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    New Suppressor

    New suppressor on my Savage .223. Made at Waitaki Engineering, overbarrell model weighing 650g (I know its heavy but I don't think its going to break down any time soon). Full stainless steel. Extends past muzzle by 12cm, overall length 30cm.
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    You ll love that will change things big time !!
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    Apart from you being a righty and me lefty, our rigs are almost the same
    completely different rifle with the suppressor. Good decision

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    Nice rifles lads... I'm a bit of a savage fan too.

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    Nice rig mate. I have a Waitaki can on my AR. Seems to take a beating.

    I can't wait to get my grubby little paws on my suppressor for my savages from Spanners though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tarrbaby View Post
    Apart from you being a righty and me lefty, our rigs are almost the same
    completely different rifle with the suppressor. Good decision
    Shit they are too! Great value for money these packages are I reckon! I haven't fired it with the suppressor yet, hopefully it works well

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    Great looking setup. That suppressor wont fall to bits that's for sure. What are you going to chase?
    Work less hunt more!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Savage .223 View Post
    Great value for money these packages are I reckon!
    Sure are Good shooters too, well my wood/blued classic one is!

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    Plus you can club seals on your day off with the Waitaki.
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    Quote Originally Posted by yogi View Post
    Great looking setup. That suppressor wont fall to bits that's for sure. What are you going to chase?
    You're from Oamaru too? at this stage only rabbits magpies etc because thats all thats on our place but I'd love to stumble upon a mob of goats and try her out! Or if I ever see a pig or deer they will get some lead too

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    You're not far from Waimate either, plenty of wallabies around there. Long slow roast with the back legs for a tasty feed.

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    You savage fan boys tried out the American Eagle 50 gr tipped ammo? Man... Mine loved it. LOVED it! Cheeeeep too.

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    Mine like it too... only shot one group with it, punched a fairly casual 19mm from memory and I was in a hurry so didn't try any more.

    Mostly using handloads but its good to know there is cheap, accurate factory ammo I can use if need be.

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    My howa likes it too
    "Hunting and fishing" fucking over licenced firearms owners since ages ago.

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    Waitaki offer to do all the fitting free of charge if you buy one of their suppressors, if they're good it's a great deal
    Boom, cough,cough,cough

 

 

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