Solvent Trap Suppressor?

AMGtuned

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Any idea on an eta?
I do not. I only loosely follow it on a form 1 board. Its been of discussion lately regarding baffle design in the v1.5 Ti. Doesn't concern me other than the data, I have no dog in the fight. Neat design though, great results
 

Cclary60

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I’ve never personally been impressed by the performance using a form 1 suppressor for pistol calibers, but for the money, the performance of some of the nicer “solvent traps” in larger caliber rifles aren’t bad for the price.
 

Buzzsaw0311

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I'm interested in having a suppressor for several of my rifles. However, I'm NOT interested in the outrageous wait time. (n) I would like to build/buy a Solvent Trap and go with the Form 1 method. All of my rifles are 243 caliber or smaller, so a 30 caliber suppressor should cover everything.

I prefer titanium or stainless steel material. I don't think aircraft aluminum would last as long, but I could be wrong.
I've done some research and found that some solvent traps are anywhere from $200 to $600 price range...and higher. :rolleyes:

Which brand/model would you recommend?

I'm open to suggestions. :)
Your experience and knowledge is appreciated.
Bowhunter57
I went with KM Tactical
 

Bubs

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Filed / paid for my six (6) Form-1’s (4x silencers, 2x SBRs) on June 5. Not a peep since then. ☹

Quick question — which cones are more effective? Stepped or smooth? 50 or 60? For 5.56 / 7.62.
I found 50s are better for 5.56,but chamber size is the the real secret.
 

token3495

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Before, I would build form 1 clone cans while waiting on Form 4's but now I've been shifting toward Form 1's. I've built a couple 9mm cans for my SD and recently built a 5" can (sandman K clone) for my SBR with a Quelltech tube and 5 WTT 50's (3 heat treated stainless, 2 titanium).

So far Quell Tech's Flo Kit has been a good performer for supers which I have on order. Also check out dino precision. Their cup design is showing promise.
 

105gr

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I have an all aluminum kit on my 6.5CM. About 400rnds through it and no issues. I'll follow up if issues come up. Got it from ANL in AZ.
 

Praetorian_6

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My buddy wants me to join him in a group purchase on some no-name cheap solvent traps. My question would be if this is something worth considering. I guess I would play along for the cheapness of it, but I don't want any safety risks or large performance troubles.