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One of the most important aspects of Crux Suppressors is the suppressors ability to shoot the same place. No other suppressor on the market performs like we do in this area. It has to do with the technology we use combined with the design for manufacturability that we developed.
In this video I break down how the pursuit of achieving the quietest suppressor on the market inevitably yields inaccuracy. How changing a different endcap shows where other suppressors lack in technology and how they depend on the bore hole size. And how these characteristics that other approaches use kills long range accuracy.
We recently had a Customer come in with a problem. He had a POI shift problem on his 300 Win Mag. Ok, so all suppressors have some kind of POI shift. But this problem was something we see all the time and it goes like this..
This person takes their suppressor a 30 Cal suppressor that is a major name brand in the market and sights in his 300 Win Mag and corrects for the POI shift. Ok, no problem there...
But the problem come when he then wants to use it on another rifle. When he shoots it on another rifle and corrects for POI shift on that rifle it does something to the suppressor where when he puts it back onto the 300 Win Mag it changes the POI shift and he has to re-sight in the rifle platform.
This practice is No Buenos!
Trigger Control is so important during the follow thru stage of shooting and will make an impact on accuracy in ELR (Extreme Long Range) Shooting.
I'n the Video I Talk About Watching the Round Fly Downrange! One of the Biggest Tools that Makes This Happen is the Suppressor. Reducing Recoil and Slowing the Recoil Impulse Down Allows you to Spot Impact.