Re: Suppressor for .308 ?
Sorry, didn`t mean to neglect you.....simply forgot.
If I understand you, the muzzle has a recess (collet if you will) that clamps down from the brake to the muzzle. First thing--though it might attach it to the barrel, in my opinon it will be worthless. Remember a suppressor is large and long, so any horizonal cant will be a disaster, to both the can(suppressor) and the barrel. A rifle should be deticated to suppressed fire, though it can be had both ways. POI will change drastically, form the suppressor and most of all recoil, as this is the most crucial point-recoil....or the lack there of. This is the hardest thing to overcome, unless the rifle is suppressed all the time. The best attachment for a rifle "not" deticated to suppressed fire is a two point contact (bigbore) suppressor. It should have two sets of threads, one at the end of the muzzle and one at some point further down the barrel for stability. Remember a .308 suppressor is going to be large....10 to 14"`s and the diameter at 1 1/2" or greater depending on the maker. This simply hung on the end of a barrel, will not work.