I recently picked up one of these on TM. I didn't really need it, so I must be addicted. I just liked the look of it and wanted to get an unscientific comparrison to a REV Rog one I bought previously. Has anyone else seen or used one of these?
Post by possumshooter on Apr 2, 2011 14:51:29 GMT 11
Ive got one of Chris's Bunny Buster 2.0 on my ruger 10/22 and it seems pretty good for sub somic ammo I went with this over others out there that you can't take apart for cleaning. Haven't used any other other suppressors so can't compare to to any thing else sorry. I'd be interested to see what you think of it comprared to one of Rev Rog's suppressors
The new Bunny Buster arrived in the post on Wednesday. It cost $50 and was purchased of Trade Me.
It is designed for rimfire rifles, but I thought i'd try it out on my BSA PCP.
Today I put 40 pellets through it to test for accuracy, POI in comparrison to my original suppressor. And or course audible volume, compared to my other can.
Well it is louder than my original(larger) can. I suppose that is to be expected. It is much smaller, perhaps half the length and diameter and weight. I don't have a tool to measure the actual sound output but I would guess that the smaller suppressor is perhaps 1/3 less effective than the larger unit.
The Bunny Buster is much smaller and better looking. I think is is real rifle Bling. And being smaller and lighter it is much easier to use on an already heavy package.
nope never seen one of that model. My favourite for use on a rimfire is the Steal Parker Hale suppressor, it's the quietest suppressor I've ever used.
I've been hunting a ot recently with possum shooter who has a Rev Rog over barrel suppressor now and honestly itls the loudest suppressor I've ever heard and I think it sounds like a subsonic with no suppressor so in my opinion it doesnt work and it's obvious why, believe it or not but for some reason it's ported which can only be for cosmetic looks because it makes it bloody loud. If you tried a Steal Parker Hale at 50% or less of the price of the RevRog model all you'd hesr would be the action working, they're that good, I've used them on Toz's, 10/22's and Sako .22's snd I'd bet it would perform beautifully on a Pcp also.
I did see on another forum a suppressor called a Big Bertha, I think it belonged to Digit and thats one model I'd like to try.
Hi Septic, that is a great looking suppressor. To clean them I used to keep a jar of white spirits and occasionally submerge the suppressor in the jar and give it a good swirl then take it out, give it a shake and leave it for 30-60m to evapourate.