A true multi-cal silencer

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  1. BigWaylon

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    That's pretty neat
     
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    6.75”, 14.2oz, 1.5” OD
    I’m surprised it’s not heavier with the extra baffles. Curious how it performs.
     
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    I believe that weight is with one set of baffles and a direct thread adapter installed...in other words a “ready to fire” config.

    The NFA Review video has some shooting. He seemed to be pretty satisfied with it.
     
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    Anyone get a quote on price yet? I’m interested in getting my first suppressor and would prefer a multi-cal


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    I just sent an email to Enfield and the three dealers listed on their How To Buy page. I’ll post up if/when I get replies.
     
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    Deadeye Gun and Pawn LLC: $1100/shipped
    Defense Theory: $1079.30 “out the door to your FFL” (which I’m assuming is “shipped”)

    And Enfield said:
    Thank you for your interest in our NOVUS silencer!

    The MSRP on the NOVUS is $1049. We are currently shipping to dealers daily! If you provide me the contact information for your preferred class 3 dealer then I can reach out and see if we can get them setup to order. You can also give us a call, 855-396-3336, and order direct from our customer service team then we will ship to your dealer of choice for the transfer.
     
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    Curious how that compares to the Griffin multi. It prices out about $200 more


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    The Bushwhacker?
     
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    The Optimus.


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    This one handles a lot more calibers than the Optimus. The Bushwhacker (and SiCo Hybrid) are probably better comparisons.

    I don’t know there’s much real-world feedback on this one. The NFA Review Channel video already shows the color coding system isn’t worth much after a couple mags, so you’d have to sort by bore size.

    The advantage of this one over the Bushwhacker/Hybrid is the fact you’d have a tighter bore all the way through the stack for smaller calibers, not just a tighter end cap. That might make up for it being shorter than other cans.
     
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    Honestly I started my trust paperwork and got stuck. Need to figure out next steps on that so I can proceed. I wonder if there is a forum for that


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    Forum to ask questions about a trust? You can try here.

    Or something else, like using the trust to fill out the F1/F4/RPQ/FP cards? Ask away. No guarantees anywhere, but somebody here has probably been through it.
     
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    thanks, I just posted a question on the NFA portion of the forum
     
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    Sounds like a good option, but I aspire to have dedicated optics and dedicated cans as well.