Oh yes! For one, I am sure there are others too, would love to see the videos!It rang a little bit from the blackout but I really didn't hear it from the shooters end, funny thing is that the phone picked up more of the sound from the rifle than our ears did, I actually pulled my plugs out bc I thought something went wrong lol, I've done some night shots with night vision on my 416, it has very little flash even with a 10.5"
Im going to go out this weekend and see if I can get a video of my new setup with the Aac brake
Agreed, the advantage of being able to hear after firing a shot or two in a home defense situation could be a big advantage...Maybe it would be better to go with a dry can, I am not sure what the options are.....First priority I feel is the Ti-Rant just because it is my home defense bedside gun.
The Ti-RANT 45 is designed as dry can- quietest dry 45 can on the market, hearing safe by far.Agreed, the advantage of being able to hear after firing a shot or two in a home defense situation could be a big advantage...Maybe it would be better to go with a dry can, I am not sure what the options are.
The Ti-RANT is 9-10 dB quieter at the muzzle and 6-7 dB quieter at the shooter's ear (both dry). That is a huge difference. HEMS II retail is $745, Ti-RANT is $850. Worth the difference? up to you.I have both the TI-RANT and an SWR HEMS-2 and they are pretty close, 45acp being a volume can and all, plus the swr was a hell of alot cheaper....
Any AAC muzzle device that will thread on will work fine as long as the silencer & muzzle device are compatible.... 51 tooth, 90 tooth, etc.New to the whole ACR scene, is there one AAC muzzle device that is better suited to AAC cans for use on the ACR? That was a lot of capitals "A"s in one post.......