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GRIFFIN ARMAMENT
9 November 2015, 11:19
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e4KfGPM-cJc

Extremely Proud of our new Optimus silencer. Coming to dealers near you early 2016

The Optimus Silencer is the most significant advancement in consumer silencer technology in the last decade. A truly high performance and versatile silencer, the optimus can service any firearm from rimfire calibers up to 300 winchester magnum. Utilizing full 17-4 stainless construction with user adaptable components the Optimus in its full size standard configuration is a 9.4 18.5 ounce, taper mounted 300 Winchester Magnum rated silencer. A 7.9 inch 16 ounce 308 rated Mid Size Taper Mount configuration can be attained using the optional minimalist brake shield. Re configuring the suppressor with the included booster assembly and piston, the Optimus transforms into a high performance, reliable, 9mm pistol silencer. The optional low profile 3 lug assembly can also be interfaced with the optimus pistol configuration, providing secure attachment for 9mm, 556 and 300 blk out carbines. Additionally, the user can enjoy quiet rimfire shooting by switching end caps to the included 22 caliber end cap. After use the Optimus can be fully disassembled for cleaning by removing the patent pending Taper Lock ring and front cap assembly.


The Optimus silencer transforms into multiple configurations to suit the shooters requirements on various platforms from rimfire to 300 win mag. Full spectrum versatility, in a single, durable, user serviceable silencer is now possible with the Griffin Optimus.


Includes: 9mm and 22 caliber end caps; full booster assembly and 1/2x28 piston, 5/8x24 30 caliber Minimalist Brake Mount.


9mm can only be fired in short length.

Barrel length ratings coming soon.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZCP4AF8Hv-k

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titanse05
9 November 2015, 11:33
Wow..... that is all. :)

MSRP?

alamo5000
9 November 2015, 11:53
Holy shnikies batman!

GRIFFIN ARMAMENT
9 November 2015, 11:57
Wow..... that is all. :)

MSRP?

1095 MSRP

UWone77
9 November 2015, 12:14
Holy shnikies batman!

Imagine my shock when I saw you were interested in this. [:D]

Looks like a winner Griffin!

VIPER 237
9 November 2015, 12:43
Shit. That's amazing.

JFQuest
9 November 2015, 13:24
Sounds like this might answer my .357mag carbine dilemma!

jksilencers
9 November 2015, 14:11
Can't wait to get my hands on these.

Dstrbdmedic167
9 November 2015, 14:35
Can't wait to get my hands on these.

Glad to see you here! Reminds me I need to plan a trip to your area one day...

toolboxluis00200
9 November 2015, 14:41
Holy poop my dream suppreos

alamo5000
9 November 2015, 16:49
Imagine my shock when I saw you were interested in this. [:D]

Looks like a winner Griffin!

http://www.micksilva.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/shocked-face.jpg



https://welimin.files.wordpress.com/2014/01/shocked-face.png


HAHAAA!!!

I ain't gonna lie. I want.

voodoo_man
9 November 2015, 18:01
Sort of want

toolboxluis00200
9 November 2015, 18:44
Sort of want

Sort of how many u getting

voodoo_man
10 November 2015, 04:17
Sort of how many u getting

Depends.

Joelski
10 November 2015, 04:38
All your can are belong to us. You have been assimilated. [/GriffinArmament]

Simplified the OP.

:D

Pyzik
10 November 2015, 06:27
Am I reading this right? Can fire 9mm and 5.56?

5.56 from a 14.5" barrel?

Pyzik
10 November 2015, 06:29
Should I be calling my smith and telling him never mind on pinning the rainier comp to my .223 AK and pick up a griffin muzzle device?

I do believe this may be my first silencer...

JFQuest
10 November 2015, 06:55
About the time these become available the Griffin Recce7 I just bought should be out of jail. Looks like I am going to be buying a bunch of Griffin muzzle devices over the next couple of months!

toolboxluis00200
10 November 2015, 08:20
Depends.

U now my b day is coming up [BD] so. Sort of give me one lol. J/k

toolboxluis00200
10 November 2015, 08:22
Am I reading this right? Can fire 9mm and 5.56?

5.56 from a 14.5" barrel?

