Posted July 1, 2016 6:00 am by Comments

By Pete


Well, the X-Ray was inconclusive. Let’s get a CT scan for a better look. Last week we detailed Diagnostic Radiographer Brandon Bertolli’s analysis of his A-TEC CMM6 rimfire suppressor. He has since followed up with part two that includes additional observations of shooting 6000 rounds of .22lr through a suppressor without any maintenance. On the surface, these results seem […]

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