At $75 for the adapter and $200 for the tax stamp; I don't see much of a market for this.
If you are a hit man and need a silencer on a regular basis; then spring for the real thing.
If you only need a silencer for that one special occasion then there are cheaper ways to achieve the desired effect.
But, it does look like a fun way to spend the afternoon.
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Finally a good use for a Fram Filter . I wonder if WIX/NAPA filters do a better job at that too.
But is this a wet suppressor or a dry suppressor?
If it's a wet suppressor, wouldn't Amsoil be best? Everyone says Amsoil quiets their engines down, so would it quiet their gun as well?
Haha, neat idea I guess. Although he sure didn't really put it to the test. I've seen wet silencers quiet a .45ACP. My .22LR rifle sounds just like his 'supressed' .22LR rifle, they aren't loud guns at all. I'd like to hear it on a bigger round!
Probably need a K&N filter for that though LOL. Just don't let Kawasaki put the filter on. it'll be a permanent silencer.
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