I wanted a good suppressed round for my Uzi with the Mossad II suppressor, who h so far had not impressed me a lick even with my own 147gr reloads. It was still only arguably hearing safe with anything I’d tried and even at best it was clearly audible at quite a distance. Although it sounded more like a roof stapler than a gun. I was regretting buying the can even though I’d picked it up used for a song even after the transfer. I was used to rifle suppressors muffling shots somewhat but I’d wanted more from the pistol-caliber Uzi and I felt like I’d wasted my time and money. But this test tonight changed everything.
Shooting just for sound and function, I fired the first round with hearing protection in place just to be safe. The bolt slammed home on the first round and had I not seen the slightest flash at the muzzle and felt the action cycle I’d have thought it misfired. WTF?! That wasn’t possible. Was it? I took the err pro off and fired another round. Then two more. The reports were barely louder than the sound of the action cycling. Now THIS…this was what I’d always wanted from a suppressor. I fired a few more, then pushed the selector into “hose ‘em down” mode and ran the mag out. If I’d had someone there to talk to we could have conversed over the minor noise this thing was making. Incredible.