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The Quick Disconnect Myth:
Now I know you're smart...and have you found yourself asking...But if Cans get Burning Hot when you shoot them....Wouldn't you Burn Your Hands Trying to Take them Off?
Why YES, yes you Would...
So If I need to take it off quickly after I shoot....I can't take it off quickly...
Why YES, that is correct, Load Mag, Grab a beer (we do not condone mixing alcohol and shooting by the way), hang out, tell a joke....Cause that can needs some time to cool down.
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.
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.
We had the opportunity to be invited to the 2014 WPW/AFSAM Sniper Championship at Ft. Chaffee Arkansas which is home to the National Guard Marksmanship Training Center to demo some of our products. During our demo we had planned to set out for a new record. Longest Suppressed Shot from a Shoulder Fired Small Arms Rifle (50 Cal or less). the goal was 3520+ yards. Immediately prior to the long shot we demonstrated zero point of impact shift at 875 yards switching between a Nemesis338 to a Ark30 and then a Nemesis30 Cal suppressor we finished up this part of the demo with shooting a loose...