.17 HMR Caliber Suppressor / Silencer

SKU: S17HMR
.17 HMR Caliber Suppressor / Silencer

.17 HMR Caliber Suppressor / Silencer.17 HMR Caliber Suppressor / Silencer.17 HMR Caliber Suppressor / Silencer.17 HMR Caliber Suppressor / Silencer.17 HMR Caliber Suppressor / Silencer
.17 HMR Caliber Suppressor / Silencer.17 HMR Caliber Suppressor / Silencer.17 HMR Caliber Suppressor / Silencer.17 HMR Caliber Suppressor / Silencer
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Material Comparison

  Aluminum Stainless Titanium
Cost Best Better Good
Weight Best Good Better
Wear Durability Good Best Better
Heat Durabiilty Good Best Better

 

Aluminum is not full auto or bump fire rated. 

Titanium can handle full auto or bump fire for a limited time/one magazine before cooling. 

Stainless is full auto or bump fire rated but also for a limited time/two or three magazines before cooling.

These are conservative numbers and can vary based on load, barrel length, suppressor size and speed of magazine swaps. 

As time progresses we will publish the limits we find. See FAQs for more information.

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Q: looking to get savage a17 rifle to despatch traped hoggs. suppressor should i be looking to get.
1 year ago
Posted by Johnnie
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1 year ago
Posted by Staff
The independence is great with a titanium tube and aluminum core or for a little extra suppression guys like the full aluminum Jefferson suppressor. In my opinion I would recommend the Jefferson it is an awesome suppressor for this rifle.
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Q: I have a savage a17 What would the thread be I'm using it as a coyote an small game rifle
1 year ago
Posted by Tre
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1 year ago
Posted by Staff
The most common thread size for that rifle is a ½-28. If your rifle is already threaded, the best thing to do is take it to a gunsmith locally and have them check it. If it is not threaded currently, have the gunsmith thread it for ½-28.
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