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I like it a lot. Only gripe is has a beveled end to sit flush which when I had the tube cut down it was a little extra work to get it to properly seat. When I bought it, it came with the tool to fit in the end cap. Believe it or not, that end cap was a "blemished" end cap lol.how do you like that "hex" end cap? looks nice, a little spendy over the standard knurled SDTA caps but nice flush look
Awesome man, post up some pics if you dont mind. I really wanted to get a Diversified Machine set up in full stainless but wait times and other things led me to the manufactures I choseLooks very similar to mine. Same baffles except I used stainless to keep weight down. I used an SDTAC titanium tube, 5.5" I think, and their titanium end caps. Wanted to stay as light as possible. Not nearly as quiet as my SDN6, but a lot cheaper and sooo much lighter. It was worth it to me. I use mine on 6.8 only.
Yes it it didn't take me long to figure out I need a dedicated 22lr can. Maybe at tax time. But I always run a couple rounds of 223 through it.now look inside your suppressor --- 22lr puts a ton of black muck inside a suppressor (unlike centerfire) --I know i've done it too ---its fun to shoot 22lr through a CF suppressor but it's better to have a dedicated one---I will note that 22lr through a dedicated 1" diameter, 6" long alum suppressor is actually quieter than through a SDTA 10" ti .277 suppressor ----I can't hear your video as I have no speakers on my terminal, but if you want to hear stupid quite 22lr ammo try the CCI 22LR quiet ammo (40 grain bullet @710 fps) it is crazy quite (but wont cycle most semi autos)-- maybe that was what you were shooting when it wouldn't cycle your gun there