Modern Rifleman: Gemtech Dagger Review

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    Silencer Shop Authority: Gemtech Dagger Review

    Since joining forces with Silencer Shop, I’ve reviewed several rifle suppressors in both 5.56mm and 7.62mm varieties. Though each of these have differed (sometimes substantially) in terms of length, weight, materials, and capabilies, all of the rifle silencers I’ve examined thus far have featured quick detach (QD) mounting systems of some sort. There’s no doubt that QD cans generate the most market hype, but there are plenty of thread-mount options out there that deserve a look.

    The Gemtech Dagger we will examine today is essentially an updated version of Gemtech’s popular GMT-300 WM suppressor. Built mostly out of titanium and rated for .300 WM (18″ barrels) and below, the silencer is both light and rugged. Let’s take a closer look at everything the Dagger has to offer. READ MORE.

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    + Relatively light
    + Solid performer
    – Expensive
    – Somewhat gassy

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