Recent content by Mageever

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    Suppressors Drilling out keymo flash hider to 3/4 24

    You’ll run into a few issues. 1. The steel is very hard. Like The King said, you’ll have a helluva time machining it. 2. The SR25 relies on the muzzle face to seat the flash hider. You would need to ensure you start with a flash hider that already has that face cut so that you guarantee...
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    Suppressors Nomad ti vs Ultra 7

    To the OP, I don't think you can go wrong with either. Both offer exceptional accuracy (POI shift) and precision (repeatability). I recommend using our Xeno adapter and mounts with the Nomad for that perfect repeatability you're looking for. Todd Magee Dead Air Engineering
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    Suppressors Nomad ti vs Ultra 7

    Naaaahhh... That won't happen. We already have the Wolfman and it's astoundingly good with 9mm. The only issue is that it's limited on the high pressure rifle cartridge front. A true do-all can will always end up with some annoying limitations. In this case, people would expect the Nomad...
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    Suppressors Nomad ti vs Ultra 7

    I'm Todd Magee from Dead Air. I'll address some of these claims directly. First off, we probably ship around 10X more suppressors than TBAC. We respect and love those guys to death and I'm not going to make this about them at all. We probably have twice as many suppressors in our catalog and...
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    Suppressors Will Dead Air Void Warranty If Using Wolfman with Griffin Taper mount / Muzzle Devices?

    You’ll be fine. The main issues that we found with competitors’ mount options include: A. Non-coated stainless steel or Ti parts gall in cans of the same material. We’ve cut the mounts out of many customers cans before and I’m sure we’ll keep seeing it. I won’t say whose it is that that...
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    Suppressors Why is Dead Air key-mo hard to find?

    This is Todd Magee from Dead Air. I'm one of the owners and chief engineer. First off, I want to apologize if our accessories are hard to find right now. It's very difficult to get machines and qualified vendors up and running, but we've massively increased production and we're just now...
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    Suppressors Quick Detach Dead Air

    Nice! On those shims, we've been selling a really common shim in the market that is large enough to match the diameter of the back of the mount, but the wrench flats are sub-flush. I recommend using the flats over the forward-firing vents on the brake. That way they don't get folded over...
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    Suppressors Quick Detach Dead Air

    Hi DocRDS. I'm incredibly sorry that you're dealing with this. The mount is definitely not designed to become so tight you can't take it off. In fact, it's designed to be able to be removed even after hardcore use, so this is definitely atypical. Here are some things that sometimes catch...
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    Suppressors Nomad questions...

    Excellent point Ioveha. I think the one really high unsuppressed at-ear number might be a typo, as that's the exact value expected off the meter left of muzzle. @Bigrederic , I can give you my input as the engineer/designer for these two products. The Nomad-Ti is astoundingly light and...
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    Suppressors Dead Air nomad

    Thanks for bringing this up and thanks for the tag. The KeyMount system is good to go for 300NM and 300RUM. We've been running it on 338LM and it's doing great. The original messaging on 300WM was due to our belief in not rating a product for something that we haven't physically tested and...
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    Suppressors Sandman vs Nomad

    Sorry I missed this. I guess I need to turn on notifications or something. I've had my head down working on our new taper mount, and times are just crazy busy in general. Here's my take on it all from the designer and how we positioned the Nomad and Sandman in the lineup: For full auto...
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    Suppressors Having POI issues with deadair

    Thanks for everyone's input on this, including Griffins. It's expected that a KeyMount system will always return to zero. There can be a lot of variables that add variation, but with all of them removed, it should always work. I had the some concern on the barrel threads. I don't worry about...
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    Suppressors Baffle strikes on brand new Deadair nomad with ebrake

    @Sincerd Oh, you know that 13.5 LH Micro Mount is going to happen. It's on! As for aluminum, Pappas has said it doesn't have a place as a baffle material in a hard-use rifle can. The E-Brake is meant to be a lightweight recoil reducer on a lightweight suppressor. If we made it out of steel...
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    Suppressors Not a concern?

    @loveha First off, let me say I'm sorry you're displeased with the product. We'll be happy to get it back to the factory to look at it. Some background on our production: We've been massively updating our systems. In the past we've outsourced our manufacturing and while we're still doing...
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    Suppressors Baffle strikes on brand new Deadair nomad with ebrake

    @Ruger308 My name is Todd Magee from Dead Air. I'm actually the designer of this product and one of the owners of the company. First off, I'm really sorry you're dealing with. Let's definitely get this squared away for you. Our whole team is at SHOT this week, but we can get you a new...