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    new silencer design

    Trident Suppressors

    I thought the design concept was pretty cool

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    Quote Originally Posted by madjon_ View Post
    $740 plus postage
    That's not bad when you can use it on several rifles.
    Shut up, get out & start pushing!

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    I have a few that are close to been out now also that might mix things up

    Excuse the boys toy best thing i could find to ballance it on........the green handle is at the othere end so no, its not leaning on it

    This is the hunters super light the lightest of my models...................this one is on a 243 an tops in at 196grams.........most of you will think it just beat you to it

    pics of it




    ballance off


    ballance on
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    That will create a buzz. How many inches forward?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tahr View Post
    That will create a buzz. How many inches forward?
    3.5" forward will be little bit before released have given few to many out free to get a thrashing

    Models spec up from there
    Light to heavyer for bigger cals an more basic needs etc etc on just have on muzzle can in there

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    Thats flash Abe.
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    and the guidance of wise men” Sir Douglas Bader.

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    Is the carbon structural or cosmetic wrap?

    $$??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyclist View Post
    Is the carbon structural or cosmetic wrap?

    $$??
    $$$$ yet to be confirmed till i get more things in place was a little teaser

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    There was one in Mainly Hunting (Wellington) that looked exactly the same as that, for less (around $450 - I think), branded Shultz and Larsen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by craigc View Post
    There was one in Mainly Hunting (Wellington) that looked exactly the same as that, for less (around $450 - I think), branded Shultz and Larsen.
    weighed less?
    there are alot of different types around now

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    I wonder why no one in NZ has made a tubeless/modular suppressor yet? Like the A-Tec and Roedale ones. They can't be that hard to make? A few CAD drawings and off to a engineering shop with a CNC mill. Job done. It would be nice if they did.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Normie View Post
    I wonder why no one in NZ has made a tubeless/modular suppressor yet? Like the A-Tec and Roedale ones. They can't be that hard to make? A few CAD drawings and off to a engineering shop with a CNC mill. Job done. It would be nice if they did.
    ask boldbob

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    Quote Originally Posted by tui_man2 View Post
    ask boldbob
    Ok.

    Baldbob why hasn't anyone?

    Tui_Man2 your suppressors look sweet. Light and compact. Looking forward to test reviews and costing.
    If you don't get Dirt, Blood or Grease under your nails it ain't a hobby

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    Quote Originally Posted by tui_man2 View Post
    ask boldbob
    Yup looks like a story that needs telling
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