Suppressor Cover Suggestions

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Suppressor Cover Suggestions

Post by IAShooters » Wed Feb 01, 2017 2:46 pm

I am hoping to have my first couple of suppressors next month now that Iowa is finally on board. :D

I am looking for some suggestions on a good quality Suppressor Cover for the can that is going on my RPR 6.5CM rifle.
Any positive feedback would be appreciated.

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Re: Suppressor Cover Suggestions

Post by doubloon » Wed Feb 01, 2017 10:18 pm

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Re: Suppressor Cover Suggestions

Post by newgunguy3 » Thu Feb 02, 2017 2:06 am

I have Armageddon Gear and Rifles Only (HADs) right now and a TabGear SAS3 on order. I love the AG for ease of install and the fact that it stays in place. The RO HAD has MUCH better heat abatement (though it means it's trapped in the can more rather than cooling). I'm hoping the TabGear (with optional shock cord) gives the best of both. There are several other very reputable covers out there but these are who I've used.

One other thing you HAVE to get -- the RO suppressor pouch https://www.riflesonly.com/high-heat-su ... -the-fatty You can take a suppressor off a weapon and throw it in the pouch without having to wait 30 minutes for the can to cool or risk that it burns or melts anything. I've been using one for 8 - 9 months (before they officially appeared on the web site). Highly recommended.

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Re: Suppressor Cover Suggestions

Post by IAShooters » Fri Feb 03, 2017 12:44 pm

newgunguy3 wrote:I have Armageddon Gear and Rifles Only (HADs) right now and a TabGear SAS3 on order. I love the AG for ease of install and the fact that it stays in place. The RO HAD has MUCH better heat abatement (though it means it's trapped in the can more rather than cooling). I'm hoping the TabGear (with optional shock cord) gives the best of both. There are several other very reputable covers out there but these are who I've used.

One other thing you HAVE to get -- the RO suppressor pouch https://www.riflesonly.com/high-heat-su ... -the-fatty You can take a suppressor off a weapon and throw it in the pouch without having to wait 30 minutes for the can to cool or risk that it burns or melts anything. I've been using one for 8 - 9 months (before they officially appeared on the web site). Highly recommended.
I have been looking at the Armageddon Gear covers, prolly will spring for one. I will check out the pouches you mentioned.
thanks
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Re: Suppressor Cover Suggestions

Post by jimbo45 » Tue Feb 07, 2017 8:38 pm

newgunguy3 wrote:I have Armageddon Gear and Rifles Only (HADs) right now and a TabGear SAS3 on order. I love the AG for ease of install and the fact that it stays in place. The RO HAD has MUCH better heat abatement (though it means it's trapped in the can more rather than cooling). I'm hoping the TabGear (with optional shock cord) gives the best of both. There are several other very reputable covers out there but these are who I've used.

One other thing you HAVE to get -- the RO suppressor pouch https://www.riflesonly.com/high-heat-su ... -the-fatty You can take a suppressor off a weapon and throw it in the pouch without having to wait 30 minutes for the can to cool or risk that it burns or melts anything. I've been using one for 8 - 9 months (before they officially appeared on the web site). Highly recommended.
Really you can just take the can off and put the suppressor in the pouch? Even when too hot touch? If so I'm going to need a couple of those

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Re: Suppressor Cover Suggestions

Post by newgunguy3 » Wed Feb 08, 2017 12:05 pm

jimbo45 wrote: Really you can just take the can off and put the suppressor in the pouch? Even when too hot touch? If so I'm going to need a couple of those
Yes, true. The pouches are lined with the same material that's in their new skinny cover so you're good to go.

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Re: Suppressor Cover Suggestions

Post by jt526 » Wed Feb 08, 2017 8:39 pm

I just got a cole tactical in, very impressed with the craftsmanship. Should work well, the TAB gear one I had didn't have enough coverage on the high temp stuff and melted the cordura after one use. Lots of overlap on the Cole,

https://www.cole-tac.com/collections/sh ... ssor-cover
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