From silincershop

17 Mach2, .17 HMR, .22 Hornet, .22 LR, .22 MAG, .22 WMR, .300 BLK, 5.45x39mm, 5.7x28 FN, 6.8mm, 9mm, 5.56mm (.223), 7.62mm (.30 Caliber - up to .300WM)

Pyzik
10 November 2015, 08:27
From silincershop

17 Mach2, .17 HMR, .22 Hornet, .22 LR, .22 MAG, .22 WMR, .300 BLK, 5.45x39mm, 5.7x28 FN, 6.8mm, 9mm, 5.56mm (.223), 7.62mm (.30 Caliber - up to .300WM)
What I need to know is barrel length though.

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SINNER
10 November 2015, 08:30
If that can will handle .300 Winmag it will likely handle a 5.56 from any barrel length.

Pyzik
10 November 2015, 08:34
If that can will handle .300 Winmag it will likely handle a 5.56 from any barrel length.

That was kind of my thinking as well but my knowledge of silencers is just above my knowledge of interstellar travel so I just want to be sure. Haha.

Seriously considering telling my smith to hold off and I need to order a griffin device.

toolboxluis00200
10 November 2015, 08:34
If that can will handle .300 Winmag it will likely handle a 5.56 from any barrel length.

I hope so if not then to me this suppressor will be useless to own

VIPER 237
10 November 2015, 10:06
If that can will handle .300 Winmag it will likely handle a 5.56 from any barrel length.

My thoughts as well, except it's listed as not being full auto rated except in 9mm and 300aac Subs.

Damn my Recce 5 and checkmate just showed up at my dealer too...

Former11B
10 November 2015, 16:51
Wow. Awesome

I just don't get the ATF/NFA ruling about extra baffles/parts and how configurable cans get around that portion of it. Like if I had this in the 9mm configuration and went to the range to shoot my G19 9mm and I've left baffles and part of a suppressor tube at home....

This kind of thing shows the stupidity of these .Gov rulings and why they make no sense or have reason for existing

Pyzik
10 November 2015, 16:56
Wow. Awesome

I just don't get the ATF/NFA ruling about extra baffles/parts and how configurable cans get around that portion of it. Like if I had this in the 9mm configuration and went to the range to shoot my G19 9mm and I've left baffles and part of a suppressor tube at home....

This kind of thing shows the stupidity of these .Gov rulings and why they make no sense or reason for existing

Huh? Guess I have some reading to do

Former11B
10 November 2015, 17:07
Huh? Guess I have some reading to do

It's why SIG lost in court. Baffles are also considered silencers, even though they are just parts of the whole.

Why wouldn't a Form 1 builder be allowed to make, just not assemble into the final product, all the parts before receiving the stamp on the form? Because the ATF says it's illegal.

That's why I just don't understand configurable cans and how they work around it.

BoilerUp
10 November 2015, 17:38
It's why SIG lost in court. Baffles are also considered silencers, even though they are just parts of the whole.

Why wouldn't a Form 1 builder be allowed to make, just not assemble into the final product, all the parts before receiving the stamp on the form? Because the ATF says it's illegal.

That's why I just don't understand configurable cans and how they work around it.

Nuts. I hadn't realized that there had been a ruling on the Sig case: http://www.guns.com/2015/09/25/judge-rules-in-sigs-case-against-atf-its-a-silencer/

toolboxluis00200
10 November 2015, 18:36
ATF=I don't know crap I just want to put people in jail

GOST
10 November 2015, 18:51
Would be nice if you could buy the serial numbered sleeve separate, then send off for your stamp. Then buy the rest of it later.

alamo5000
10 November 2015, 18:55
Would be nice if you could buy the serial numbered sleeve separate, then send off for your stamp. Then buy the rest of it later.

Wouldn't it be nice if we didn't have to worry about any of that crap. Just click it, order it and no 5 month long wait.

VIPER 237
11 November 2015, 09:07
Wow. Awesome

I just don't get the ATF/NFA ruling about extra baffles/parts and how configurable cans get around that portion of it. Like if I had this in the 9mm configuration and went to the range to shoot my G19 9mm and I've left baffles and part of a suppressor tube at home....

This kind of thing shows the stupidity of these .Gov rulings and why they make no sense or have reason for existing

From what I understand is that the baffles are the same in all configurations, you're just changing blast/booster assemblies and end caps. Pretty ingenious.

tact
11 November 2015, 16:24
Weird there's no barrel ratings yet.

alamo5000
11 November 2015, 16:48
Weird there's no barrel ratings yet.

"Barrel length ratings coming soon."

It's right in the description on GA's site.

http://www.griffinarmament.com/OPTIMUS-SILENCER-p/gaopt.htm

tact
11 November 2015, 16:51
"Barrel length ratings coming soon."

