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    Q Suppressors - Opinions ?

    Interested in hearing from people who are using Q suppressors. Good, Bad, Ugly, Great, Ok ?
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    They’re great cans, too bad the owner is a narcissistic douche.
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    Quote Originally Posted by VIP3R 237 View Post
    They’re great cans, too bad the owner is a narcissistic douche.
    Maybe that runs in the industry ? I can think of at least two owner / CEOs of some very good AR rifle companies who fit that bill.
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    From what I understand Kevin's cans are the next evolution of what he did for sig's lines of cans. Lighter, more volume, better tapered muzzle devices for his "QD" cans ect... However, I haven't seen any metering data on any of them and as of now hes only putting out 30 cal cans and 22 cans. I have heard dedicated 556 cans are coming down the line. If there was more info available on metering data, back pressure ect... I would have probably bought one at this point to try out.

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    Agreed here. Lack of independent test data is holding me back.

    But that is also what I hear based on what they've publicly spoken about.

    PS: there is a podcast interview series with him on iTunes. I don't use iTunes, so I haven't heard it yet.

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    Very unlikely they will suck. They will be as good as his last work, but only time will tell. The concern is will he or it be around. On a bolt gun, cans just work for the most part. Ive been happy with every can I have run on bolts. Gas guns and back pressure is where the rubber meets the road IMHO. --And QD devices.

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    And, he has a couple of guns as well. From what I hear they are selling well, but low production.
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    To be honest I have seen some mixed reviews on the honey badger, particularly the stock. But none of them are conclusive in my opinion.

    I still want one.

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    Hope Iím in the right place but Iím thinking about buying a Surefire SOCOM SB CAN over the RC2 for my 10.3 rifle do to the price my main concern is that the ďfirst round popĒ (FLASH) going to be more significant from the SB over the RC?

    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xWRANGLERx View Post
    Hope I’m in the right place but I’m thinking about buying a Surefire SOCOM SB CAN over the RC2 for my 10.3 rifle do to the price my main concern is that the “first round pop” (FLASH) going to be more significant from the SB over the RC?

    Thanks.
    This thread is discussing Q's Suppressors. Your question would probably be better answered in the NFA forum itself, or use the search to track it down.
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