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    Gunworks Duralium standalone suppresor

    Looking at putting a Gunworks Duralium standalone suppresor, on my remmy model 700 in 7mm08, just wondering what people think of them and how the compare to the Hardy suppressors.
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    Hey ill start by saying I don't have one on my rifle yet but im also sussing out suppressors.Im lucky to have mates with both the suppressors in question and ive used rifles with both these ones and they are good.However there is one more you should look at seriously DPT.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neckshot View Post
    Hey ill start by saying I don't have one on my rifle yet but im also sussing out suppressors.Im lucky to have mates with both the suppressors in question and ive used rifles with both these ones and they are good.However there is one more you should look at seriously DPT.

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    Yeah mate just got another DPT for my 7mm mag barrel.
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    Agree about the DPT suppressors I have heard those DPT ones twice and both times I was impressed by the sound reduction, size and weight (quite a small supressor for what they do) I for one would love to have one on my remmy 700 at some stage.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blaser View Post
    Yeah mate just got another DPT for my 7mm mag barrel.
    I really like them after using your rifle with one on. I swapped rifle's this arvo on the range he had a 260 rem with a DPT and they are such a nicely finished piece of kit
    I also think the rear bush is well done also and they are competitively priced.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neckshot View Post
    I really like them after using your rifle with one on. I swapped rifle's this arvo on the range he had a 260 rem with a DPT and they are such a nicely finished piece of kit
    I also think the rear bush is well done also and they are competitively priced.
    I would like to try a DPT on my magnum, but the barrel is too big. I wonder if DPT can squeeze another .5mm out of the rear bushing. Their maximum is 22.5mm and my barrel is 23mm.
    Might give them a call tomorrow to ask.
    Does anyone know if they can do it.
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    I not sure, buT I think he is moving his business TO TE RAPA HAMILTON which is all good for us up here. I gonna swing by and check them out.
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    Ive been speaking with two shooters down here both engineers and they say the same thing about the workmanship in it being top notch especially in the baffles ive sold myself already next buy when I get back from kawekas
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neckshot View Post
    Ive been speaking with two shooters down here both engineers and they say the same thing about the workmanship in it being top notch especially in the baffles ive sold myself already next buy when I get back from kawekas
    When do you go? PM me maybe?
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    DPT is a lot lighter and smaller than a Gunworks and a lot less in price than a Hardy. A read some guys did a comparison test between the 3 mentioned and all were about the same noise levels (dpt slightly quieter). DPT is certainly flavour of the month at the moment with a lot od folks, myself included. Very happy with mine, very well made and light, only 260gms for and over barrel suppressor.
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    I run gunworks on three of my rifles, very happy with them.

    But DPT seem to be in favour at the moment, only heard good things about them.



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    Quote Originally Posted by jim160 View Post
    I would like to try a DPT on my magnum, but the barrel is too big. I wonder if DPT can squeeze another .5mm out of the rear bushing. Their maximum is 22.5mm and my barrel is 23mm.
    Might give them a call tomorrow to ask.
    Does anyone know if they can do it.
    And i have an answer, which is no. Can't be done

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    Quote Originally Posted by jim160 View Post
    And i have an answer, which is no. Can't be done
    Damn, im in the same boat, 23mm at muzzle
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    Quote Originally Posted by striker View Post
    Damn, im in the same boat, 23mm at muzzle
    I think the only maker I know of who makes them for our barrels is dan Hardys.
    The gunworks maximums ones may fit. Will give Robbie a call tomorrow to find out. And prices are much the Same as dpt as well at $408.

    Might look at muzzle can but I don't think the dpt ones are magnum rated. I'm not too concerned. I only shoot with ear muffs and the noise or muzzle blast from the brake doesn't bother me. Lol

    Might have to save up for one of Robbins or Dans I guess.
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