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Thread: New KAC Suppressors: Pressure Reduction Technology

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    I think the normal KAC cans are better than both those options. If you don't want to wait, just grab a normal QDC. You won't be disappointed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Furbyballer View Post
    I think the normal KAC cans are better than both those options. If you don't want to wait, just grab a normal QDC. You won't be disappointed.
    Explain? The oss has lower back pressure and same sound reduction

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    Depends on what you want, but IMO reliability, minimum POI shift, and signature reduction are my criteria. I play a lot at night so signature reduction is big for me. The KAC cans are still hearing safe and for 556 sound reduction is between 136-140 no matter what you do. I love the attachment method on knights cans, I love the muzzle devices from KAC, and I love their tone, especially their CQB cans. They also have amazing back pressure control for a traditional baffle stack can.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Furbyballer View Post
    Depends on what you want, but IMO reliability, minimum POI shift, and signature reduction are my criteria. I play a lot at night so signature reduction is big for me. The KAC cans are still hearing safe and for 556 sound reduction is between 136-140 no matter what you do. I love the attachment method on knights cans, I love the muzzle devices from KAC, and I love their tone, especially their CQB cans. They also have amazing back pressure control for a traditional baffle stack can.
    I would agree with all of those things

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    Quote Originally Posted by Furbyballer View Post
    Depends on what you want, but IMO reliability, minimum POI shift, and signature reduction are my criteria. I play a lot at night so signature reduction is big for me. The KAC cans are still hearing safe and for 556 sound reduction is between 136-140 no matter what you do. I love the attachment method on knights cans, I love the muzzle devices from KAC, and I love their tone, especially their CQB cans. They also have amazing back pressure control for a traditional baffle stack can.
    They’re hearing safe?

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    Their CQB cans will not be hearing safer on anything less than a 16" in my experience and their Full size is hearing safe on my 12.5 and larger barrels. However, I do not ever shoot 556 without ear pro unless its a single tone check when I get the can or in that nightmare scenario we all own guns for. I believe the tone of the KAC cans is better than SF RC2 cans and their DBs are directly comparable. I own several of both. The QDC 556 CQB is the best mini 556 suppressor on the market currently.

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    Sorry I didn’t read the whole thread. When can we place order on this

    Will there be a 556 full size?

    Thanks guys


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    Quote Originally Posted by kukworld View Post
    Sorry I didn’t read the whole thread. When can we place order on this

    Will there be a 556 full size?

    Thanks guys


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    1) Maybe Q4. MAYBE.
    2) Probably, not right now, but the CQB weighs as much as a fullsize, so...

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    Any update on these? I know KAC suspended new orders, did any dealers order these before the cut off?

    I just picked up an SR25 CC and need a KAC can for it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by freeride1 View Post
    Any update on these? I know KAC suspended new orders, did any dealers order these before the cut off?

    I just picked up an SR25 CC and need a KAC can for it...
    As soon as we can clear govvie and commercial backlog, and get ample supply on shelf, these will be coming.
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