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    Best 7.62 Budget friendly suppressor >800

    Alright, i'm sure this has been covered in previous threads but I really would like others input. So here it is, i'm looking for a 7.62 suppressor that way it can be backwards compatible with my AR while still being able to use it on my RPR. So what would everyone recommend? Thanks for the insight!

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    Call Bobcat Steel. They have some new 7.62 cans. Check them out on Facebook for more info.

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    Bobcat steel is great to deal with. I also have a Liberty freedom for demo. It's a nice can runs right at $700.00
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    Depends on what length you want.

    Little long, but priced right, is the AAC 762SD

    The Sig SRD762-QD I thought was impressive, I plan on getting one for a 300blk can.

    Rugged, Griffin, AAC, Sig, all make solid suppressors for under $800

    Those are all QD too. Plenty of good direct thread cans in there as well

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    I have been running a YHM Phantom M2 on my RAS-47 for about a year now and I have been very happy with it. Most people who shoot it with me comment that they cannot believe how well it suppresses an AK.

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    I've been very pleased with my SiCo Omega; I've run it on 308, 6.5 Creedmoor and 6mm Dasher bolt guns and 5.56 ARs from 18 to 10.5".
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    Quote Originally Posted by avboiler11 View Post
    I've been very pleased with my SiCo Omega; I've run it on 308, 6.5 Creedmoor and 6mm Dasher bolt guns and 5.56 ARs from 18 to 10.5".
    Hard to beat the Omega... I have a whole bunch of suppressors, including a few 30 cal, and the Omega is my go to 30 cal can.

    You may also want to look in to a Thunderbeast Ultra 7 since it will be on an RPR. It will work fine on an AR as well. Not budget friendly though.

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    We have a Gemtech Tracker for under 500, excellent performance on 7.62

    https://tacticalgunreview.com/gemtec...lencer-review/
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    Quote Originally Posted by avboiler11 View Post
    I've been very pleased with my SiCo Omega; I've run it on 308, 6.5 Creedmoor and 6mm Dasher bolt guns and 5.56 ARs from 18 to 10.5".
    I have one of these in jail. Paid $805, think, at Prepper4 in Bluffton. Plus SilencerCo has $200 worth of free stuff from their website if you buy it this year.

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