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Stealth Project Bolt Suppressor

Hondo64d

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Feb 19, 2015
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Finally got my Stealth Project Recon direct thread .30 cal (now called bolt) out of jail after a 14 month wait for the BATF to approve my form 4. This is my first suppressor so I can’t make any direct comparisons to their competitors. After firing it on my 24” 6.5 Creedmoor and 20” .22 GT, what I can tell you based on my observations is...

-It is no ear-pro quiet, so quiet that I never want to shoot without it again.
-It reduces recoil significantly over an unbraked rifle, nearly as much as my VG6 muzzle brake.
-POI shift with vs without was minimal, only .1 mil.
-It is very light weight.
-Workmanship seems top notch.
-It cools down very fast. With my chamber chiller, in seconds.
-Wrench flats make disassembly for cleaning easy.

Seems like a great product to me and I look forward to its continued use.

Pic is 20” M24 contour .22GT.

John

 

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What size do you have? I’m only familiar with the silecerco Harvestor evo so far but I’m totally sold on suppressors. I can’t think of a time when I’d enjoy my rifle being louder or kicking harder. A good chop keeps it handy and balance hasn’t been effected. I loose a little velocity but I don’t shoot as far as most people do so that’s not a problem for me.
 

Hondo64d

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Feb 19, 2015
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Mine is the .308 Recon, which is now called the Bolt series. Specs show it as 7.6” x 1.75”


John
 

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Mine is more shift too but I don’t care. When I chopped mine I meant it and I’m not shooting them without the can anyway.