Suppressor for my MR762 - SilcencerCo Omega 300 or OSS HX-QD 762? - Page 3
Page 3 of 3 FirstFirst 1 2 3
Results 21 to 24 of 24
Like Tree11Likes

Thread: Suppressor for my MR762 - SilcencerCo Omega 300 or OSS HX-QD 762?

  1. #21
    Member
    ErickZ's Avatar
    Join Date : Jun 2016
    Posts : 61
    Mentioned
    1 Post(s)

    Default

    Here is the model info off the box.

    Also, when I mounted it I followed the torque specifications for each module.
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails Suppressor for my MR762 - SilcencerCo Omega 300 or OSS HX-QD 762?-cdae0b59-8a69-44d4-8a45-3d898aceb162_1537745185655.jpeg   Suppressor for my MR762 - SilcencerCo Omega 300 or OSS HX-QD 762?-873972c2-c8db-479d-aea3-b09093c8b79a_1537745194819.jpeg   Suppressor for my MR762 - SilcencerCo Omega 300 or OSS HX-QD 762?-bcf32365-2721-4a68-97f5-4e017a5ab6e8_1537745208382.jpeg  

  2. #22
    Premium Professional
    THRLSEKR's Avatar
    Join Date : Jan 2015
    Location : Central Florida
    Posts : 550
    Mentioned
    22 Post(s)

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by ErickZ View Post
    Here is the model info off the box.

    Also, when I mounted it I followed the torque specifications for each module.
    Now this IS INTERESTING!!!! The O.S.S. that @mew and I own from the MR762SD package (seemed uber cool and COLLECTIBLE at the time....) is the GEN 4. (which according to mew and his conversations with O.S.S. themselves....is really the Generation ONE (1) just cleverly marketed) and between the BPR Back Pressure Regulator and SRM Sound Reduction Module are exceedingly difficult to "index" AND make the Octagonal outer shells align WHILE making the inners TIGHT. I am positively FASCINATED by the photos of your Instructions with not only directions for an additional 45* TURN to torque the innards, but an included TOOL TO DO SO!!!!! They (O.S.S.) SAID in their literature at the time, that would be a tool constructed or included at the time of manufacture and printing of Owners Manual, but they in fact never DID create one for our version/generation.

  3. #23
    Very Senior Member
    tps3443's Avatar
    Join Date : Nov 2014
    Location : Angier NC
    Posts : 232
    Mentioned
    2 Post(s)

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by THRLSEKR View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by douglasjboehme View Post
    Thank you!!!

    I assumed the OSS would be louder because of how it handles backpressure. I think it's somewhere near or just above 140db which is a lot.

    Maybe I can ask a different way: if the Omega 300 is a good suppressor, will it harm my MR762, cause it to not cycle correctly (I use 165gr or more matchgrade ammo), or will it just send a ton of gas back out the ejection port? I'm not really wedded to any suppressor at the moment, I just don't want to get the Omega 300 and regret it later.

    If your answer is to not get the Omega 300 but instead look to the SOCOM 2, I'm fine with that answer. I'd rather pay a bit more for one instead of buying something I don't need.
    Doug,

    I can't 'speak' to the OMEGA 300 as i don't own and have never shot it. The S.F. SOCOM.....damn! I was ARMY (like 100 lbs. ago) and a Police Officer. I love gear and MilSpec really DOES mean something. I tend to over-"build", over-"weld", and if 1 staple is good, the THREE STAPLES are better. That being said, I may not know much, but I like substance over name. I LOVE my KNIGHTS ARMAMENT .45 can over any of my thin-walled 'baffle-stack' SiCo's and the like. The SOCOM is ri-DIC-U-lously Heavy Duty and Strong with a great Q.D. collar. The absolutely have a HK 15x1 muzzle brake/adapter so it's a viable option.

    It is incredibly quiet on my Rem 700 with single shot bolt sub-sonic, and really, really good with up to 175 ATOMIC MATCH. Same for the HK MR762, but of course louder in the S/A. I am by no means an authority and can all but Guarantee the you will hear from the Generation 'stuff' from MEW when he sees the mention and this thread.
    This ^

    I am totally with him on the big, heavy, durable stuff, that’s overbuilt. Especially for a MR762. I’d want something tough as nails!

    Knight’s Armament 45 can rocks btw. Can’t wait to get mine.

  4. Remove Advertisements
    HKPro.com
    Advertisements
     

  5. #24
    Desperately Needs Treatment
    Drooler's Avatar
    Join Date : Apr 2011
    Location : Mid West
    Posts : 1,055
    Mentioned
    27 Post(s)

    Default

    Congrats on your purchase. Fingers crossed, your BATF approval comes sooner vs later.

    My SureFire cans have been bullet proof but huge caveat in that I do not carry a gun for a living.

    However, I did do a lot of research prior to my first suppressor purchase including speaking to former and current SF folks. They loved their SureFire cans. Supposedly Navy went with AAC because it performed better when exposed to salt water...

    I have two SOCOM suppressors. One mini for my MR762 13” assaulter build. One “regular” for my full length 16” MR762.

    Suppressor for my MR762 - SilcencerCo Omega 300 or OSS HX-QD 762?-123b8d71-722b-4735-b236-3cfdbf0e7038.jpeg

    Suppressor for my MR762 - SilcencerCo Omega 300 or OSS HX-QD 762?-d4dbe1ab-0835-4133-9216-bb8bfe1892ab.jpeg
    THRLSEKR likes this.

Page 3 of 3 FirstFirst 1 2 3

Sponsored Links

 
 

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •  

Search tags for this page

oss helix 762

,

oss helix qd direct thread

Click on a term to search for related topics.