Improvised Twinkie and pineapple suppressors, NFA rules apply (VIDEO)

Moving past the standard trope of pillows, bottle nipples and potatoes as mufflers, YouTuber Natezoinks places some random household objects in front of his muzzle.

In the above “test,” Nate drops a standard issue yellow sponge cake treat on a stump then fires some subsonic Norma TAC through a 10/22, using the twink as a barrier not attached to the muzzle.

It sounds pretty quiet. Mileage may vary. We’d like to see it again with a dB meter and some ballistics gel, maybe a soundtrack from a Monster Energy drink commercial and a plug for Audible.com.

Then comes Nate for the double down with a pineapple against a 9mm Glock, which ends in a spray of yellow fruit flesh. Not sure about how quiet this one was. Consult your local gun law attorney before uploading similar vids to the web just to be safe. Just saying.

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