Recently, we posted a video on YouTube where we took a fun approach to introducing viewers to four different silencer brands as we shot the FPM Dirty Dachshund, Resilient Suppressors Jolene, DDC Enticer L TI, and Otter Creek Labs Hydrogen L 7.62 on a Noveske Chainsaw 7.94 chambered in 300 blackout. Our goal was to showcase new brands in a fun way and let viewers make their own decisions on which one they prefer.
During the video, we evaluated the silencers in an unmeasured and subjective way, discussing the sound reduction, perceived recoil, and overall shooting experience of each one. We also included supersonic and subsonic ammunition to see how they perform in real-world scenarios.
It's important to note that suppressors can vary in performance depending on the specific firearm they are attached to, the type of ammunition being used, and other factors. The conclusions we came to are not to be taken as concrete, but rather to give viewers an idea of how each silencer performed in our shooting experience.
Our main goal for this video was to introduce viewers to new silencer brands and let them get a feel for how they perform in real-world scenarios. Whether you're a gun enthusiast or new to the world of silencers, this video is a great way to learn about new brands and see how they compare to each other.
Shooting 300 Blackout subsonic ammo through the silencers we tested was an incredibly fun and makes the gun almost silly quiet. Those who have experienced it know that subsonic ammo suppressed is about the closest you can get to a "Hollywood Quiet" silencer. The sound reduction was significant, making it a much more enjoyable and comfortable shooting outing.
Running these silencers on the Noveske Chainsaw 7.94 in 300 blackout would be, for many, once-in-a-lifetime experience that we believe every gun enthusiast should try. If you haven't tried shooting subsonic 300 Blackout through a silencer, you're missing out... but you don't have to!
We hope this video provides some entertainment and education on different silencer brands in the market. We want to emphasize that the opinions and evaluations are subjective and not to be taken as concrete. We encourage viewers to do their own research and testing to find the best suppressor for their needs. So sit back, relax, and enjoy the show!