62NATO/.308, .300BLK and 7.62x39 this would be THE can to get?

While I only have 5.56 right now, I would like to get the others and would like to have to pay for as little in taxes as I can.

What's the projected price?


Yes.

Price same as the M4-2000. info on second page of this PDF: http://300aacblackout.com/resources/300-BLK-infosheet.pdf

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 Post subject: Re: 762-SDN-6
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Dang...I wish I knew about this can a week ago...I just bought a 51T 762-SD(Form 4 was sent to the BATF last last Wed). I really like the reduced length of the can....oh well.


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 Post subject: Re: 762-SDN-6
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seattlite wrote:
Dang...I wish I knew about this can a week ago...I just bought a 51T 762-SD(Form 4 was sent to the BATF last last Wed). I really like the reduced length of the can....oh well.


51T 762-SD is an awesome can. And you'll have your can in hand by the time these are widely available at dealers.

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 Post subject: Re: 762-SDN-6
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JasonAAC wrote:
seattlite wrote:
Dang...I wish I knew about this can a week ago...I just bought a 51T 762-SD(Form 4 was sent to the BATF last last Wed). I really like the reduced length of the can....oh well.


51T 762-SD is an awesome can. And you'll have your can in hand by the time these are widely available at dealers.



Will these new 762SDN's be available before shot show?

From the number in the pdf it appears the 762SDN is about 4 db's louder on the 7.62x 51 than the regular 762SD, is this a noticable difference? Would this can be hearing safe in an outdoor enviroment?

Any numbers on the db reduction when using this 762sdn on a 5.56mm rifle?


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