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like breaking a broom handle over your knee. While it's not silent, it's a LONG ways from being as noisy as is an unsuppressed .22lr rifle, with regular, high speed .22 ammo in the latter. On an auto rifle, cycling normally, you can't hear it 1/4 mile away, on level, open terrain. In wooded hills, you can't hear it at 200m. That's PLENTY quiet enough to be well worth having on the rifle, believe that. With the .22 unit and subsonic lr ammo, you wont hear it at 50m, in thick woods, or over a hill, or at 100m, in the open, quietest, COLDEST night you ever experienced, COUNT on that. :)
 

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Can you skin a deer with a silencer? Can it protect you from the snows, or the rain? Can it purify your water? etc, etc, etc......

A suppressor is nice to have but it's not at the top of the list of 'need to haves'.
 

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So what happens when your suppressor gets damaged. I see a nervous breakdown in your future. Your can has become your crutch and is really a liability instead of a help.

RIKA
 

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So what does your parole officer think of you having an AR can a "CAN"????
 

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There's a reason that sound level meters are used as part of the testing of supressors.

Is this where you start to lie about Phil Dater again?
 
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