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Surge 762 Video / Testing

Posted: Thu Jul 30, 2015 1:30 pm
We finished up the video for the Surge 762 and the associated dB testing with it.

https://youtu.be/n157guuYJdQ

Re: Surge 762 Video / Testing

Posted: Tue Aug 04, 2015 7:23 pm
by quiettime
That is one sweet can. 8)

Can you talk a little more about how the locking ring works?

Also, having reviewed the Omega as well can you compare the tone of the two?

Re: Surge 762 Video / Testing

Posted: Wed Aug 05, 2015 10:26 am
From what I can tell, the muzzle device has a tapered ledge on the rear of it. When you turn the locking ring, it pushes a split up internal ring inward, putting pressure on the tapered part of that ledge. So it's got the pressure (from the sides) of the internal ring on the muzzle device, and then it uses that tapered part to stop forward/rearward movement of the suppressor.

I'm sure I"m not explaining that very clearly. It's similar to the Specwar but using a tapered part instead of teeth when the ring is turned.

As far as tone between the Surge and the Omega... I need to shoot both side by side to really compare them the best. I can hear them in my head, but putting that on paper is another story!

Re: Surge 762 Video / Testing

Posted: Wed Aug 05, 2015 1:26 pm
by quiettime
Nah that makes sense, thanks

Re: Surge 762 Video / Testing

Posted: Tue Oct 13, 2015 10:51 am
by Toetagger
[email protected] wrote:From what I can tell, the muzzle device has a tapered ledge on the rear of it. When you turn the locking ring, it pushes a split up internal ring inward, putting pressure on the tapered part of that ledge. So it's got the pressure (from the sides) of the internal ring on the muzzle device, and then it uses that tapered part to stop forward/rearward movement of the suppressor.

I'm sure I"m not explaining that very clearly. It's similar to the Specwar but using a tapered part instead of teeth when the ring is turned.

As far as tone between the Surge and the Omega... I need to shoot both side by side to really compare them the best. I can hear them in my head, but putting that on paper is another story!

Looking forward to a head-to-head comparison of these two...One of which will become my first can. Thanks.

Re: Surge 762 Video / Testing

Posted: Sun May 22, 2016 6:53 pm
by Singlestack Wonder
Since the Adapt module is hand tightened only, are there any concerns with it loosening up after prolonged firing sessions?