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Ammo in rifle suppressor

Discussion in 'NFA Firearms and Accessories' started by ny32182, Mar 22, 2013.

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  1. ny32182

    ny32182 Member

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    So I picked up my 762SDN6 and can't wait to try it out.

    The literature says to not use reloads.

    Obviously most guns and major parts literature will recommend to not use reloads. Is there any actual good reason to not shoot reloads through a can? I'm talking jacketed bullets at milspecish velocities, no weird loads or anything like that. Potentially 5.56, x51, 300 blackout, etc.
     
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    all manufacturers are going to say that to cover their ass come warranty time. mainly its going to be because they don't want you using a screwed up load that destabilizes the bullet, causes a baffle strike or, heaven forbid, a squib stuck in the barrel.

    though most manufactures say this, im certain no one really abides by it. but as with most things, its use at your own risk.
     
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    Ok, that is pretty much what I figured... thanks.
     
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