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    GWH
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    Wanted: DPT magnum modular suppressor 7mm

    Anything out there, before he orders new

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    Get a ssrnz.So much better
    Give Scott trail a ring

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    Quote Originally Posted by Monk View Post
    Get a ssrnz.So much better
    Give Scott trail a ring
    what's so much better about them cause they're pretty hard to beat price and weight wise

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cartman View Post
    what's so much better about them cause they're pretty hard to beat price and weight wise
    Don't question the man, he's obviously an expert who's carried out extensive testing

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    Hate to be a cunt , but I agree with @Monk DPT are over rated , you definitely get what you pay for!
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    I'm not fussed either way as I don't use those two but you really need to say what makes it better. Is it quieter? Lighter? Better finished?
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    Well I have several Dpt modular, from 223 to 7Saum, they seem nicely made and finished, they work well giving a good level of noise and recoil reduction as a bonus.

    They are a nice weight, and they are a bloody good price compared to some of the competitors.

    I have absolutely no problem recommending them to anyone including my family....

    So back to business, does anyone have a magnum one they want to move on?
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    SSRNZ have better recoil reduction and are quieter

    Wait till the new SSRNZ suppressors are released....going to be very light
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    Same as what @Echo said.
    Have had a DPT,good value for money but ssrnz performance wise,you can't beat

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cartman View Post
    what's so much better about them cause they're pretty hard to beat price and weight wise

    Couldnt resist sorry

    SSRNZ Standard supp plus fitting and barrel shortening $550
    DPT Standard supp plus fitting and barrel shortening $500 Save $50

    Suppressor only

    SSRNZ $490
    DPT $350-$395 depending on if with stainless baffle Save $100 but still need fitting (back to square 1)

    SSRNZ weighs 395g
    DPT weighs 260g save a massive 135g

    SSRNZ length 250mm
    DPT length 205mm so save 45mm

    so there is the tole of the tape. Personally i have 2 x Hardy (i broke a 3rd, sold the replacement and got a ASE UTRA) and have just purchased a second hand DPT for an up coming 243. If that had not come up it most likely would have been an SSRNZ .

    each to there own i guess. overall as for differences it is bugger all

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    Geez, start or update a suppressor thread fellas. I have a new 7mm DPT, using a brake at present - your welcome to borrow for a couple of months if one hopefully comes along?
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    Quote Originally Posted by HNTMAD View Post
    Couldnt resist sorry

    SSRNZ Standard supp plus fitting and barrel shortening $550
    DPT Standard supp plus fitting and barrel shortening $425 Save $125

    Suppressor only

    SSRNZ $490
    DPT $350-$395 depending on if with stainless baffle Save $100 but still need fitting (back to square 1)

    SSRNZ weighs 395g
    DPT weighs 260g save a massive 135g

    SSRNZ length 250mm
    DPT length 205mm so save 45mm

    so there is the tole of the tape. Personally i have 2 x Hardy (i broke a 3rd, sold the replacement and got a ASE UTRA) and have just purchased a second hand DPT for an up coming 243. If that had not come up it most likely would have been an SSRNZ .

    each to there own i guess. overall as for differences it is bugger all

    Hamish

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    Services - DPT Machinists

    not how i read it, $75 for threading and another $75 for chop and crown. total $150 on top of can price?? not so?? @DPT
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    Quote Originally Posted by HNTMAD View Post
    Services - DPT Machinists

    not how i read it, $75 for threading and another $75 for chop and crown. total $150 on top of can price?? not so?? @DPT
    Nope, go into the link Barrel threading when fitting a DPT suppressor - DPT Machinists

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    Threading includes, shorten (if needed) re-crown and a thread cap
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    Quote Originally Posted by DPT View Post
    Nope, go into the link Barrel threading when fitting a DPT suppressor - DPT Machinists

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    Threading includes, shorten (if needed) re-crown and a thread cap
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    Ah the dirty old fine print, Then if thats the case i stand corrected, however if i have read it like i have (and not opened it to read fine print but just look at the pricing page) then how many others have?? Maybe a tweak to the website. May make the difference to a sale or not..... I'm not bothered either way

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