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New 45 suppressor released today

Post by Fireman1291 » Thu Dec 31, 2015 1:04 pm

Thats right! Rugged Suppressors just announced their first centerfire pistol suppressor today and they're already shipping to dealers. I already have the review done for you as well! I must say this is one impressive and beautifully machined suppressor. I cover everything you need to know in the review and nothing you don't. My goal with these review videos is to help you all make an educated decision quickly and concisely. A short, fat free review you can fit into your busy day to day activities. With that said, enjoy the video!

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Post by Fireman1291 » Thu Dec 31, 2015 2:55 pm

Some hi-res pics we took for you as well!

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Post by johndoe3 » Thu Dec 31, 2015 3:21 pm

Nice complete video, thanks.

Looks like Rugged Suppressors is debuting with a top tier pistol suppressor that is incredibly versatile (45 ACP, 9mm, and 22LR all sound great out of the can). The modular capability (short or long configuration) sets it apart from the competition.
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Re: New 45 suppressor released today

Post by Historian » Thu Dec 31, 2015 3:35 pm

Standing 'O' for excellent, as usual, and informative presentation.
Compelling.

Once Hearing Protection Act passes the $200.00 saving in stamp
will be applied to this excellently executed can.

Just in time to retire the classic 1970to the old-hush home

Again sincerest appreciation.

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Re: New 45 suppressor released today

Post by Fireman1291 » Thu Dec 31, 2015 5:38 pm

Thanks for the compliments gents!
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Re: New 45 suppressor released today

Post by Brittsc » Fri Jan 01, 2016 9:22 pm

Damn you. I thought I was done buying suppressors.

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Brittsc wrote:Damn you. I thought I was done buying suppressors.

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Re: New 45 suppressor released today

Post by roodyrocker » Mon Jan 04, 2016 12:40 am

Damn Fireman, looks like I might have to buy my 2nd Rugged suppressor! I'm expecting my Surge 7.62 to be released from NFA jail sometime soon. But now I have to condider starting the whole process on this Obsidian 45!

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Re: New 45 suppressor released today

Post by Bmountt » Thu Jan 07, 2016 12:35 am

I'm glad I waited on getting the tirant 45m (as hard as that is to do with these things) now that this came out. Great video as always. One thing though.. And this is probably a dumb question since I can't find the answer on Google, but to use this on a .22lr would you use the same 1/2x28 piston used on most 9mm or would you need to get a fixed barrel attachment?

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Re: New 45 suppressor released today

Post by Fireman1291 » Thu Jan 07, 2016 8:43 am

Bmountt wrote:I'm glad I waited on getting the tirant 45m (as hard as that is to do with these things) now that this came out. Great video as always. One thing though.. And this is probably a dumb question since I can't find the answer on Google, but to use this on a .22lr would you use the same 1/2x28 piston used on most 9mm or would you need to get a fixed barrel attachment?

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Re: New 45 suppressor released today

Post by Smokecloud » Mon Jan 11, 2016 3:29 pm

Thanks for the great review. I was dead set on a Octane 45HD and have even recommended them to friends who have bought them, but after seeing this, and a few days of research, the modularity of this can really made it stand out to me. I ordered it yesterday. The primary function of this suppressor for me, will be duty on a 9mm AR, but it will likely see action on multiple pistols to include 45acp, 10mm 40sw and 9mm. That is, unless I keep acquiring more suppressors. They seem to keep multiplying in the safe.

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Re: New 45 suppressor released today

Post by carl1000 » Fri Jan 15, 2016 11:24 pm

Ordered on of these today. Can't wait.

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Re: New 45 suppressor released today

Post by furiousMG » Wed Jan 20, 2016 2:18 am

excellent video. I have an Obsidian on order.

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Re: New 45 suppressor released today

Post by Smokecloud » Wed Jan 20, 2016 3:51 am

Does anyone know if they have a direct thread mount in the works, or if the Octane 45HD mount will work? This can is set for SBR duty primarily. I had not considered that when I ordered the extra 1/2x28 piston that the piston setup probably would not work on a 9mmAR. I have never had a pistol can before, so the piston thing is new to me. All my cans are QD or direct thread.

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Re: New 45 suppressor released today

Post by furiousMG » Thu Jan 21, 2016 12:44 am

Your 1/2x28 piston will work fine on your 9mm AR if you replace the piston spring with a fixed barrel spacer. I am also wondering if a silencerco or griffin mount will fit this can?

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Re: New 45 suppressor released today

Post by Grounded » Thu Feb 04, 2016 10:47 pm

It looks similar in finish and design to the Spectre Image
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Re: New 45 suppressor released today

Post by Fireman1291 » Fri Feb 05, 2016 7:43 am

Grounded wrote:It looks similar in finish and design to the Spectre Image
Different baffle design....and the finish is just heat treated stainless steel.
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Re: New 45 suppressor released today

Post by Joker31D » Mon Feb 08, 2016 3:34 am

You would think that someone would standardize the pistons on suppressors so they could all save money on R&D and the money of making a "new" one from scratch each time, it would save us money too in the long run. That piston looks a lot like a silencerco. I'm looking for a pistol can in the future that I can clean, the osprey I have is nice but sometimes you want to see whats going on inside the black box, and with the Osprey, it is a "Black Box"

I shoot mine mostly wet for now and always wonder if I'm getting it into each baffle or just one or two, I'd rather pre wet my baffles as I snap them together then seal it with a rubber stopper. I'm afraid to do that with my osprey because I keep thinking of crap growing inside my can and turning into a moldy box in my safe. I know its not much of an issue if any at all with wire gel but it just makes me not want to keep it wet at any time, I also worry about corrosion in the can if I keep it wet overnight. for now I clean it out with hot water and use a heat gun on low to dry it, it only gets 250 degrees so I'm not worried about it getting too hot for the finish or anything.

I think the Rugged or hopefully Dead Air will come out with one, thanks for the reviews and the demo shoots.
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Re: New 45 suppressor released today

Post by LawBob » Sun Mar 06, 2016 8:37 pm

Fireman1291 wrote:
Grounded wrote:It looks similar in finish and design to the Spectre Image
Different baffle design....and the finish is just heat treated stainless steel.
If you put in a vibratory cleaner it will come back silver finish.

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Re: New 45 suppressor released today

Post by tf2addict » Thu Jun 02, 2016 12:14 am

Between the Obsidian 45 and the Revolution 45 which would you choose and why? It seems like the Obsidian is a few decibels quieter but it's also slightly larger.

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Post by CanOfWhooppass » Thu Jun 02, 2016 1:11 am

tf2addict wrote:Between the Obsidian 45 and the Revolution 45 which would you choose and why? It seems like the Obsidian is a few decibels quieter but it's also slightly larger.
I would choose the one in stock.
Both are nice.
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