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PM sent, put me down for oneI am now circling back to attempting to order some custom .375 Thunderbeast Arms suppressors. It will be the Dominus 7" that I am asking for. The exact specs and price to be determined since this is a custom order.
I will go back through this thread and PM's and create a list. If you are interested please PM me your email so we can get going on this.
Check out the AB raptor Phil.Now Thunderbeast Arms tells me they have a new .375 product coming soon that will suit some of us.
Here is the response:
"It's already leaked that we are doing a shorter Magnus that has a
removable brake on the end. We will almost certainly do a run of
these in .375 for the .375 H&H and .375 Raptor guys"
I will keep an eye on this and I also plan to get in touch with my local dealer and ask more questions in the coming months.
I do. It’s a fine made device. I’m a big fan of reflex suppressors, even though you can run it without the reflex part too.Do you have one? How is the performance? I have looked at them but I am leery of other brands. This is even more true after my friends Dead Air blew apart on the SA safari.
I do. It’s a fine made device. I’m a big fan of reflex suppressors, even though you can run it without the reflex part too.
If a suppressor blows up, it is almost always from human error. Sounds like a mid thread causing a baffle strike. Dead air is a well thought of suppressor company.
I’d think a safe estimate 30-40% reduction. This is based on my experience with suppressors and a quite a bit of reading. As the powder weight increases with larger calibers, diversion of that ejecta becomes a substantial amount.What would your recoil reduction estimate be for a 375H&H?
I’d think a safe estimate 30-40% reduction. This is based on my experience with suppressors and a quite a bit of reading. As the powder weight increases with larger calibers, diversion of that ejecta becomes a substantial amount.
Also, I find that the reduced muzzle blast is significant in the perception of recoil. So a 30% reduction in recoil of a .375 combined with the much quieter report will make for better accuracy, follow up, and hearing the bullet strike.
But, the largest caliber I’ve shot with a suppressor is a .300 win mag. I would compare a suppressed .300 WM to a 6.5 CM. I definitely want to get one for a .375. Especially the newer generation designs that are short and lightweight.
Now you've quit preachin' and gone to meddling!I have 5 years of hearing loss from my Navy helicopter search and rescue and door gunner days. Not to mention hunting and shooting for 40+ years.
My hearing isn't really bad yet (unless you ask my wife) but i'd like to preserve as much as i can.
I'm looking at the blaser R8 with a 300 win mag and 375 H&H - I'm VERY interested in the integral suppressor barrels.
I don't want to rudely sidetrack the thread but in general I'd be very interested to hear how much noise and how much recoil are reduced on a 375 H&H on the cans listed above and/or the Blaser barrels.
ps - I don't mind campfire ribbing about a can as long as they don't cry when i mess with them about their E. Hemmingway, Sean Connery, and Robert Redford look alike custom hats.