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    Hausken md45

    Good evening could anybody shed some light gettin conflicting answers is the hausken md45 moderator centrefire compatible looking for one to go on 222 many thanks.

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    I had the MD45 on my 223, beautifully compact and very light but not the queitest mod.
    For me quietness is the most important factor in choosing a mod but i let the size and weight of the Hausken seduce me into buying it.

    Ian.

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    I let the price seduce me. Using it on a 300 blackout, and it's not very good, even subsonic ! Now looking for a mod that works.

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    Sounds like you lot have some copies?, I have been up close to Hauskens being tested on heavy calibers, & was impressed to the point of getting one for the .270.
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    Quote Originally Posted by finnbear270 View Post
    Sounds like you lot have some copies?, I have been up close to Hauskens being tested on heavy calibers, & was impressed to the point of getting one for the .270.

    An MD45 ?

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    Not for mine, but if the same people are making MD45's as JD184's, I would expect them to perform.
    (The Unspeakable In Pursuit Of The Uneatable.) " If I can help, I will help!." Former S.A.C.S. member!

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    From left to right. Hausken MD45, end of barrel, A-Tec Maxim, & ASE Northstar, over barrel.

    The MD45 is roughly 1/3rd the volume of the JD184, which might explain the difference ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by finnbear270 View Post
    Sounds like you lot have some copies?, I have been up close to Hauskens being tested on heavy calibers, & was impressed to the point of getting one for the .270.
    Why should they be copies? myself an lateral dont think they moderate sound very well, simple as that!!!

    Ian.

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    Thankyou for your responses i know you shouldnt skimp but moneys tight just looking for a nice cheap mod

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    Quote Originally Posted by jdoots243 View Post
    Thankyou for your responses i know you shouldnt skimp but moneys tight just looking for a nice cheap mod

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    Can I suggest you consider speaking to your local gun shop about a used moderator. They normally have several, at much better prices. I have just done the same, because I'd rather have a used part that does what I need it to, than a new part, that doesn't !

    Whilst I'm sure the Hausken JD184 works well, they also cost about 100.00 more.

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