.308

SKU: S308
.308

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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 At getting for savage axis .308 and cant remember my thread pitch
1 year ago
Posted by Jack
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1 year ago
Posted by Staff
The Savage Axis 308win has a thread pitch of 5/8-24. There are some killer deals on these rifles right now check out the link below they range from $265- on up which is a great price for such a great gun.
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Q: I am looking at putting this on my dpms oracle 308, 7.62 and do not know the tread pitch
1 year ago
Posted by Nicholas
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1 year ago
Posted by Robert
The DPMS Oracle 308 is 5/8-24
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Q: Are all the Hancock suppressor rated for Magnum? I'm getting a 308. And was hoping to use it on my 300win.
1 year ago
Posted by Travis
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1 year ago
Posted by Staff
Yes, the stainless tube with titanium baffle or the full titanium will handle the 300win mag round.
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Q: What's the weight of the Ti/Ti Hancock?
9 months ago
Posted by Marshall
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8 months ago
Posted by Staff
The average weight is 19oz for the .308 version, the weight changes slightly depending on the thread size and caliber size +/- 1oz
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