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    Three Crux .30 Suppressors on a .223 compared.

    Three Crux .30 Suppressors on a .223 compared.

    Disclaimer. This video is not a scientific experiment. It's just a few of us commenting on how three different .30 Crux suppressors sounded to us at the Impact zone when used on a 223. Enjoy. The final conclusion was that the Archangel and Arc were almost identical in sound signature. The Nemesis was loud, but we felt it would be usable for one or two rounds in a hunting situation

    The 3 crux cans start at 41 seconds. Three Crux .30 cal Suppressors on a 20" .223 Ark 7.5", Archangel 9.25" and the 6" Nemesis. The 6" was louder but good for hunting.

    We used the POF P-308 and kopfjager-industries reaper grip as a spotter.

    Custom Remington 700. Evelio McDonald built this masterpeice. 20 Shilen 4-groove ratchet 1:8, Defiance bolt stop, Badger mini tactical bolt knob, Bell & Carlson M40 stock, Seekins Precision bipod rail, Atlas bipod, NF 3.5-15x56, Leupold mounts and Jewell trigger.

    https://youtu.be/Vm3tIDToF6M

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    Thanks for posting. I know of 3 of us in Florida that have Ark30's. I use mine a lot. My Gemtech Quicksand is a touch quieter, but then it's 1.5" longer.

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    Length equals volume

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