Getting close to purchasing a dedicated can for a new build, this one will be for a lighter weight crossover rifle for general use, shooting 500 and in, and hunting. Primary goal is for max suppression, secondary goal is light weight. Parts: TL3, HNT26, Bartlein 6.5x47 and 223 barrels, all parts in hand or on order through SPR.

I have four centerfire cans, all 30 caliber (2 TBAC, 2 KGM), but am wondering if getting a 6.5 can would make an appreciable difference in suppressing the x47 and the 223.

Looking at the OCL Hydrogen L in 6.5 or possibly the DD Enticer L-Ti with removable end caps, vs the Magnus. I do like the weight, size, and cost savings of the first two. I have no experience with removable end caps or smaller bore cans.

If bore diameter doesn’t make much difference in practical sound suppression, then I will just stick with another 30 caliber can, but will go to a 6.5 bore if there’s a noticeable difference, especially with the 223.

I have four centerfire cans, all 30 caliber (2 TBAC, 2 KGM), but am wondering if getting a 6.5 can would make an appreciable difference in suppressing the x47 and the 223.

Looking at the OCL Hydrogen L in 6.5 or possibly the DD Enticer L-Ti with removable end caps, vs the Magnus. I do like the weight, size, and cost savings of the first two. I have no experience with removable end caps or smaller bore cans.

If bore diameter doesn’t make much difference in practical sound suppression, then I will just stick with another 30 caliber can, but will go to a 6.5 bore if there’s a noticeable difference, especially with the 223.