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    Suppressors on hunting rifles finally permitted in Iceland

    After many years of battle on all fronts from the Icelandic Hunting association the government finally legalized suppressors this Friday ! Now we can go to our local stores and buy a suppressor. After a quick glance I saw two types I like, The A-Tec and Hausken I think they are both made in Norway. Any other brand recommendations ?
    Last edited by Konnari; 28-09-2016 at 07:23.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Konnari View Post
    After many years of battle on all fronts from the Icelandic Hunting association the government finally legalized suppressors this Friday ! Now we can go to our local stores and buy a suppressor. After a quick glance I saw two types I like, The A-Tec and Hauskens I think they are both made in Norway. Any other brand recommendations ?
    Schultz and Larsen are very good!


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    I have Hauskens several Roedale. Roedale ultralight is very light but I have not tried newer heavier Roedales. The JD224 Hauskens are much quieter than the Roedales I have (older ultralight).
    I saw how Schultz and Larsen put their Mods together and I was very impressed. That will be my next one.
    edi

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    Hausken gets my vote.

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    hausken or dpt both good

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    Quote Originally Posted by mathieson View Post
    hausken or dpt both good
    Thumbs up for DPT... can't fault mine... made in NZ but available in most countries

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    DPT for me too

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    I have an A-Tec Maxim and like it. Light but sturdy.

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    I have an ASE Utra Northstar on my .270. Superb mod', and fully-stainless but it's quite weighty at nearly 700g. it's superb at both noise-reduction and taming muzzle-flip though
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    Ase utra are solid and well built, mine is 7 ish years old and still going strong.

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