NOVA VISTA FREEDOM/LIBERTY DonnyFL SUPPRESSOR ADAPTERS ARE NOW IN STOCK!

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    DirtyDovi
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    Hi everyone!

    As promised,  here's my update: 
    The ATI Nova Vista Freedom/Liberty [Seneca Aspen] DonnyFL Suppressor Adapters are ready and in stock on Donny's site!

    I installed mine on my Freedom, and as always – The fit and finish of the adapter and thread protector are fantastic!
    Threads are so precise that with a finger/thumb snap, they'll thread on/off in one fluid motion.  As top notch as it gets!

    I just moved into new digs, and the 1st order of business was to set up my new 10 yard indoor range, 
    and get the adapter installed and a suppressor on..  Done & Done.

    I've used the RONIN and the EMPEROR V3, and it is Un-Real how quiet the Freedom is..
    I fired the 1st shot, and the only thing I heard was the pellet smacking the target/backstop 3 rooms away.  Killer!

    This shot is the funniest – as the suppressor is almost as long as the rifle.  I called it the Freedom "SE" 
    *Silent Edition 
    *Sniper Edition
    Maybe a better nickname would be the "SS" 
    *Silent Sniper

    Hahaha

     

    BIG Thanks to Donny!  This thing is absolutely Awesome!

    Heads up for everyone else – Get em' while they're hot!  👍 

     🙂 

    Sam –

     

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    S97
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    Many thanks for the report.

    I just purchased the same rifle.  Will probably go this route as well. In terms of decibel reduction, what do you think you are getting?

     

     

     

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    DirtyDovi
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    S97, 

    You're very welcome!  

    And here is the direct link: 
    https://donnyfl.com/collections/adapters/products/nova-vista-liberty-1-2-x-20-a50 

    As far as sound levels,  unfortunately,  I don't have a DB meter – only my ears.. 
    I shoot indoors in relatively small rooms, so, I judge by sound and echos.. 

    On high power, the snap of the Freedom [Probably the same for the Liberty]
    used to be quite loud, and I'd also get a harsh echo..  

    With suppression,  I don't hear either one..  

    I've used Donny's RONIN and the EMPEROR V3, and literally, the only sounds are 
    the soft 'plink' of the action, and, the 'smack' of the pellet[s] hitting the target/backstop.  

    If it is that quiet indoors,  I can only imagine that outdoors it would be almost silent.  

    🙂👍 

    Sam –

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    gungeek85
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    That's a great set up, I'm glad you  are getting such a good results. I'm in the market for a much smaller suppressor so I don't make my Seneca too long. What would you recommend??

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    DirtyDovi
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    gungeek85,  

    Thank you, and Yes..  I've been getting fantastic results with the setup – Using two different suppressors – from Donny.. 
    The two that I use are pretty big though – Definite over-kill.  haha  

    If you're interested in something very efficient yet still relatively compact,  two of his smaller models come to mind..  

    The "Tanto" coming in at 1.22" x 5"  [ $99 ]
    And 
    The "Tatsu" coming in at 1.6" x 4.25"  [ $130 ] 

    https://donnyfl.com/   

    When you see the selection up top,  they'll be the two towards the lower-right..  

    The Tanto will be longer / thinner 
    The Tatsu will be shorter / chubbier 

    And if you do end up opting to go with a suppressor,  make sure to order 1 caliber size up from what your rifle's cal is.
    So if you have a .177,  order a .22,   If you have a .22,  order a .25  
    That way, as the pellet leaves the barrel and travels through the suppressor,  there is little/no chance of it hitting [ "clipping ] 

    Hope that helps!  

     🙂👍

    Sam –

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    gungeek85
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    Great  piece of information, specially about getting a higher caliber. I wouldn’t have thought of that. I will go ahead an place an order. Thank you so much for responding to my question in a timely fashion. I appreciate it 👍🏽👍🏽

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    DirtyDovi
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    Hey,  You're very welcome,  
    and I'm glad to hear that my little ramble helped out!  One more thing about going with 1 caliber size up.. 
    Should you end up getting a rifle of the higher caliber later on,  then you can also use the suppressor on that as well.
    Then you have a multi-caliber compatible setup – so to speak.. 

    Good luck! 

    👍 

    Sam –

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    internal disarmament suppressor Donnyfl

     

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