Discussion in 'Silencers' started by Dave Affleck, Feb 3, 2016.

  1. Dave Affleck New Member

    Dave Affleck
    The product description for the Ultra series mentions no FRP in most applications.

    That has me wondering, what are the applications where FRP might be expected? Which properties, or firearm attributes contribute to the likelihood of FRP? What parameters can be influenced to mitigate the potential for FRP?

    As a predator hunter, the majority of my shots are one and done. Then I'm carrying a dead coyote back to the truck and moving on down the road to try for another one. Strings are great when they happen, if it's because I'm dealing with multiple coyotes and not because I'm missing the one and only... But strings aren't the norm. One shot, that's it, is typical.

    So the FRP phenomena is of unique interest to me.

    - DAA
  2. Zak Smith Operations

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    Zak Smith
    It means that in the test cartridges, the FRP is within the std dev of the rest of the meter data
  3. Zak Smith Operations

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    Zak Smith
    It's possible you could get FRP in "some" combination of cartridge, but it's unlikely

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