Custom Liberty 300Blk SBR Can

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Re: Custom Liberty 300Blk SBR Can

Post by wacki » Thu Mar 27, 2014 2:06 am

strobro, how far away from the end of the hand guard does the Beer can sit from the rail?

Wondering if the noveske 8.2" + 7" rail is better than a Ranier 8.5" + 7" rail.

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Re: Custom Liberty 300Blk SBR Can

Post by strobro32 » Thu Mar 27, 2014 3:48 pm

.140"
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Re: Custom Liberty 300Blk SBR Can

Post by 1slow01Z71 » Thu Mar 27, 2014 9:22 pm

Really wish he wouldve kept the original lighter version. If he had I'd have one on order. Ive got plenty of other 30 cal cans, I want a short, fat and light can specifically for my 300blk. Does Dave still do one-off cans? Ive already got a 9" AAC with a specwar, I want a 6" barrel upper and one of these for subs and playing around but I'm having trouble deciding due to the weight. Its a pretty thick chunk.
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Re: Custom Liberty 300Blk SBR Can

Post by strobro32 » Thu Mar 27, 2014 10:03 pm

I don't know if he still makes customs but if he gives you a quote. let me know! A light weight 300BO 6" barrel and 6" can for subs would be fun.
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Re: Custom Liberty 300Blk SBR Can

Post by TEXMEX » Tue Apr 01, 2014 6:52 pm

wacki wrote:Ok, I'm wondering why the beer cans are so rare. Seems like everyone makes them long and skinny which makes no sense to me since a beer can is about as wide as the gun anyway. So I don't see the advantage of the skinny. The long on the other hand makes indoor maneuvers cumbersome.

I have a beer can tall boy for my Uzi. An AWCMK9, comes in at 2" x 11.75" and weighs 29 oz. Portly little thing.

Then there is the Wilson Combat Whisper suppressor that is 1 7/8" x 6 5/16" and weighs 17.8 oz. A bit pricy.

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Re: Custom Liberty 300Blk SBR Can

Post by samson7x » Tue Apr 01, 2014 8:36 pm

TEXMEX wrote:
wacki wrote:Ok, I'm wondering why the beer cans are so rare. Seems like everyone makes them long and skinny which makes no sense to me since a beer can is about as wide as the gun anyway. So I don't see the advantage of the skinny. The long on the other hand makes indoor maneuvers cumbersome.

I have a beer can tall boy for my Uzi. An AWCMK9, comes in at 2" x 11.75" and weighs 29 oz. Portly little thing.

Then there is the Wilson Combat Whisper suppressor that is 1 7/8" x 6 5/16" and weighs 17.8 oz. A bit pricy.

You also own the Wilson whisper? If so, what caliber do you run it on and how does it sound? I considered buying one for my WC 458 socom, but when they told me lead times were 12 months for production alone, I opted to efile a Form1 and build my own.

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Re: Custom Liberty 300Blk SBR Can

Post by srt-4_uk » Tue Apr 01, 2014 8:40 pm

1slow01Z71 wrote:Really wish he wouldve kept the original lighter version. If he had I'd have one on order. Ive got plenty of other 30 cal cans, I want a short, fat and light can specifically for my 300blk. Does Dave still do one-off cans? Ive already got a 9" AAC with a specwar, I want a 6" barrel upper and one of these for subs and playing around but I'm having trouble deciding due to the weight. Its a pretty thick chunk.
Short and light. Not quite as fat
http://thunderbeastarms.com/products/30pss

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Re: Custom Liberty 300Blk SBR Can

Post by bani » Wed Apr 02, 2014 12:56 pm

wonder if dave would entertain a 45-70/458socom suppressor.

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Re: Custom Liberty 300Blk SBR Can

Post by samson7x » Wed Apr 02, 2014 1:58 pm

bani wrote:wonder if dave would entertain a 45-70/458socom suppressor.
I emailed about a month ago inquiring about a 458 socom suppressor and Dave said there wasn't enough interest at this time. There aren't many choices out there right now for the caliber so I feel like he could easily corner the market for a big bore can.

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Re: Custom Liberty 300Blk SBR Can

Post by 1slow01Z71 » Thu Apr 03, 2014 9:27 am

srt-4_uk wrote:
1slow01Z71 wrote:Really wish he wouldve kept the original lighter version. If he had I'd have one on order. Ive got plenty of other 30 cal cans, I want a short, fat and light can specifically for my 300blk. Does Dave still do one-off cans? Ive already got a 9" AAC with a specwar, I want a 6" barrel upper and one of these for subs and playing around but I'm having trouble deciding due to the weight. Its a pretty thick chunk.
Short and light. Not quite as fat
http://thunderbeastarms.com/products/30pss
Mark at Silencer Shop is taking one out to get db readings soon. Once he does that I'll make a decision. I kust like the beer cans extra volume plus it looks awesome. Im only going to use this can on my 300blk so I prefer to get the absolute best for this application. IMO that would be the aluminum version of the beer can.
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Re: Custom Liberty 300Blk SBR Can

Post by 1slow01Z71 » Thu Apr 03, 2014 9:32 am

samson7x wrote:
bani wrote:wonder if dave would entertain a 45-70/458socom suppressor.
I emailed about a month ago inquiring about a 458 socom suppressor and Dave said there wasn't enough interest at this time. There aren't many choices out there right now for the caliber so I feel like he could easily corner the market for a big bore can.
Its really too bad he doesnt make one. I wouldve bought for mine as well. Instead I've got a bowrrs vers 50 in jail. I ended up with the vers 50 over the other basically stout 45acp cans due to the vers's extra volume. I really think Dave misjudges the market for a vers 50 like can with how popular the big bore ARs are getting.

Does Dave post on this forum?
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