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Old April 25th, 2018, 04:19 PM #71
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To add to the confusion, I went with the Amtac in 30 (still waiting for NFA branch to provide service after cashing my check...) ; primary host is an M&P10 and I was like the idea of minimizing blowback and the secondary host is for my .30-30 TC carbine to hunt with where I like the idea of minimizing length (although good for the M&P too).

I think someone mentioned already best can for the buck is a .22... If youíre here like everything else, one isnít enough. Do due diligence & take the plunge. Good luck.
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Old April 26th, 2018, 11:49 AM #72
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To add to the confusion, I went with the Amtac in 30 (still waiting for NFA branch to provide service after cashing my check...) ; primary host is an M&P10 and I was like the idea of minimizing blowback and the secondary host is for my .30-30 TC carbine to hunt with where I like the idea of minimizing length (although good for the M&P too).

I think someone mentioned already best can for the buck is a .22... If youíre here like everything else, one isnít enough. Do due diligence & take the plunge. Good luck.
I really want to try out an Amtac can. I don't know what part of Maryland you are in, but would love to meet up and exchange notes at the range when you get it in and mounted.
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Old May 23rd, 2018, 11:13 AM #73
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Iím in Bethesda & itíll probably be fall; Iíll post review.
My 1895 Chilean 7.62NATO Scout (yes, itís an antique not a ďfirearmĒ) has a conjugal visit:
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Old May 24th, 2018, 11:53 AM #74
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My centerfire cans are Thunder Beast. They have virtually no POI shift between the can and no can.

I am not a fan of the twist lock QD, as most seem to have significant POI shift. The Thunder Beast uses a brake or flash suppressor that the can threads into. Coarser threads than the barrel, so more robust, and faster to attach remove.

For rimfire, I got a Gemtech. Cheaper than the Sparrow/Spectre, and works fine.
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Check out the "Rugged .30 cal. They provide great customer service & lifetime warranty
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