Harbinger of the Void is Complete

Posted on November 21, 2016

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Two years ago, I built my first long-range precision rifle, based on the Accuracy International AT. The only thing I didn’t like about the rifle was shooting it without a suppressor. With an effective muzzle break, it was a loud gun.

Last year, I moved to a state with legal suppressor ownership so I created a trust and ordered a Thunder Beast Arms Ultra 7 6.5mm suppressor. It took 11 months from when I ordered to when I took possession, 7.5 months of which was waiting for the ATF to approve the Form 4 (my can got stuck in the backlog from the Rule 41P surge).

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When I got the can, the first thing I noticed was the weight, or rather, the lack thereof. The Ultra 7 weighs less than 10 ounces, which is amazing given the noise reduction and overall size. Thank you Titanium.

Beyond, the can, the rest of the specs are unchanged.

Harbinger of the Void

Accuracy International AT Folder
26″ Bartlein 6.5 Creedmoor Bbl
Hensoldt ZF 3.5-26×56
ERA-TAC mount
Thunder Beast Arms Ultra 7 6.5mm suppressor
LRA Ultra Light Scout Bipod

This rifle will obviously outshoot me for the foreseeable future, I just hope I can take it out to some long-range matches in 2017.

 

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