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Will go on an xbolt that is factory threaded and braked. Length and size not as important as hearing-safe.
 

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If size is less of a consideration I would look at the Dead Air Sandman L. It’s a great 30 cal can and absolutely built like a tank.
 

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Quietest? I believe right now, that’s the CGS Hyperion. Go to pewscience.com and look at his suppressor reviews. He has a breakdown of most of the current relevant silencers with ratings for everything. It’s more data than you’ll know what to do with I promise.

I don’t know what you know about silencers, but centerfire rifles are still loud. Definitely tolerable for a handful of shots, but still loud. I’ve never shot a 300 win mag suppressed, but I imagine it’ll be slightly less tolerable than others.
 

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From what you need I would suggest the dead air nomad long titanium or the Hyperion.
you need to consider weight when hanging a can from a long hunting barrel. My first can a long time ago I had similar needs as you but I mad a mistake and got a really heavy can. Now I’m about to buy the standard length Nomad Ti. Under 10 oz if you direct thread it.
you should also consider getting a can with a universal rear mount so you have more flexibility with mounts. 1.375x24 is the way to go.
 

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You should also find out what thread pitch your barrel is threaded with. I ended up using Griffin plan a for my Hybrid supressor because my 450 bushmaster had a funny thread.
 

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CGS Hyperion

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