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Old November 12, 2011, 08:38 PM   #7
rjrivero
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A single chambered suppressor will work, but it will be A LOT less efficient than a baffled suppressor. Even simple "washer" type suppressors will work better than a single chamber suppressor. If you're going to pay the $200 Tax ANYWAY, why not make a couple baffles and stack them in the tube? They don't have to be FANCY, but anything to cause turbulence and slow the gas expansion will be better than a closed empty can.
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