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    New KAC Suppressors: Pressure Reduction Technology

    This is from the new 2020 KAC Catalog. Both cans are QDC compatible.


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    Nice find. Iím so glad I didnít just buy a KAC can. I desperately need to get into NFA land.


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    Hmmm. I do believe one of these may be on the horizon for me.
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    Dear God, I almost put the money down on the QDC. Waiting patiently for this now. Very excited.

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    I don't know how "real" this product's performance will be. But that ad reads like the ultimate marketing B.S. ever. A whole lot of non-quantifiable chazzle dazzle adjectives.
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    I'd like to see the end cap. It pretty much sounds like some tweeks the baffle stack and a bunch of marketing hype.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TMS951 View Post
    I'd like to see the end cap. It pretty much sounds like some tweeks the baffle stack and a bunch of marketing hype.

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    Well look at that. At first I was kind of sad because the two suppressors I bought are a 762 CRS, and a 5.56 QDC CQB. On a second look the CRS PRT is 6.2 ounces heavier than the original CRS, and the CQB PRT is 3 ounces heavier than the original QDC/CQB. Did Knights put in a extra steel tube in these?

    I'm interested, but I'm not sure it makes sense for me because I own the original versions of those supressors.

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    Those appear to be perimeter vents in the end cap.
    That possibly indicates a coaxial design with forward venting.

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    Just paid for a QDC. I do not feel sad in the least.

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