fireman1291: @steve rodrigues its not possible to capture a gunshot on a phone app. The
extremely short duration of the gunshot peek cannot be accurately captured
unless your using a $3,000+ calibrated specialty sound meter. Trust me.
Checkout Silencerco's video on their page, they have a meter setup.
TonyDaveYayo: LoL, America :D
skeeta006: No my phone is acting stupid. I can't follow the link. Can't see all of it
either to type it in.
Antonio Bridgeforth: Dude where do you live that you can go outside of your freaking home and do
this? Clearly I need to move there!!!
skeeta006: I live in America too. The gun laws in my state suck!
ianrkav: Is that Sig a double action for first shot, and does it have a deroostering
ianrkav: You get Newcastle Brown Ale in the USA? We call it 'Nookie Brown' here:-)
Schol Tech: you must have some really cool neighbors!
joshv06: My solution: Reload 115gn ammo to ~1080 FPS. :). You get a soft shooting,
cheap, 9mm subsonic round. This works best with shorter barreled guns to
keep the powder charge high enough. Plus with subsonic, you don't get the
transonic wobble just a few yards out of the barrel as you would with
standard 115gn ammo.
Eric Bradley: Damnit, should of read previous comments. My bad. Great video man! Do one
with .45 subs!
will53e: Have you tried these combos of ammo along with the HPR subsonic suppressor
specific ammo? I just recently got my Ti-Rant 9 and was extremely pleased
with the HPR. Only stuff I had to compare was 115 magtech and 147 federal
HST. 115 was crazy louder mostly from the supersonic crack, HST was a
louder pop but not bad, the HPR had my buddies giggling from how quiet it
was. Quieter than some of our bows. Hard to find and super pricey, but
the HPR is awesome. Do you know of anything better than that?
TheSevastopol1999: Great video. is that 9MM LAWMAN 115 GRAIN worth getting at all?
(dam i wish my neighbors were like that, once my neighbors seen a rifle and
they called local pd . the whole pd showed up)
Eric Bradley: Almost looks like your shooting in a development lmao
skeeta006: That's what's up. I'm considering moving to south Atlanta near Flordia. I
wanna be a cop in Florida and drive home to Atlanta. Gotta have the Army
station me down there. I added your fb page.
rangerryda: The Speer is likely to be loudest simply because it's designed to replicate
the hotter load recoil characteristics of the Gold Dot line. Primarily
designed for Law Enforcement training. Feel free to correct me if I'm wrong
but I've shot a lot of it and it certainly has more punch unsuppressed than
other factory FMJ target rounds.
dcpc08161992: Cool video, gives me an idea of what the Speer Lawman's ammo is like as I
have seen them for sale but wasn't sure if they are any good. Wish my
neighborhood is as accommodated as yours... one shot fire here in the
backyard and the COPS shows up un under 2 minutes for sure (the Police
station is three block from my house).
Marko Stoiljkovik: Is that a 1911? OMG how do I know that, i'm 16 and live in Macedonia,
computer games should be so illegal ;)
Tuck Tummy: If only it sounded like in the movies
PewPewPewCo: Man I wish I could find some of the 158gr stuff, it's been hard to find at
all. Have you tried any of the other 158's? PPU makes some.
jrideasp: Man, a lot of fags trying out for mall security on here....cool video,
thanks for the comparison
Steve Rodrigues: Hey Fireman,
I appreciate your comparos but the videos do not relay how quiet/loud the
ammo really is. Would you please test/post the decibel levels of the ammo
at a couple different distances from the gun? There are free smart phone
apps that would make your findings more objective and useful.
dahwriter: The main difference I hear is the level of bass in the shot.
ttjjnnhh: so your shooting in your backyard? arent u in city limits and wouldnt that
be illegal? and urs neighbors are cool wit this?
WEST ASIAN_--GURU: Your neighbors don't mind that you shoot live ammo in the back?
fireman1291: No prob man. Hope you enjoy my other vids!
fireman1291: With the amount of videos I have uploaded and with 10,000 views a day I get
TONS of hate from trolls. I have no more patience and call it as I see it.
I mostly get comments from negative people and know-it-all's who have never
shot a suppressed firearm. I do this for the people that actually want to
learn about suppressors and buy one for themselves. If someones "feelings"
are hurt from being called a "roosterwasher" then they don't need to be around
FirearmChannel: "a county may not regulate the recreational discharge of firearms in
residentially zoned areas when the discharge is not on a "shooting range,"
but merely recreational shooting on private property. In addition to being
mandated by the plain language of section 790.33, Florida Statutes, this
conclusion adheres to the position taken by this office in Attorney General
Opinion 2005-40. ."
Apokolohypnotis: Did you ever fired .22 subsonic? How does it compare? (the sound I mean)
fireman1291: The woods are under 1-2' of swamp water. And infested with gators and
snakes. The neighborhood kids don't play back there. Besides, I was
shooting into a dirt berm at a downward angle.
fireman1291: Sure do! Search for NFAReviewChannel. Link in video description as well.
bill burr: rad!
FirearmChannel: I'll make it easier, freakballs. F.S. 790.15 Nowhere is the bullcrap you
spew mentioned. It is only a 1st degree misdemeanor to "recklessly or
negligently discharge a firearm" on residential incorporated property. He
has a back stop.
johnlvs2run: They all sound the same.
itsjuank: why he hold the gun with suspicius gloves e.e
johnny wadd: I can not tell much difference through the vid.
buckroeva: is full and total metal jacket different?
Vesper Tilio: I'm budgeting for the next year to finally buy my 1st silencer. I hope they
dont change the laws between now and then!!! I live in PA. THe news is
making a lot of people nervous!!!
fireman1291: Cold wind=numb trigger finger.
IJP9: Do u only shoot suppressed in your back yard?
fireman1291: And yes, the lawman was LOUD for subs, won't be buying that again.
John8934: Your reply implies that your neighbors don't call the police to complain
even if legal. I need not imply, i will straight up say I'm super jealous
and wish I lived next door. 15-20$ range fees add up quick.
fireman1291: Awesome. PM me the ammo specs so I can quote it in the next ammo comparison
video I do! Thanks!
nathanatramp: Heard of the Free State Project? I live in New Zealand, but they're mighty
Wavrey: That's awesome!
Wayland C: Gun sweep at 3:32 Granted, it wasn't loaded yet, stay safe guys. Thanks for
doing these videos.
fireman1291: Mall Ninjas don't own title2 hardware kid. Not to mention, instead of
talking out of your gaping butthole. Don't you think I researched the laws
and setbacks in my state before posting such videos on my YT channel? There
is no 500ft rule. In fact I have had 3 local LEO's over to look at my setup
and all said I was within in law. That and I goto a range to really shoot.
I use my backyard setup to test new silencers real quick before I hit the
range. So shut your roosterwasher and move along.
Masterofbates: Try the Sellier and bellot 140 gr fmj subsonics. they were very quiet on my
AAC EVO 9
ryan crenshaw: even if you're setup is technically legal as far as legal ordinance
goes...what would the repercussion be if there was some kid back in those
woods messing about that took a stray? i lived in a similar neighborhood as
a kid and could totally see kids playing back there. maybe not RIGHT there
but maybe farther back. unlikely, yes. but seems like a bit of a gamble.