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    If you don't get their newsletter this is a link that you may subscribe at. This issue has several articles on suppressors.

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    Jimbo - You forgot to provide the link.

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    • #3
      Jim, are you thinking of buying a suppressor?
      Trump 2020 - Keep America Great!

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      • #4
        Originally posted by PigHunter View Post
        Jim, are you thinking of buying a suppressor?
        My OFS kicks in pighunter!
        I'm not spending that much money, giving the Gov't that much info and waiting that long!

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        • #5
          Originally posted by FirstBubba View Post

          My OFS kicks in pighunter!
          I'm not spending that much money, giving the Gov't that much info and waiting that long!
          Bubba, we've discussed this before. Privacy is an illusion. Trust me, they can easily find out you're a gun owner, especially with such a high profile on this site. All it takes is to ask Bonner for your information.

          I've got two suppressors; a .30 caliber and a .22 caliber (rimfire). Total expenditure was about $1500. I bet you could sell a couple of your safe-queens and have enough to cover that.

          About the time, well that's going to pass by anyway. I started the process two years ago and have had over a year's use. So far I've dropped two deer with the .300 BLK using suppressed subsonic loads. The neighbors never knew I shot. Even supersonic there's the advantage of reduced stress on my ears. The .22 is even quieter.
          Trump 2020 - Keep America Great!

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          • #6
            Yeah, I know pighunter. It's my OFS! LOL!

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            • #7
              Gonna look into a suppressor pighunter, just for kicks.

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              • #8
                The link is there - highlite to see it better.

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                • #9
                  Do the manufacturers give an expected number of rounds before the degrading of the suppressor ?

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by jhjimbo View Post
                    Do the manufacturers give an expected number of rounds before the degrading of the suppressor ?
                    Jim, I've never seen such a number from the manufacturers. It probably all depends on construction materials, how efficient the cartridges burns the powder, and if you fire full-auto or not.

                    Remember, the bullet doesn't make contact with the suppressor. So, it's all about the combustion gasses, pressure, and accumulated heat.
                    Trump 2020 - Keep America Great!

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