It's right in the description on GA's site.

http://www.griffinarmament.com/OPTIMUS-SILENCER-p/gaopt.htm

Ahhhhh yeah I read that.......that is why I said it's weird they are not available yet which is what I took coming soon as, but thanks for the knowledge.

VIPER 237
11 November 2015, 17:17
Weird there's no barrel ratings yet.

http://www.m4carbine.net/showthread.php?176112-Griffin-Armament-Optimus

tact
11 November 2015, 19:29
http://www.m4carbine.net/showthread.php?176112-Griffin-Armament-Optimus

Thanks.

Silencer Shop
12 November 2015, 11:51
Full Sized:
Bolt gun use up to .300 Win Mag on a 24″ barrel
308/6.5CM 14.5″
6.8spc 10.5″
7.6239 8″
300blk 8″ Super/sub
5.56mm 7.5″

Mid Size:
308 Win 16″
6.5CM 16″
6.8spc 12.5″
7.6239 8″
300blk Super/Sub 8″
10.5″ 5.56mm

Pistol Configuration with Booster:
Up to .357 Magnum
**With fixed barrel spacer, full auto 9mm

3-Lug Configuration:
5.56mm limited full auto down to 16″
5.56mm Semi auto 14.5″
.300BLK supersonic limited full auto to 9.5″
.300BLK subsonic full auto to 8″
5.7 full auto

Direct Thread Configuration:
300BLK Subsonic and 9mm full auto rated
Rimfire full auto
5.7 full auto

toolboxluis00200
12 November 2015, 12:09
Maybe I can start a GoFound. So I can get one. [BD]

DutyUse
13 November 2015, 09:05
Good video from Military Arms on this Silencer

http://youtu.be/e4KfGPM-cJc

Pyzik
13 November 2015, 09:21
Good video from Military Arms on this Silencer

http://youtu.be/e4KfGPM-cJc
Just watched it this AM.

I need this in my life

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DutyUse
13 November 2015, 09:50
It does seem pretty versatile. I was planning to get an Omega & Sparrow combo to cover most of my guns but I'm seriously considering this

GRIFFIN ARMAMENT
13 November 2015, 14:10
It's why SIG lost in court. Baffles are also considered silencers, even though they are just parts of the whole.

Why wouldn't a Form 1 builder be allowed to make, just not assemble into the final product, all the parts before receiving the stamp on the form? Because the ATF says it's illegal.

That's why I just don't understand configurable cans and how they work around it.

Sig lost in court because they wanted permission to sell a mono-core baffle they were advertising a $200 stamp suppressor tube for, and they wanted to sell it without a tax stamp. It was kind of like asking the ATF to sell a parts kit for a silencer without a stamp. A little bold, but I wouldn't have done that arm brace thing either, and that worked for them until they sued the ATF- was that once or twice?

Our can ships in a full size configuration containing all the baffles. One baffle is removed to re-configure the can. AAC and Rugged have modular cans which are reconfigured by removing tube sections that mount the front cap and house internal baffles.

toolboxluis00200
13 November 2015, 14:13
Sig lost in court because they wanted permission to sell a mono-core baffle they were advertising a suppressor tube for, and they wanted to sell it without a tax stamp. It was kind of like asking the ATF to sell a parts kit for a silencer without a stamp. A little bold, but I wouldn't have done that arm brace thing either, and that worked for them until they sued the ATF- was that once or twice?

I think two times but I can be wrong

Army203
14 November 2015, 10:36
I love it. My only wish is that it would have a mount for an A2 muzzle device so it could fit my BCMs. Then it would rule the world.

GRIFFIN ARMAMENT
14 November 2015, 13:45
I love it. My only wish is that it would have a mount for an A2 muzzle device so it could fit my BCMs. Then it would rule the world.

We initially didn't like the idea, but it has warmed up to us. We're taking a look at it.

UWone77
14 November 2015, 13:53
I love it. My only wish is that it would have a mount for an A2 muzzle device so it could fit my BCMs. Then it would rule the world.

I think there's a good reason why virtually everyone abandoned the A2 mount. It sucks.

GRIFFIN ARMAMENT
14 November 2015, 14:20
I think there's a good reason why virtually everyone abandoned the A2 mount. It sucks.

For optimal performance proprietary devices are ideal. Granted everyone has A2's, and sending 5.56mm through a 9mm bore is an application in which the can isn't going to know the difference between a proprietary mount and an A2.

