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Fireman1291
05-09-2012, 16:56
I was asked to do this buy a guy that commented on one of my videos. Turned out ok. :)

Suppressed pistol downrange POV - YouTube

chemcmndr
05-09-2012, 18:16
Nice video comparison. I've only experienced being downrange of a suppressed gunshot, but then again, that was about 2 ' away from the muzzle.

93GT
05-09-2012, 18:40
Nice Vid, I am jealous of the collection.

ronin.45
05-09-2012, 20:58
Thanks for making the video. It's nice to see how different gun/can combos work.

Completely off topic, but do you ever run your 21a with your Sparrow? I'm thinking about getting a 21a and wonder how it would sound with my Sparrow on it.

The_Gun_Guru
05-09-2012, 21:03
Nice Vid, I am jealous of the collection.

My thoughts exactly!

It makes me very impatient for my Gemtech Alpine to come through!!!!


TGG

Folsom_Prison
05-09-2012, 21:17
Cool video, thanks for sharing!

catalyst686
05-09-2012, 22:02
Sweet!

vtducrider
05-09-2012, 22:30
What's wrong with your cans? The ones in the movies don't sound like that! lol.....

Nice setups. I wish we could use suppressors in Vermont.

TSAX
05-10-2012, 01:37
Nice Vid, I am jealous of the collection.

:cool: There are many who feel the same way :supergrin:









:50cal:

Fireman1291
05-10-2012, 04:49
Thanks for making the video. It's nice to see how different gun/can combos work.

Completely off topic, but do you ever run your 21a with your Sparrow? I'm thinking about getting a 21a and wonder how it would sound with my Sparrow on it.

It sounds fine with it on however the GSG1911 is the quietest suppressor pistol host Ive used to date. You have to use subs because of the long barrel but it sounds great. I have videos of the GSG/sparrow on my TY channel.

chemcmndr
05-10-2012, 15:42
It sounds fine with it on however the GSG1911 is the quietest suppressor pistol host Ive used to date. You have to use subs because of the long barrel but it sounds great. I have videos of the GSG/sparrow on my TY channel.

Have you tried a Walther P22 as a host? I've used a TAC65 on both the Walther and the GSG1911 and the P22 sounded much quieter.

Fireman1291
05-11-2012, 07:25
Have you tried a Walther P22 as a host? I've used a TAC65 on both the Walther and the GSG1911 and the P22 sounded much quieter.

Yeah, its just as quiet. The P22 is prob the end all be all of 22 silencer hosts. The added backpressure makes them 100% reliable.