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I know this is kind of a stupid question. But I was wondering if the three blackout subsonic is a low-pressure round. Would it be possibly safe to run it with water or gel base product to increase oppression of sound.
rimshaker wrote:BLK subsonics are considered low pressure rounds (think hot 45acp). But it's not advisable to run a sealed rifle can wet. Ever.
thank you for the information. its still rumbs at me on the possibility. but im ok with it.
I've run .308 subsonics (208gr AMAX) through a Specwar 7.62, it is ridiculously quiet already, I can't imagine it getting noticeable quieter. It's kind of cliche, but the bullet hitting the target backstop is louder than anything else.
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This. It's stupid quiet with subsonic 300BLK. The hiss when disconnecting a pneumatic tool from an air hose makes more noise.Fulliautomatix wrote:I've run .308 subsonics (208gr AMAX) through a Specwar 7.62, it is ridiculously quiet already,
Agreed, my wife's 10.5" running coated subs w/ the 762 is so quiet only the springs of the action, the brass hitting the ground, and the bullet hitting the backer is all you hear. It's musical.
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