Our SDQD mounts and interface are extremely high performance, and may cause 1/2MOA accuracy loss. That's pretty nominal when people are using M193 and kicking doors or shooting on a short flat range. The Optimus wouldn't utilize an SDQD mount because it is not 1.5" diameter so we will have to make a mount for it that is more oriented toward getting customers greater functionality and A2 compatibility.

Army203
14 November 2015, 18:09
Could also be the fact that a lot of people forget to not use a crush washer when mounting them. I wold be nice to not have to switch out my BCM Mod 0 or Battle comps.

But looking at this from a practical Military/ LE application, this would kill the competition. You now have basically ONE suppressor in inventory that can be mounted to any weapon system on hand. Griffin Armament just drove that ball over the Green Giant.

Former11B
14 November 2015, 19:09
Sig lost in court because they wanted permission to sell a mono-core baffle they were advertising a $200 stamp suppressor tube for, and they wanted to sell it without a tax stamp. It was kind of like asking the ATF to sell a parts kit for a silencer without a stamp. A little bold, but I wouldn't have done that arm brace thing either, and that worked for them until they sued the ATF- was that once or twice?

Our can ships in a full size configuration containing all the baffles. One baffle is removed to re-configure the can. AAC and Rugged have modular cans which are reconfigured by removing tube sections that mount the front cap and house internal baffles.

I didn't mean to imply yall were doing anything shady or "borderline", so allow me to apologize if you felt I lumped you in with someone clearly trying to skirt the rules.

My issue is really with the NFA and the rules themselves. I can't have a 10" AR with a stock but throw a slick buffer on and it's OK because now it's a "pistol". Silly. Nonsensical, IMO. Sorry for the thread derail and again, I meant nothing bad towards your company in any way




But looking at this from a practical Military/ LE application, this would kill the competition. You now have basically ONE suppressor in inventory that can be mounted to any weapon system on hand. Griffin Armament just drove that ball over the Green Giant.


I have a friend with two Colt LE 7920s and two Daniel Defense rifles, the Colts with standard A2s and the DD's with their "modified" A2. He wants a can and I'm telling him go with an M4SDII and call it a day. Four rifles, one can. Too easy

The KAC NT4 has the same sound attenuation as the M4SD-K....but the Griffin can is TEN OUNCES lighter. Go full size (M4SDII) and you're still seven ounces lighter and 8dB more quiet.

Unless you're building a straight up 100% clone...it's a no brainer

tact
14 November 2015, 19:21
Who wants just one can?

GRIFFIN ARMAMENT
16 November 2015, 08:30
I'm pretty sure the M4SD K has better sound attenuation than the NT4 especially on short barrels, and is ~5 ounces lighter. The KAC website spec is 24 ounces but the can actually weighs 22 ounces and the mount ~2 ounces.

The NT4 is an alright can which was state of the art in its day. It has the military history, but I would look at it this way: The NT4 was designed in ~1996 when 10" barrels didn't exist (or were not a design consideration), and 14.5" barrels were the designed barrel length for the contract- so the blast chamber geometry is smaller than would provide ideal safety factor to 10" guns. The baffle material is comparatively weak, softer and not all that wear resistant cast 625 inconel (about 32KSI yield- or about on par with 304SS)- it has a track record for completely wearing through 2-3 baffles in ~8000 rounds on a 10" gun. The plug welded 625 inconel tube will hole through at one of the welds when the cans are beat on, because spot welding 625 anneals the tube at those spot welds, reducing 45% of its strength at the welds.

The Griffin M4SD K is made from 17-4 billet material- the blast chamber provides better safety factor with short barrels. The baffles are ~15 Rockwell C points harder so they are a lot more wear resistant, and they have ~135KSI yield (4 times stronger than the cast 625, despite similar material thickness at the present time). The integrated flash suppressor front cap reduces flash signature. The can is lighter, stronger, more quiet, more safe to run on short guns, and more wear resistant.

alamo5000
16 November 2015, 18:00
I'm pretty sure the M4SD K has better sound attenuation than the NT4 especially on short barrels, and is ~5 ounces lighter. The KAC website spec is 24 ounces but the can actually weighs 22 ounces and the mount ~2 ounces.

