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Thread: I assume the DPT suppressors are the bees knees?

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    I assume the DPT suppressors are the bees knees?

    Hi Guys,

    In the New Year want to shout my recently bought CZ455 with a supressor. My last three CZ's have all had Robbie Tiffen units but I see we have a inmate here which I would like to supoort.

    Everybody happy with their DPT's?

    Peter

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    Happy with mine on the 308

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    Lightweight, modular and work well. Best value for money I've owned two

    I've got an Oceania Defence now but that's only cause I got it cheap from someone who handed in his naughty rifle otherwise I would still be using a DPT.

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    I have 3 DPT and have owned others aswell. Never had an issue and happy with all the DPT ones. Perform very well and great value
    Aim small , miss small

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    i like that i can add more baffles or take some off just need them to make a .45 stainless blast baffle .hint hint .

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    Have 3, all work well. 30cal one must have had nearly 500 rounds through it and no issues. Im lazy and only take it apart for a clean 'now and again' firat baffle has taken a hammering, need to get round to replacing it with a staimless one (one day)

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    I believe they are the best value for money however an OD can is lighter and just as good/ better suppression however very expensive. Also if you just want the ducks nuts suppressor for bigger cals get a shultz and larsen thunderdome, they are truly excellent.

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    Thanks guys, A DPT it is then in the New Year.
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    I've got 4 ase, they are awesome
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    I use and like them. Getting a new mk2 for my rem mag next year.

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    DPT suppressors seem pretty well made, had a customer that managed to put 8 rounds of 308 through one of their 223 suppressors, only realised something was amiss when he saw his grouping. Something to be said for colour coding you cans to you rifles eh...., ��
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    DPT has been good to me too. Not sure it matters too much for a rimfire though. I have a Hushpower Braveheart on my 22LR and pretty happy with that, although next time, I would get an over-barrel version to keep overall gun length down.

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    I have had 2 DPTs. They were good.

    I now run a Waitaki Engineering can. It's the shizzle. It will most likely outlive me and survive a direct hit from a nuclear missile. A little heavier but it works flawlessly and is well made. Would recommend. Professional pest control guys use these, you'll never corrode or burn them out.

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    I've had a tonne of robbies and dpts. Both as goodnas each other I just think darren at dpt made his a little lighter and modular. I've never cleaned any of mine infact I swear they get quieter the more they are used. I've got a hardies latest gen now and I'm going to flick it for a dpt.

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