DonnyFL Shogun or Huggett Magna?

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    WesleySniper
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    Hello,

     

    I want to buy a bigger silencer for my Impact and i hear that DonnyFL is better but i know that the Huggett is also a very good silencer and it looks way cooler to me.

    So i would like to hear some opinions and experiences of others on these two and even better if someone can share experience with both brands even if not these specific silencers.

     

    I already own a DonnyFL Koi but have never seen a Hugget.

     

    Thanks!

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    qball
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    Doesn’t hurt to try it! They both work well if you get the right one for your power level and huggett does look cool! 

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    sonny
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    I have heard good things about Huggett.

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    ronmcc4
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    Given the customer service you get from DonnyFL, I’d go that route. You can’t go wrong with a DonnyFL silencer. 

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    BMC
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    I tried a lot of different moderators on my Impact. The Shogun was the quietest. I put another one on my LCS. I did not try a Hugget. My Impact is 30 cal shooting 50 grain at 940.

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    Smok3y
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    I can’t comment on these two particular silencers, but I can comment on the brands and other brands. I have used a wide range of silencers, and for the most part… they are not that different when comparing similar models. 

    I tried several on my 30 Impact and could not tell much of a difference, at least not as far as better sound for more money. I compared the stock baffles, Huggett Snipe, STO, I forget the name of the other one. I have also tried Huggetts, Ramus Trident, Donnys (mostly Sumos) on other rifles. On the rifles, I couldn’t not tell much difference on any of them from a sound standpoint. I actually used the stock baffles after trying all the options on the Impact. 

    More so than price, the thing I noticed a bigger difference in was weight and how it affected the barrel droop shifting impact down on the Impact. Not a big deal, adjust once and you are good.

    My advice is to use the one you like the looks of or that you like the price of. Sound wise, they are so close, that it doesn’t seem worth it to me. I currently still have a Sumo and a Snipe, so I like both brands.

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