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Old March 7, 2013, 04:56 AM   #1
Pond, James Pond
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SAKO Suppressors. Any experience?

Having had not even one nibble on my S.A.I. suppressor question, I move onto another possibility: the Sako .22 Suppressor.

Making nice rifles doens't automatically mean you make an effective silencer, so can anyone comment on these? This model has a one piece plastic baffle , with a metal washer at the barrel end to protect the plastic from the gases that follow.

So it is light, and easy to dismantle.

My concerns are durability, but also sound suppression. As I understand it, one of the of the ways that suppressors work is by cooling the gases faster. For that, surely metal baffles would be more effective, no?

If anyone has used one, please let me know!!
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