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  1. That flash suppressor redirects the energy of the muzzle gas-discharge to the sides, to suppress the flash and to help diminish the recoil. That means there’s a lot of fiery explosion being directed to either side of the muzzle.


    Probably going to file an auto insurance claim, too.

  2. I actually knew a guy who pulled over and tried to shoot a ground hog with his 17HMR across his bed.
    The scope on the rifle barely could see over the opposite bed rail and when he shot the bullet hit the bed. Penetrated the first layer of metal and pushed out a bigger than .17″ dent on the other.

    He was using plastic tipped varmint rounds. If he’d been shooting full metal ones it would have gone through both.

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