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    • #47330
      popper
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      See through silencer in slow motion.  Read an interesting post about S.E.E. few years back. Conversation about fillers, ringing chamber, etc.  IMHO this video gives the best visual of what happens in the case when firing we will ever see.  The last test you can see the pressure waves bouncing back and forth until the housing can is destroyed.  In fact there is a pressure wave collision (peak) that distorts the baffle.  Just FYI.

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      AND where is the LINK???

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      Rattlesnake Charlie
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      Yeah, what Skeettx said.

      Show me some documentation/proof.

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      popper
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      Sorry, forgot the link.

       

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      Goodsteel
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      One of my client’s brought this to my attention some weeks ago. Very interesting. I’m insanely jealous of their slow motion video capability. Hopefully one day I can plug that hole.

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      Rattlesnake Charlie
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      That’s cool.

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      Enjoyed it, thanks.

       

      Slim

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