Nice setup! As mentioned, now that you have a can you're likely never going to want to shoot without it.
Q also stresses lightweight for their designs. I went with the Erector and am quite happy, been thinking of grabbing the El Camino to add a second rimfire can since the Erector is a bit fragile, relying on the aluminum baffles' threads I can see it getting damaged if taken out for a hunt and banging into a tree.
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Blue Dog, I use dB Meter Pro. I think it was a paid app but it was only a few bucks if it was.
Expert308 I'm happy with it. I don't have any real experience with rimfire other than a 10/22 I haven't shot in ages. The only other one I was seriously looking at was the Ruger Mk IV and while I liked how easily that opened, the trigger felt nicer on the Victory and I somehow pinched myself closing up the Ruger and that kinda put me off from it (silly, I know...). I can't speak much to sensitivity to ammo as I bought a case of Mini Mags right off the bat and those of course tend to be potent enough to solve any feed/cycling issues in picky pistols. Interestingly enough the Mini Mags were barely any louder than the subsonic ammo I got. The sci-fi look of the Lite series Rugers was a bit off-putting too but some may like that too of course.This message has been edited. Last edited by: MikeNH,
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