Do they make .300 win mag suppressors?

Graingodguy

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The dead air nomad L is pretty big. Really just about any .30 suppressor is going to be .300 win mag rated. It's not THAT mean of a cartridge
I bought one of these from Billy at Clark County Transfers.
Great Deal and Service.
Guy
 
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I like the stackable baffles. Do any other companies build the suppressor that way?
Pretty sure most, if not all tubeless suppressors use a welded baffle stack but you don't see the welds on them due to finish sanding and the application of a coating such as cerakote.

The exception to a tubeless suppressor not being welded would be a locking baffle stack like the Dead Air Odessa 9 but I don't believe the locking baffle stack works for centerfire rifles due to the higher pressures.
 

Ura-Ki

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I have a couple of Mckonto Suppressors, one for 300 and the other for .338 LM, sadly, no longer available after Mitch McKonto passed and the wife sold the company, they work exceptionally well, forged titanium, roto welded reflex cans with replaceable wipes ( which legally cannot be replaced any more) but they still work well enough!
 

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