Most suppressors are rather light and not a problem for plains game. Not a balance issue or appearance problem for me. I used for plains game only. I kind of like being different and making up my own mind.Justbryan, what are downsides to using a suppressor.?
what I hear so far is balance ,weight, tradition, manliness, appearance . Any others ?
Cleaning? Accuracy? Please tell me your experience ! I actually have one on order for my coyote gun 204 which came threaded for the purpose. I shoot a lot of the fawn eating varmints and I’m thinking it will improve my sneaky factor!
The suppressor is great for blinds, stands, back of truck, still hunting. It is difficult to use waking in the bush or on dangerous game where a quick reaction is a must. All the quys laughing on this site have never tried it on a 375 but they do have a valid point about the downfalls. I left the suppressor home on my second trip because of dangerous game hunt.
My experience on my 223 or 308 is completely different. I would never go shoot or hunt without my suppressor. It is accurate but doesn’t help with “sneaky factor.” Suppressors are never Hollywood quite like in the movies.