The NT4 is an alright can which was state of the art in its day. It has the military history, but I would look at it this way: The NT4 was designed in ~1996 when 10" barrels didn't exist (or were not a design consideration), and 14.5" barrels were the designed barrel length for the contract- so the blast chamber geometry is smaller than would provide ideal safety factor to 10" guns. The baffle material is comparatively weak, softer and not all that wear resistant cast 625 inconel (about 32KSI yield- or about on par with 304SS)- it has a track record for completely wearing through 2-3 baffles in ~8000 rounds on a 10" gun. The plug welded 625 inconel tube will hole through at one of the welds when the cans are beat on, because spot welding 625 anneals the tube at those spot welds, reducing 45% of its strength at the welds.

The Griffin M4SD K is made from 17-4 billet material- the blast chamber provides better safety factor with short barrels. The baffles are ~15 Rockwell C points harder so they are a lot more wear resistant, and they have ~135KSI yield (4 times stronger than the cast 625, despite similar material thickness at the present time). The integrated flash suppressor front cap reduces flash signature. The can is lighter, stronger, more quiet, more safe to run on short guns, and more wear resistant.

Damn. Just DAMN!

Excellent post.

I am learning good and new things every day.

Former11B
17 November 2015, 05:49
Interesting information about the NT4. I always read online that it is "built like a brick shithouse", I guess due to the crazy weight people assume it's over engineered and therefore very durable/long lasting. They also have the drawback of being on the expensive side, and paying more than $1000 for a suppressor nowadays, should get you into the upper tiers of suppressor tech.


edited due to phone/siri derp

GRIFFIN ARMAMENT
17 November 2015, 13:26
Interesting information about the NT4. I always read online that it is "built like a brick shithouse", I guess due to the crazy weight people assume it's over engineered and therefore very durable/long lasting. They also have the drawback of being on the expensive side, and paying more than $1000 for a suppressor nowadays, should get you into the upper tears o they also have the drawback of being on the expensive side, and paying more than $1000 for a suppressor nowadays, should get you or than 20-year-old technology

The NT4 started as a lighter can (the original M4QD had no perforated girdle at all), and a series of engineering changes were made to make the suppressor more durable (and heavier) as units failed in military testing and in the field. I don't doubt engineers would have made an entirely different can, had they not had a predetermined tube to use, and had they not been involved in a series of incremental improvements to an existing product.

Pyzik
21 November 2015, 17:45
Forgive me, I am a COMPLETE noob to suppressors and mounts. I've been wanting just this suppressor for quite some time and it's finally here.
Problem is, it's a little confusing to me. I'm trying to figure out what mounts I'll need for three rifles. Two are 14.5 pinned and I would like brakes for them.

These brakes would work good for that and this suppressor correct? http://www.griffinarmament.com/Griffin-Taper-Mount-Muzzle-Brake-p/tmb.htm
http://www.griffinarmament.com/Taper-Mount-Flash-Comp-p/tmfc.htm

I've got one gun (5.56 AK) at the shop now getting cut and have another devices I was asking him to pin on. I need to call him on Monday and tell him to STOP. Hoping it's not done already.
I'll get one of these brakes and have it put on.

GRIFFIN, plan on having a Black Friday sale on brakes?

alamo5000
21 November 2015, 18:06
Forgive me, I am a COMPLETE noob to suppressors and mounts. I've been wanting just this suppressor for quite some time and it's finally here.
Problem is, it's a little confusing to me. I'm trying to figure out what mounts I'll need for three rifles. Two are 14.5 pinned and I would like brakes for them.

These brakes would work good for that and this suppressor correct? http://www.griffinarmament.com/Griffin-Taper-Mount-Muzzle-Brake-p/tmb.htm
http://www.griffinarmament.com/Taper-Mount-Flash-Comp-p/tmfc.htm

I've got one gun (5.56 AK) at the shop now getting cut and have another devices I was asking him to pin on. I need to call him on Monday and tell him to STOP. Hoping it's not done already.
I'll get one of these brakes and have it put on.

GRIFFIN, plan on having a Black Friday sale on brakes?

If I am not mistaken any Griffin Taper Mount will work just fine for rifles. They are all compatible with each other. I can screw a Recce 7 on my mount right now and it would work. The Optimus would work on there too.

There are a few variations on the taper mount...

http://cdn3.volusion.com/zwlmq.eyhrp/v/vspfiles/photos/TMM-2.jpg?1440073790


If you are pinning them to make the barrel go past the 16 mark you need one of the longer versions...

http://cdn3.volusion.com/zwlmq.eyhrp/v/vspfiles/photos/TMB-2.jpg?1433948986

http://cdn3.volusion.com/zwlmq.eyhrp/v/vspfiles/photos/TMFC-2.jpg?1425489559

http://cdn3.volusion.com/zwlmq.eyhrp/v/vspfiles/photos/TMFS-2T.jpg

http://cdn3.volusion.com/zwlmq.eyhrp/v/vspfiles/photos/GATMHC556-2T.jpg?1446204959

Pyzik
21 November 2015, 18:11
If I am not mistaken any Griffin Taper Mount will work just fine for rifles. They are all compatible with each other. I can screw a Recce 7 on my mount right now and it would work. The Optimus would work on there too.

