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Posted: 12/18/2002 4:53:21 PM EST
I just need to know this information
Does any body know the decible measurement for an AR15? All information would be appreciated
Link Posted: 12/18/2002 5:08:23 PM EST
[Last Edit: 12/18/2002 5:10:43 PM EST by Kaliburz]
????? If you want "schematics", just download the PDF blueprint files that are available out there. Go to Google and search. Heck, there's a site/forum (can't recall which) that has tons of free prints. Edit- Dumb me... 5.56mmx45 is the metric (is that it? what you're looking for?)
Link Posted: 12/18/2002 5:16:15 PM EST
it's a meter long, all i know.
Link Posted: 12/18/2002 5:18:08 PM EST
decible is a measurement of sound. He wants to know how loud it is.
Link Posted: 12/18/2002 7:20:44 PM EST
This is an incomplete question. The decibel's are going to be different between a straight barrel and one with a flash hider and one with a compensator and one with a brake.Decibel's are going to be different between barrel lenghth's and maybe even between barrel diameters. And the sounds are really going to change between ammunition grain loads. [:\]
Link Posted: 12/18/2002 8:13:14 PM EST
Well, this is one time where speed reading didn't pay off...
Link Posted: 12/18/2002 11:56:23 PM EST
My 14.5 Bushmaster shorty AK is load enough to make me drop the rifle to my waist while firing with no hearing protection. I have fired many government colt 20's and noticed a huge 'CRACK'. This was more of a 'BOOM' that tried the mettle of my soul. I would choose this weapon last out of a Glock 19, Remington 870, and XM-15. It is punishingly loud.
Link Posted: 12/19/2002 4:18:13 PM EST
Your 14.5" Bushie is louder than a 20". It has a shorter profile, that's the only advantage. You loose distance and velosity.
Link Posted: 12/19/2002 8:58:29 PM EST
I think generally, an AR of any type will give 160 decibels. Barrel length and ammunintion selection will vary the sound a bit, but 160 dB is a general measurement.
Link Posted: 12/20/2002 3:42:28 AM EST
I dont know but I can still hear my wife over it !! [50]
Link Posted: 12/20/2002 5:09:25 AM EST
Originally Posted By Black-Lions: I dont know but I can still hear my wife over it !! [50]
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LMAO! [:D]
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