World’s quietest Sniper rifle

jeff swisher

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Store ammo and very accurate color me impressed.
I have sub sonic .308 loads that suppressed are quieter but slower at 664fps.
And not intended for the distance shots he was taking.
That rifle is super quiet for what it does.

Thanks for posting @COPO


I reload my ammo and watching him eject the brass and let it roll away was eating me up :)
 

muscl car

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Impressive rifle but I like my Savage Axis .308 bolt rifle much better . It's been tricked out with lightweight trigger , bull barrel with a muzzle brake , 20moa rail , anti cant bubble level and a long range scope
 

Twisted_Metal

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My pellet rifle is far louder.
(But it’s not subsonic.)

I understand its intended use and it’s a heckuva tool for mid-range, sniper tasks.
 

biker

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Very good video and what an amazing sniper weapon. Anything can be dialed in for accuracy, but the weight, quality and sound suppression of that weapon are incredible.
 

dcozzi

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Phoenix, AZ
Store ammo and very accurate color me impressed.
I have sub sonic .308 loads that suppressed are quieter but slower at 664fps.
And not intended for the distance shots he was taking.
That rifle is super quiet for what it does.

Thanks for posting @COPO


I reload my ammo and watching him eject the brass and let it roll away was eating me up :)
664 fps?!?
That is slower than my .45 and you can watch those bullets fly if the sunlight is just right.
 

biker

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664 fps?!?
That is slower than my .45 and you can watch those bullets fly if the sunlight is just right.
Ya, you could tell by the lag in sound between firing and hitting a relatively close target, it's not moving fast.
 

jeff swisher

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664 fps?!?
That is slower than my .45 and you can watch those bullets fly if the sunlight is just right.

Yes that is a load I developed that uses Red Dot powder.
For killing back yard critters and you do not need to resize the case.
Yes you read that correctly NO need to resize the case.
I shot 1 case 10 times and the ID and length was still exactly the same.

Wipe fired case down, deprime, seat primer, charge and seat bullet and fire it again and again.

I have watched my 45's a few times when the sun is just right..pretty cool.
Vapor trails from rifles shot at long distances is cool to see also.
 




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