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ASE SL5 compact mod for a .223

Discussion in 'Firearms Certificate (FAC) Guns' started by 177, Jun 14, 2014.

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    As above.

    anyone used on who can comment on good or bad points ?

    I am thinking of a small and comparatively lightweight mod for my CZ 527 .223
     
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    not used the sl5, I preferred the look of the ase cqb( and not a lot heavier) and is specific for my .223 , a superb moderator , solid unit so no need to dismantle and tinker( that's a good thing for me as I tinker too much) and very good noise reduction, had a nice third eye Spartan which is beautifully made and lighterweight but certainly not as efficient on the noise suppression , I don't think you can go wrong with ace mods, had the rimfire version also and again top notch kit
     
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    Thanks for taking the time to reply :)

    Noise suppression is key here, combined with relatively low weight. I can't be on hanging something that weighs as much as a bag of sugar on the end of the rifle :rolleyes:

    I don't mind paying more for the right mod, so I will look at the CQB to compare the two. I've a mate with one so I should be able to have a sneaky peaky some time next week, all things being equal.

    Thanks again !
     
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    Got an ASE Utra Sl5 for my .243 - - this one http://www.aseutra.fi/s-series-sl5-suppressor


    very impressed with it, downside is it's not over barrel - I got it as I had a front sight blade on my CZ and didn't want to mess about with it
     
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    I have ase utra north star over barrel on my 700 police in .223 which is very quiet, I get comments like that's not much louder than a bloody air rifle, seriously it is very quiet combined with being sealed, guaranteed for 20,000 rounds, stainless steel with no cleaning apart from the odd squirt of wd40. One downside it gets bloody hot !!!!
     
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    I get to see all sorts of moderators on all different calibre deer rifles this time of year and if you can live with the size nothing beats the Refex T8.
    I've two and guys come with there new fancy small mods and never a patch on mine. The down side is size but effective, if you using it for just a shot here or there my personal opinion is don't have one. I've never stalked or foxed with one but they do have a place. Sorry again I've not been much help!

    Andrew
     

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