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    seems kinds silly to put a can on that SAW. the action is still really loud. flash suppression would be a good thing though. after a few hundred rounds, you'd probably have sunspots dancing in your eyes, and that can't be good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neildo View Post
    after a few hundred rounds, you'd probably have sunspots dancing in your eyes, and that can't be good.
    I can't speak to the M60, having never shot one, but that's not really a problem I've run into at all for the SAW (original and MK 46 and 48 versions), or for the 240B, for that matter.
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    i've never fired one at all, so i can only guess.
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    The m60 can actually cut down on the noise quite a bit. Not the most effectively suppressed firearm we had out there (that distinction of course belongs to the .22s, though the.308 up there that sounded like a quiet airgun with subsonic rounds and not much louder with standard velocity rounds). It was amazing to see someone shoot what sounded like a suppressed .22, looked like a .22 in recoil....and then find out about a second later that they were actually sending .308 down range.
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