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Old 01-04-2016, 11:30 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by CarnageZ28 View Post
Play with a 7.62 QD Ti Phantom here ... Not a noob to cans per say, but not many people around here to compare them too. The two other center fire rifle cans I did get to hear though - meter quieter. But have a higher "crack" tone to them so they seem louder.

(To me, but I have minor hearing damage from being next to a braked .223 16" ONCE with no ears, an unannounced shot from a .243 Rem that I was about 2' away from, and 5-10 years being around loud tools/machinery. Have minor hissing of ears and occasional ringing)
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Originally Posted by kramer View Post
I saw tests where the Liberty Freedom and AAC Cyclone, matched db wise, were 2-3 db quieter than the Phantom Ti.
IDK what it meters, but it sounds better than other .30 cal cans I've heard.
For much less scrilla.
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