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Old May 7, 2014, 11:12 PM   #5
Machineguntony
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From my understand about using ablatives, i.e., running it 'wet', I think that running it wet will shorten the lifespan or damage the durability of the suppressor. By using something that cools a metal, which has absorbed the heat energy, quicker than normal, it will eventually make the metal brittle. It's like dunking the suppressor in ice water when it gets hot. You will be affecting the metal's durability, and possibly the shape of the suppressor, as it may start to warp. Running a wet suppressor isn't as extreme as dunking it in ice water, but over time, it would probably have the same effect.

Again, that is just my hypothesis from what I have learned.
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