GEMTECH ONE – SOCOM Firing Table Test on a 416

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GEMTECH Demonstrates the SOCOM Test With The ONE on an HK416

A SOCOM test (the SOCOM firing table test) is one GEMTECH uses to test their various suppressors on different hosts in a standard format. It consists of eight (8), thirty (30) round magazines, fired sequentially at different rates, from 1 round/second up to a full auto mag dump.

Here’s their video.

Learn more about the ONE, a member of the GEMTECH Heavy Duty line, here on their website.

GEMTECH ONE silencer SOCOM test

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