Does that Can Affect Your Grouping? Suppressor Problems

Does that Can Affect Your Grouping?  Suppressor Problems

Do Suppressors Affect Performance and Accuracy?

Almost always, when you add a suppressor to your rifle, the point of impact will change. You’ll need to “re-zero” the rifle for suppressed shooting. With most modern suppressor mounts, this shift is (in most cases) repeatable, so once you adjust for the suppressor configuration with a given load, you won’t have to do it again. If you change any other variables, another zeroing session at the range will be in your future.

To best illustrate what this means, let’s look at some actual examples. I went back though my old range notes to see what happened with point if impact shift with various silencersand rifles.

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