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Does anyone in this group subscribe to the paid Pew Science option? Just curious what advantages if any that it provides. More reviews than on the free website or just more in depth reviews of the listed suppressors? I might be interested if there are more reviews but don't think more data would be of much interest to me.


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I don't subscribe. I read the free reviews. But in most of them they tell you the data you would get as as subscriber (mostly at the ear).


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I have read many of them also. I am wondering primarily if there might be more tests of units that are not on the free to read list.


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I don't know you can probably ask them. But I can't imagine what exotic can you are thinking might be there because just about everything I own has been somewhere on the free list one way or another...


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I was hoping to see tests on the SLH AND SLX SIG suppressors to compare to the no longer available SLD. TFB has touched on comparisons briefly but little detail.


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Free test data at NFATalk.org
 
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Thank you, lots of info but as of yet nothing on the newer "printed" suppressors from SIG.


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