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(1/23/03 6:08:46 pm)
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Does anyone have info on questionable accuracy of suppressed .308's.

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I have no knowledge on their effect on accuracy of a .308 Winchester.

Welcome to the board, Swoosh19.
"Keep Off The Ridgeline"


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rayra
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swoosh, go file the permit paperwork, pay your $200 tax, and test it for us.
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They are perfectly legal to own provided your state
has no restrictions on them, you file paperwork
and pay the $200.00 tax.

Most states allow NFA!

Sorry I haven't had time to catch up in here lately
folks!


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AntiqueDr
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Generally speaking, add-on suppressors negatively affect the accuracy. Still easily capable of 'minute-of-man' or better, though. Rifles that are designed and built with noise suppression in mind generally fare somewhat better.

Bear in mind that 'suppressing' a .308 requires a combination of hardware and ballistic choices. Certainly not as simple as suppressing a 9mm.
 

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I've shot a suppressed McMillan that was awsome. As was mentioned earlier - its a mix of the round and the weapon.

Take a look at the .300 Whisper for a spiffy .30 cal set up for suppression. Its essentially a .223 necked up to .30.
 
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