From this research, we are able to offer the best suppressors currently available on the market to you, the shooter. We strive to offer suppressors with sound reduction better than or equal to any of out competitors, yet still offer products that do not degrade accuracy, or bullet velocity.
NOTE: Although we are currently leaving published dB
reading up throughout our site, we are evaluating this practice, as
many competitors who have no access to the proper sound meter either
use inferior equipment which provides inaccurately low suppressed dB
readings, or they just make up numbers so their product appears to be
better than someone else's product. All of our published dB numbers
have been independently verified by third parties.
ADDITIONAL NOTE: People have asked us why we don't
videos or .wav files on our website of our suppressors so they can
listen to them. The reason is videos or .wav files of suppressed
gunshots do not and cannot accurately capture the sound. Even the
loudest suppressor, that is say 20 dB louder than the best one, will
only sound a dB or two louder on a .wav file, thus misrepresenting the
product, as the microphone and gain circuitry in video cams cannot
capture the fast pulse of a suppressed gunshot.
By the time the suppressed gunshot is recorded, then played back over your computer, a 140 dB suppressor will come out of your speakers at say 76 dB or so, and a 120 db suppressor will come out of your speakers at about 75 dB at comparative volume settings, making mediocre products sound as good as the best.
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