I think that John and others have posted that they practice with their suppressors in place. You can do that with quality equipment while a home made POS made with 1940's technology just falls apart after a little use.
Being interested in suppressors and actually constructing them are two different matters. Something about the federal slammer seems to deter people. I will however admit that such knowledge is valuable to have in your head. The homemade suppressor is a last resort though. The professionally made ones are far superior in every way.
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