The need to evaluate point of impact shift on suppressors (VIDEO)

Black rifle expert Jim Zimba with Bigshooterist holds class on the difference between the point of impact and point of aim when talking about adding a can to your gun.

While some suppressor makers talk mucho smack about zero POI shift, Zimba weighs in on this by shooting five rounds unsuppressed then adds a few different cans and repeats the drill with the same ammo to see if there is a perceptible shift.

Kinda interesting if you have lingering concerns on the matter.

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