I just recently purchased my SOCOM762 Mini2 and one of the most influential decisions on this choice was the durability.
Between various SOCOM reports and durability from commercial sources the resume is strong on these if your requirement is durability beyond all. And mine was. I didn’t need a “quietest first shot” or single shot. I needed flash and noise reduction, durability, and as little deflection shift suppressed/unsuppresed.
I wanted something I wouldn’t have to worry more about than I do the rifle. One that could go on 7.62, 5.56, and 6.5 rifles. A “one can fits most” situation.
Mike (GarandThumb) takes it us through the details so go ahead and hit that play button. You’re on lunch anyway.
Oh, and 80,000 Rounds so it’ll will probably outlast my barrels.
And you can beat the carbon lock by firing a live round and launching the can.. and that’s just fun.