That is a big "it depends." You are dealing with a very short barrel. So the first thing that you want to do is make sure that your chosen ammunition is actually delivering a stabilized projectile out of the short barrel. Don't just take somebody's word that XXX runs great with no problems. Personally verify that a given round is stable in your gun. That is step one and will minimize the possibility of baffle strikes. Next up is the fact that there is a lot of powder being burned outside of the barrel in a 53 configuration. We all know that the resulting fireball is a crowd pleaser! But with a can on the end, that means that powder could be burning in the can. There are many modern can designs that deal with this circumstance with ZERO issue. There are some can designs that do not. If this was my rig, I would be looking for a can that specifically states that it is designed for use with your barrel length. That design would include premium baffle materials and a welded build. At least for me.