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Old 02-23-2015, 9:36 PM
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Anyone else looking forward to this little number? I know my buddies at the range will appreciate it.

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looks like it uses their suppressor quick mount... which would be cool, if im right.
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Old 02-24-2015, 6:47 AM
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As far as I know its the same mount as surefire cans.
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Of that looks SOOOO illegal thus cool! I may have to cop that!
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I want one *this* much but this much is about $200. And only because I have a bunch of Surefire breaks so I only need one. If it's anything more that $200, I'll pass.
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I want one *this* much but this much is about $200. And only because I have a bunch of Surefire breaks so I only need one. If it's anything more that $200, I'll pass.
I can agree with this.
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I've heard nothing on price so far but I agree if its under $200 I'm sold. Apparently there will be an FDE model too..
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If this works with the SF762MB, I'm game!

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I've heard nothing on price so far but I agree if its under $200 I'm sold. Apparently there will be an FDE model too..
There is a thread on M4carbine.com about these. A surefire rep on there stated that pricing should be between $150-$175.
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There is a thread on M4carbine.com about these. A surefire rep on there stated that pricing should be between $150-$175.
I'm not gonna make it. If that's the price then I gots to have one. Its not a need but the want is overpowering my senses.
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I wonder if its going to be a multi-caliber device. I'd be interested if it fits both 556 and 762 socom mbs.
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A Surefire rep said the price on these should be south of $140. The use the same mounting system as their Socom Suppressors. There hasn't been any verification on whether these will work with multiple calibers yet.

I have one of these on my BUY list.
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What am I missing here?
Blast Shield for the SF brake? or just a quick disconnect flash hider. Any additional info on this new product?
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It is a means to put the blast forward. It can work with a brake or a flash hider but was designed really for the muzzle brakes. I should have them to dealers around the end of March. MSRP should be right around $150-175.
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It is a means to put the blast forward. It can work with a brake or a flash hider but was designed really for the muzzle brakes. I should have them to dealers around the end of March. MSRP should be right around $150-175.
Duece22 who are and why are you playing games? Show us pics and tell us prices and when they coming out. I got tax money to spend!
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Duece22 who are and why are you playing games? Show us pics and tell us prices and when the coming out. I got tax money to spend!
Teasing me with gun parts is like playing with my emotions... I'm an accountant, sending all these wonderful people their tax refunds is my part, you giving us more information so we can decidedly spend it on gun stuff is yours (assuming you work for SF). I just ordered the SF762MB for my featureless SCAR 17 build, now shut up and take my money!


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Teasing me with gun parts is like playing with my emotions... I'm an accountant, sending all these wonderful people their tax refunds is my part, you giving us more information so we can decidedly spend it on gun stuff is yours (assuming you work for SF). I just ordered the SF762MB for my featureless SCAR 17 build, now shut up and take my money!


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I will get one to complement my SF muzzle break(s).
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How functional would this be on a SF flashhider??
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Also found this gem. From right to left this pic includes the Warcomp (equally exciting), Blast Diffuser (unofficial name) as well as the beast on the left which from what I understand will basically serve the same purpose yet give the look/feel of a full size suppressor. Only that one has no guaranteed release.. Don't take my word, just speculations mostly

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Also found this gem. From right to left this pic includes the Warcomp (equally exciting), Blast Diffuser (unofficial name) as well as the beast on the left which from what I understand will basically serve the same purpose yet give the look/feel of a full size suppressor. Only that one has no guaranteed release.. Don't take my word, just speculations mostly

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I really want to put that war comp and diffuser on my Mk 18. I think that that would look sick.
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Now don't get me wrong, I love Surefire products, but I just don't understand this. I'm not saying I couldn't be convinced into buying it but I just don't see a real need. Do the pros outweigh the cons? Does muzzle blast really bother people that much? I'm not against it, just wondering if there really is a need.
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Pistolero805,

Try taking a cArbine class and being on the line between guys with muzzle brakes/comps, Or doing drills in close quarters with guys with them. Or try shooting in dusty conditions in the prone from your side. You'll quickly see why some courses no longer allow students to use muzzle brakes. IMHO the pros will out weigh the con in many situations. And the quick detachment setup is great if it's not needed and the weight can be taken off.
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Try taking a cArbine class and being on the line between guys with muzzle brakes/comps, Or doing drills in close quarters with guys with them. Or try shooting in dusty conditions in the prone from your side. You'll quickly see why some courses no longer allow students to use muzzle brakes. IMHO the pros will out weigh the con in many situations. And the quick detachment setup is great if it's not needed and the weight can be taken off.
I've tried all but drills in cqb. I can see where it would help there. I wasn't aware of courses that weren't allowed to use brakes/comps. It can definitely rattle your peanut on a line full of brakes lol. I've always just sucked it up and considered it part of training. Crap, now I'm going to have to change out some of my older surefire brakes and upgrade to the socom style.
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If I'm not mistaken, according to the Surefire rep from m4carbine said it will fit old adapters. You just won't have the indexing system.
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I am the Sales and Marketing manager for the Surefire suppressor dept (Kudu22 on all the other forums)

I should have these out by end of March. I am getting the CNC cost roll up done and we est. the price between $150-$175. Black and FDE colors. The pic of it on a desk is my 10.5" LMT. I have been using it for a month now and it is just a great piece of kit to have when you are around others doing drills or a closed in space.
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Looks good for when you want to take your braked gun hunting. Nice to kick the noise forward.
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Looks good for when you want to take your braked gun hunting. Nice to kick the noise forward.
This is the exact reason why I'd get one, so my hunting partner doesn't punch me for taking out his ear drums.


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what brakes does this fit? socom? what about the griffin blast shield?
they have a qd and threaded version.
are there any legal issues with having external threads on a muzzle brake?
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That is awesome and I will have to have one for my hunting set up!
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Looks very similar to this, and this has been around a while.

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