Used Suppressors

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Savage Squirrel Sniper
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I suddenly wondered the other day - Why do I NEVER see used suppressors for sale?
And then I realized it was because I'd never looked for them. So I checked Gunbroker and found quite a few.
Some appear to be good deals, while others are not much less than the new price.

Main reason I'm asking: Are there older models out there that I might want to grab instead of looking for ONE suppressor to do everything on my centerfire rifles?

Perhaps my problem just can't be solved with ONE can, and I can get a better deal on 2 used cans instead.
 

Cudruln

Turning pennies into dollars.
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Used cans are not a bad idea as long as the original manufacturing company has a no bs warranty. Only way I would ever consider buying used.
 
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dial1911

Mouse hunter
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I'm sure there are used ones out there... but everybody (who's not a dealer) paid $200 that's an instant loss.

The cans are one of the last things I'd sell, if I had to liquidate everything.
 
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Willy Leadwell

Purveyor of Polyurethane
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I think some people have a hard time justifying the $200 tax and wait for a used item. I’ve never seen one cheap enough to justify the headache of figuring out what to do with it while I wait for the stamp. With suppressors, I kinda feel like once I buy them I’m married to them. So I’d rather pay a bit more for new.