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Who shoots wet?

Discussion in 'NFA & Class III Discussion' started by Hump66, May 31, 2012.

  1. Hump66

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    Who shoots their suppressors "wet"? What do you use? Noticeable difference? Any cleaning issues afterward?
     
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    Depends on the can.

    I don't shoot any of mine wet.
     
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    I shoot mine exclusively wet. Its your cheap run of the mill 22 can, and I do it in hopes of noise reduction. Do I notice any difference? No, not really but I still hold out hope. FRP is decreased a bit.
     
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    Wire pulling gel bought at homedepot. Gotta do a good job cleaning afterward. My p22 got a lot of grit by the slide release, it wouldnt lock slide back anymore after last round. Does make it quite.
     
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    I use water in a nasal inhaler. A couple of hits gets rid of FRP. It's not really "wet", but it's not messy like wet and requires no special cleanup.
     
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    Same here. Never shot any of mine wet.
     
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    I have used wiring pulling gel, but I kinda quit after a few times. just an experiment I suppose. it is quieter for sure but it reallly gunks up my gear so I stopped. not worth it to me.
     
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    I dont get "wet" until after i begin shooting with a can!!
     
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    TMI, ShooterD. TMI...
     

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