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20SFLV
03-19-2012, 21:03
What is a good suppressor for a Colt 5.56 rifle? I won't have my rifle for 9 months due to the ATF stamp needed, but is there anything else I will need for the suppressor to work with the rifle? I don't believe the barrel is threaded.

Gdirty5
03-19-2012, 21:47
The barrel should be threaded and a lot of the rifle suppressors are made to be used with their muzzle brakes/attachments. I have a m4-2000 by AAC and it works well

Javelin
03-19-2012, 21:48
The barrel should be threaded and a lot of the rifle suppressors are made to be used with their muzzle brakes/attachments. I have a m4-2000 by AAC and it works well

:agree:

If you are going to get a suppressor that you want hearing safe then the M4-2000 is your best choice.

:wavey:

Gdirty5
03-19-2012, 21:56
Theres a shift in point of impact with a suppressor btw, but it's cool to shoot.

Javelin
03-19-2012, 22:01
Theres a shift in point of impact with a suppressor btw, but it's cool to shoot.

Yes. But that POI is only a problem if it is not repeatable. My M4-2000 is repeatable FWIW and it's easy to dial in your optic suppressed & non-suppressed.

20SFLV
03-20-2012, 11:45
Thanks all for your recommendation.

D3S3RT_P3NGU1N
03-20-2012, 12:02
Check out the AAC SR5 and Silencerco Saker

PlasticGuy
03-20-2012, 18:46
What is a good suppressor for a Colt 5.56 rifle? I won't have my rifle for 9 months due to the ATF stamp needed, but is there anything else I will need for the suppressor to work with the rifle? I don't believe the barrel is threaded.
You are buying a machine gun or short barrel rifle, but don't even know if the barrel is threaded? Is that correct?