There are a few variations on the taper mount...

http://cdn3.volusion.com/zwlmq.eyhrp/v/vspfiles/photos/TMM-2.jpg?1440073790


If you are pinning them to make the barrel go past the 16 mark you need one of the longer versions...

http://cdn3.volusion.com/zwlmq.eyhrp/v/vspfiles/photos/TMB-2.jpg?1433948986

http://cdn3.volusion.com/zwlmq.eyhrp/v/vspfiles/photos/TMFC-2.jpg?1425489559

http://cdn3.volusion.com/zwlmq.eyhrp/v/vspfiles/photos/TMFS-2T.jpg

Perfect. The middle two are what I am looking at. Just trying to decide which I want for what guns. Shame this battle comp will have to be broken/cut off. :(

Have one 18" gun that I can figure the brake for later.
Same for the 9mm AR that is still in concept.

THANK YOU for the help.
I already emailed and called my smith and left a voicemail to NOT pin on the brake I gave him.

alamo5000
21 November 2015, 18:36
Perfect. The middle two are what I am looking at. Just trying to decide which I want for what guns. Shame this battle comp will have to be broken/cut off. :(

Have one 18" gun that I can figure the brake for later.
Same for the 9mm AR that is still in concept.

THANK YOU for the help.
I already emailed and called my smith and left a voicemail to NOT pin on the brake I gave him.

No problem!

On the 18" gun use the minimalist brake pictured above. It will come with one when you order the suppressor.

Swapping between hosts is really no problem with the taper mounts. It's very rock solid. It's basically got a two point mating system that works really well. The threads hold it on, but then the taper portion mates up as well.

Basically as far as I know the outer dimensions are all identical as it concerns using griffin suppressors. So like I was saying... if I get a Recce 7 and an Optimus I could run all of them on my rifle with the mount on there, just like I run the Recce 5.

The mount is a big part of why I chose griffin to start with.

Pyzik
21 November 2015, 18:54
No problem!

On the 18" gun use the minimalist brake pictured above. It will come with one when you order the suppressor.

Swapping between hosts is really no problem with the taper mounts. It's very rock solid. It's basically got a two point mating system that works really well. The threads hold it on, but then the taper portion mates up as well.

Basically as far as I know the outer dimensions are all identical as it concerns using griffin suppressors. So like I was saying... if I get a Recce 7 and an Optimus I could run all of them on my rifle with the mount on there, just like I run the Recce 5.

The mount is a big part of why I chose griffin to start with.

Thanks. Now just to decide which devices I want for these two guns. I think the two ported one is the sexiest but the flash hider is the more "practical". But how often would I shoot without the suppressor once I get it... Rarely.

Just gotta see if there will be a black friday sale. *fingers crossed*

Pyzik
23 November 2015, 06:48
Well the good news is the smith hasn't stared my rifle so I'll be ordering a brake today to have pinned on.

The bad new, THE SMITH STILL HASN'T STARTED MY RIFLE. It's been eight weeks. Ugh.

GRIFFIN ARMAMENT
28 November 2015, 11:36
Thanks. Now just to decide which devices I want for these two guns. I think the two ported one is the sexiest but the flash hider is the more "practical". But how often would I shoot without the suppressor once I get it... Rarely.

Just gotta see if there will be a black friday sale. *fingers crossed*

The black friday sale is on now through Cyber Monday I believe.

Pyzik
28 November 2015, 12:55
The black friday sale is on now through Cyber Monday I believe.
Is there a code? Prices look the same

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JFQuest
28 November 2015, 17:32
I'd be interested in a code for Griffin Armament as well. I'm waiting for my Recce7 who is in NFA jail right now. the Optimus is on my radar as well now.

UWone77
28 November 2015, 17:45
Send them a PM. They offer a WEVO discount code as well for members.

Pyzik
4 December 2015, 22:25
AK is ready whenever I can pick up this suppressor.

https://farm1.staticflickr.com/644/23234617270_ac2e847164_b.jpg (https://flic.kr/p/Bpaueu)
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