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Thread: String suppressors for Horton

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    String suppressors for Horton

    My farther-in-law shoots a Horton crossbow and it's a little on the loud side even with silencers on it. Just wondering if anyone makes a string suppressor for it, or if there is a diy method for it.



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    C'mon I know somebody"s got some ideas!!

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    I made them for both my Ecal an Parker, no big thing. BUT, string suppressor won't silence a crossbow much. It does reduce some vibration and provides some backup in case of dryfire but don't do much to silence it.
    Why do I hunt? Simple, it's BASIC.
    Why do you breathe?!

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    Thanks, just figured since they help a compound that one might help a crossbow.

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    Ttt

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