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  1. #21
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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg Nichols View Post
    Ok I checked it out, if they're legit this is an insane value.
    Whoa. That might accidentally end up on a patrol rifle until I go 10-10.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Papa View Post
    Whoa. That might accidentally end up on a patrol rifle until I go 10-10.
    Ya, I could only find 2 reviews on it and it seemed to be fine and operate in the same neighborhood as the Trek and Saker. Add to that that it's basically the perfect size for my application. My only problem is that the oldest review on it is from 09/03/2018, and I don't see a lot of data for durability and such.

    ETA: Did some more digging and find good responses to their integral suppression rifle uppers but zero first hand experience but 1, 1.5 min video of the product. The size is the most attractive thing to me and I don't want to Cheap Charlie a suppressor, I also don't want to be a beta tester on a substandard piece of kit.
    Last edited by Greg Nichols; 04-01-2019 at 10:02 AM.
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    I run a patrolman on a 10.5" and it works great.
    Quote Originally Posted by coastalcop View Post
    I ran the TREK-T on a sig 556 with the 10.5 barrel without issue. Right on the edge of hearing safe and pretty light.
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    Quote Originally Posted by coastalcop View Post
    I ran the TREK-T on a sig 556 with the 10.5 barrel without issue. Right on the edge of hearing safe and pretty light.
    I've found these for less than $350.00, may just have to jump in the water on a known product vs. pinching a penny on an unknown. still have to kick it around.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg Nichols View Post
    I've found these for less than $350.00, may just have to jump in the water on a known product vs. pinching a penny on an unknown. still have to kick it around.
    https://www.reddit.com/r/guns/commen...ncers_a_whirl/

    not intended as an endorsement, for the Witt or site. But they say look elsewhere for SBR use (one of the ONLY semi solid reviews I could find)

    The Trek-T worked well for me as long as you realize that it still sounds like an unsuppressed .22lr rifle shooting supers. BUT its not at Def-Tec 25 levels like it was unsuppressed and that is awesome.
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    Yhm has a K version of the Turbo that they are about to release its both direct thread and QD compatible. Here's the specs

    Weight:...............................10.5 oz. (direct thread); 11.7 oz. (Q.D.)

    Diameter:...........................1.562

    Length:..................................4.9 (direct thread); 5.5" (Q.D.)

    Construction:.....................17-4 Ph SS / Inconel

    Mount:................................Q.D. Flash Hider, Direct Thread

    Decibel Rating:...................138 dB

    $465 MSRP

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    Quote Originally Posted by C.J. Singleton View Post
    Diameter:...........................1.562”
    Too big. I can't go any bigger than 1.5" or it will touch the fore-rail
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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg Nichols View Post
    Too big. I can't go any bigger than 1.5" or it will touch the fore-rail
    1.562"? Squirt some KY on it and I'll bet you could squeeze it in there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LawDog View Post
    1.562"? Squirt some KY on it and I'll bet you could squeeze it in there.
    I dont want the heat transfer
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    I hope this thread keeps growing. We have a new dealer out here by Kingman that is planning a monthly range day, so you can use what you have waiting by him for the paperwork. I probably would not consider getting a can if after paying for it you had to wait forever just to use it. I will be looking for an all purpose type can. Probably in 308, so I could use it on my 5.56 and 6.5 caliber guns. Keep the info coming, please.

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