Not a lot of practical reviews of them on here. I watched Frank's video of his suppressed Tango 51 and damn, that thing was quiet! What are other owners experience with them? Anyone have concrete dba ratings/reduction for them?
Silencer Central has 9/16x24 to 5/8x24 adapters for $30.I haven't had the opportunity to test out any other suppressors on my TacOps due to the thread pattern, but I do quite enjoy my TacOps suppressor.
It's very quiet, the recoil impulse is pleasurable, and makes the rifle a joy to shoot. The build quality is spectacular as well, like anything TacOps.
Most of the ranges I shoot at have covered tin corrugated roofs, which aren't great for comparing acoustics of suppressors, especially if others around are shooting unsuppressed. At some point I'll have to take out the TacOps and shoot side by side with my 6.5 Creedmoor and other suppressors without any roofs impeding the acoustics to get a better feel for it.
If you've seen any of my posts in regards to suppressors, you'll see that I'm not a dB whore. There are more interesting aspects to suppressors than just dB suppression. That said, the TacOps performs well in that category. And how often do you get to have a rifle AND suppressor that's built by the same person/company?
Just ordered a Tac Ops can and rifle myself. Should have the rifle in the spring and the can next winter. In the meantime I'll run an adapter with the can I currently haveI have a TBAC Ultra7 that I put a Hellfire adapter in. I used a 9/16-24 Hellfire adapter and th fit on the rifle was tight, but the can worked well on the Lima51. View attachment 8002602
Once I got the TacOps can, though, the world was right. It fits better, looks better and the rifle shoots and sounds better with it. Is it quieter? Who cares? It's just a better FIT to the rifle.
An exciting feeling isn't it? Especially when on the phone call Mike goes "you're the proud owner of a Tac Ops."Just ordered a Tac Ops can and rifle myself. Should have the rifle in the spring and the can next winter. In the meantime I'll run an adapter with the can I currently have