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To me, I have found that the more specific the can is to your specific application, the better the can will preform. Cans that are for handgun use are made light to function with a Nelson device. Subgun cans tend to be made from thicker and more heat resistant materials as they are fixed mounted and subjected to much higher use and temperatures. A subgun can also tends to have a larger volume compared to a handgun can, because the subgun can must deal with a larger volume of gas.

If all other variables are equal, a 9mm can will be quieter than a. 45 can. Why, because a .45 can has a bigger hole in the end of it. a level physics electricity questions and answers So it is easier for the gas to exit the can. If the gas exits the can above the speed of sound, there will be greater noise leaving the can. As a collector, if I am installing a can, I wish to have the firearm make the least amount of sound. electricity sources in canada I have found that one can to use for many applications just does okay. A can for a specific purpose tends to function much better in that one application but not so well in others. I don’t shoot handguns much, but I shoot 9mm, .40 caliber, and. 45 subguns a lot. So I own a bunch of subgun cans. YMMV.

To me, I have found that the more specific the can is to your specific application, the better the can will preform. Cans that are for handgun use are made light to function with a Nelson device. Subgun cans tend to be made from thicker and more heat resistant materials as they are fixed mounted and subjected to much higher use and temperatures. A subgun can also tends to have a larger volume compared to a handgun can, because the subgun can must deal with a larger volume of gas.

If all other variables are equal, a 9mm can will be quieter than a. 45 can. gas after eating bread Why, because a .45 can has a bigger hole in the end of it. So it is easier for the gas to exit the can. gas definition state of matter If the gas exits the can above the speed of sound, there will be greater noise leaving the can. As a collector, if I am installing a can, I wish to have the firearm make the least amount of sound. I have found that one can to use for many applications just does okay. A can for a specific purpose tends to function much better in that one application but not so well in others. I don’t shoot handguns much, but I shoot 9mm, .40 caliber, and. 45 subguns a lot. So I own a bunch of subgun cans. YMMV.

Sound can be so subjective. My first can was a SWR H.E.M.S. electricity meaning II. That I bought as a package deal with a HK Mark 23. I shot it during the transfer to me at a public range. But others were using the range while I shot it so I had hearing protection on. When it was transferred to me, I took it to an outdoor range. gas definition physics I was alone so I shot it without hearing protection. It hurt my ears dry. gas near me prices I can shoot it wet without hearing protection but not dry.

On another Board the subject of suppressors for a Mark 23 came up. Another member mentioned he had a H.E.M.S. II for his Mark 23 and described the combination as "pellet gun quiet". Obviously that has not been my experience. I would highly suggest that you actually shoot the suppressor you wish to buy, before transferring it to you. If I had shot that H.E.M.S. can without hearing protection, I never would have transferred the can to myself. I have $400 in it (plus the stamp), but it has been years since I shot it. I had always thought of adapting it to the 45X reverse stretch I have. But that is another story. Good luck with the search for a can.