I hope I made the right choice over the SDN6. After reading Major Malfunctions decibal tests, it appears I did. I will not be using this suppressor for full auto fire on an 8" barrel so I don't think I will have any issues with the stainless steel baffles.
Normally with NFA items that I am going to keep for a while (forever) I spend the extra cash and get the latest and greatest but I strayed from that this time. I hope I won't regret it.
By the way, I bought it from Silenced America. Scott is a fantastic guy and I would recommend him to anyone. Just give him a call, you'll see what I mean.
Edit: I have (3) suppressors now that I have bought and paid for but are still in some stage of waiting on ATF approval. Ridiculous.
Edit 2: I felt instead of just commenting that I bought a new suppressor, I would bring relavent technical discussion to the forum as well. I chose the 762SD over the N6 for 3 reasons and price was not one of them. In fact, if I ordered the N6 from Silenced America it would have only cost me $100 more over the 762SD.
Reason 1 is that although the 762SD is about 1.25 inches longer, it actually weighs about 1/2 an ounce less than the N6.
Reason 2 is that I will not be using this on an 8" barrel in full auto, so having all the baffles made out of inconel is not an issue.
Reason 3 is the numbers that are coming out of Major Malfunction's tests. In every test, with three different calibers on three different platforms the 762SD is quieter than the N6. All the pics are from Major Malfunction and are hosted at the sites linked below the pics: