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Video of a can

A bunch of without/with a suppressor.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QUn0aptgkNY

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hmm ive seen a usp 45 at the gun range with a can and it was loud as shit still. are their various quality cans i suppose?

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The only can that's ever gonna be quiet and give you the feel of what movies tend to give you is a .22lr silencer.
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the xd45 in that vid sounded pretty quite.

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They're quieter than with nothing. Im sure that if one were to murder someone across the house or next door etc; one would be hard pressed to jump out of bed to see what's going on.

But many a person has been disappointed when they get to play with them personally.
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They're quieter than with nothing. Im sure that if one were to murder someone across the house or next door etc; one would be hard pressed to jump out of bed to see what's going on.

But many a person has been disappointed when they get to play with them personally.
Yes, it's a suppressor, on a .45 it just changes the sound to a point that you don't hear a gun, you here a loud noise.

A .22LR with a can makes a snappy click, if you've ever heard a .22 short with a can, it literally is dead silent. So silent that you only hear the firing pin spring. Me and my brother use to shoot cans in the backyard at 3am and the loudest thing was the cans getting punctured.
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It would be quieter if you shoot lighter loads with a suppressor.
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On the XD45, it's probably enough to where you wouldn't blow your eardrums out if you had to shoot someone breaking into your house.

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On the XD45, it's probably enough to where you wouldn't blow your eardrums out if you had to shoot someone breaking into your house.
I hear that...

How many people on here have actually fired their handguns without ear protection? You might want to experience that a few times so you're ready for it in case you need to use it.
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I hear that...

How many people on here have actually fired their handguns without ear protection? You might want to experience that a few times so you're ready for it in case you need to use it.
Ehhh.... Not really a good idea. We all know it's gonna be loud. When you're in a life or death situation, your body filters the sound of gunfire so you don't realize it's loud.

But, when you are shooting recreationally, there is no adrenaline and you don't have the same effect and you can suffer damage.

Always wear your ears and eyes when shooting unless you're about to get drilled.

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Ehhh.... Not really a good idea. We all know it's gonna be loud. When you're in a life or death situation, your body filters the sound of gunfire so you don't realize it's loud.

But, when you are shooting recreationally, there is no adrenaline and you don't have the same effect and you can suffer damage.

Always wear your ears and eyes when shooting unless you're about to get drilled.
Fuck that, I'll hide in a shrub and ambush you so you get the proper effect.
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