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Shooting the 762SD on a few host (Video)

Discussion in 'NFA & Class III Discussion' started by jakerz, Jun 10, 2012.

  1. jakerz

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    I couldn't agree more. These damn things are very, very addictive. It would be awesome to get with you sometime. I'd love to try the M4-2K on my SBR and see the difference.
     
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    Cool vids
     
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    I agree with the suppressed 223 being more quiet than a 22 pistol. To be honest, it's ~ close to a 22 rifle. Probably a little quieter than that as well. Having this SBR stamp is really making me want to do a 300 upper in a 8" or 9" variety...
     
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    That's exactly my thoughts...

    Just for another comparison, here is a suppressed vs unsuppressed on the Ruger .22:


    http://youtu.be/N9kJg423T8A
     

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