Skip to comments.Homemade Canadian Submachine Guns and Silencers
Posted on 10/22/2016 8:34:40 PM PDT by marktwain
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The Rifle Man,,
He had a Hog Leg!
Ought to be a Law!
G-MAC 22 with a can,,
That’s some fun Plinking!
Hmmm...I wnder if I could help making a Swedish model work?
I think the military went to the 9mm round because that’s what NATO uses. It’s easier logistically if you only have a couple of different ammunition types.
One would think that standards would follow those of the country with the largest standing army and that also footed the vastly larger portion of the bill...right?
Very true, Japan during WW2 had so many different calibers that logistically it was a nightmare for them.
I keep a good set of ear muffs by the bed, ones which amplify sounds below my hearing level but block any sound above comfy decibels. IF a fool or fools break into my house, those ear muffs go on even before I rack the slide ...
147 grain 9mm is subsonic in barrels shorter than ten inches. You can buy an adapter to screw on a oil filter to suppress the sound to a pop. Youtube has Hickok 45 demonstrating it ...
Hearing protection is a lot cheaper than a new set of ears.
The “boom” is a sharp crack along the trajectory until its velocity drops below mach 1.
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