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    Super Quiet .308 Subsonic Ammo

    Profire Arms & Supply has just developed a new line of subsonic .308 ammunition that has a dB signature somewhere between a normal conversation and the noise of a standard bus ride. It's been metered and authorized by the videos below. And that's just awesome.

    This subsonic ammo is running between 65-69 dB. See the chart below. The videos below are actual sound meter testing of our 'Sub Thumper' ammo.

    Test #1 <--Click Here

    Test #2 <--Click Here

    Test #3 <--Click Here


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    well looks like i need to go pick up a .308 now

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    The trailboss loads were super quiet.

    I $#@!ed up by taking them to this location to shoot. THe property is surrounded by ravines giving it an echo effect. If it was at loonys you would not hardly anything at all.
    Shit happens. The ripples just stop and then it's over like nothing was ever there.

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    How much are these and where can they be had ?

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    Ok so who can thread my 308? I need a 308 can, and I need it yesterday!

    Amazing results on that ammo!
    If your not living life on the edge, move over, your taking up to much room!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 22lr View Post
    Ok so who can thread my 308? I need a 308 can, and I need it yesterday!

    Amazing results on that ammo!
    We have a guy that can thread your barrel, the only way I can get you a can yesterday is if you bought it 2 to 4 months ago.
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    Quote Originally Posted by IndyMonkey View Post
    We have a guy that can thread your barrel, the only way I can get you a can yesterday is if you bought it 2 to 4 months ago.
    Any clue on rough price for threading?
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    Seems like it was 75.00 (I could be wrong) for threading plus a thread protector. Corey takes care of it, if your interested I can send you his email address.
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    Quote Originally Posted by IndyMonkey View Post
    Seems like it was 75.00 (I could be wrong) for threading plus a thread protector. Corey takes care of it, if your interested I can send you his email address.
    Thanks, that works. Ya ill give him a buzz later, I have all his contact info. But why bother him, when I can bother you?
    And now

    *end threadjack*
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    Quote Originally Posted by 22lr View Post
    Thanks, that works. Ya ill give him a buzz later, I have all his contact info. But why bother him, when I can bother you?
    And now

    *end threadjack*
    Your more than welcomed to bother me all you want. Corey is the one that deals with the machinist though.

    Happy 4th


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    Quote Originally Posted by kdub View Post
    How much are these and where can they be had ?
    $35 per box, 20 rounds.

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    nevermind
    Last edited by glock20; October 12th, 2011 at 00:32.
    ok if .45 acp wont stop a fight, i need my rifle

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    roll your own.....it's cheaper!

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