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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Jacket Firearms View Post
    I don't know where you'ld get them , but I've shot plenty of the .308 and x39 subsonic's through our can's , like shooting a suppressed 9mm . with a real good suppressor lol . You mostly get the hear the bullet impact and the action cycle .
    You'd have to make them. 180 grain might work as well.

    I roll my own 7.62x54r 125's with reduced loading for plinking and pest control (close up coyotes and badgers, the like) and it works well, at least in my Mosins. It wouldn't be all that bad to use light bullets and turn that PSL into a lightweight subsonic straight-pull bolt action.

    Again, what a sweet rifle/can combo! Hunting without all the noise
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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Jacket Firearms View Post
    Do you know how much quicker it would go if you got Stephie a dealer to send it to ? Get on the ball Jack !
    haha, I will call you guys next few day with class 3 dealer phone number and address , jack is going nuts with new toy


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    Quote Originally Posted by sjohnson View Post
    You'd have to make them. 180 grain might work as well.

    I roll my own 7.62x54r 125's with reduced loading for plinking and pest control (close up coyotes and badgers, the like) and it works well, at least in my Mosins. It wouldn't be all that bad to use light bullets and turn that PSL into a lightweight subsonic straight-pull bolt action.

    Again, what a sweet rifle/can combo! Hunting without all the noise
    try you a 220 gr , that's what Engles uses . They work really great , cycle the action . And Thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bluejack View Post
    haha, I will call you guys next few day with class 3 dealer phone number and address , jack is going nuts with new toy
    There you go , let's get this party started
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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Jacket Firearms View Post
    There you go , let's get this party started
    If Bluejack is buying one. Now I want one.
    Will. What is the cleaning process with those cans?
    Do you have any videos with that set up in operation?
    Oh God. If I buy that the old lady will leave me for sure. Haaa haaa bye.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 4thIDvet View Post
    If Bluejack is buying one. Now I want one.
    Will. What is the cleaning process with those cans?
    Do you have any videos with that set up in operation?
    Oh God. If I buy that the old lady will leave me for sure. Haaa haaa bye.
    Not much of a 'process" . Mostly just hose it out with brake cleaner and WD 40 every now and then . The can is made to be easily broken down for cleaning if you want to go further . On the "Video's" page of my website , there should be a vid shooting a Saiga .308 with the can on it . Welcome to Red Stick Firearms, Home of Red Jacket Firearms
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    Smile Damn.

    Friggen Awesome. Oh Yeah. I see one of those in my future.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 4thIDvet View Post
    Friggen Awesome. Oh Yeah. I see one of those in my future.
    Just a phone call away , we'll get you going
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