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Yesterday I shot my Mark 23 with the KAC can at the range. It was just unreal, the muzzle barely moved, very quiet, and apparently, a crowd pleaser. After my first magazine through it, I turned around and a guy was standing behind me watching, and he had the biggest smile on his face, it was so funny.

For those of you that have a KAC can and a Mark 23, but have not shot the combo together, you really need to, it really is an amazing experience. I have to say, now I cannot wait to go to the range again!!
 

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I don't have the Mark 23, but my USP Tactical/KAC combo gets the same reaction. The first KAC can that I fired was on the Mark 23 and it is sooooo smooth. I may end up getting one just for the hell of it.
 

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I did not use any liquid this time. Yes, the accuracy is freaking amazing. The last magazine I put through it was my best, just shot out the bulls eye of the target. Very tight group. What an amazing system.
 

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Yep. " Pure Joy ", doesn't even accurately express the feeling. Said a Thousand times before, it is NOT a carry gun.....but I DO want to go into the Apocalypse with it. It's always been touted as ' 50yd. Match Trigger' and I don't doubt it. This is from 15 yard rapid fire testing a new rail adapter. The KAC can really does balance it out and reduce muzzle-flip (which is almost non-existent anyway...) But shooting it WET? Well, that's what makes it different from almost all the others !!!



Bottom target is 185 & 200gr +P. I opened up some with the 220 & 230 +P on top.....:28:
 

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I always enjoy the MARK 23 threads. Folks just need to include more photos when they post. Wish we could get the KAC suppressor here in Europe, but the B&T isn't too shabby either.
 

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I wish I had taken some photos yesterday, but I didn't. I was having too much fun :) Next time I will take more photos and update the thread.
 

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Have you shot it with cans other than the KAC? I'm curious to know if there's a significant difference with that one specifically. I just couldn't justify the cost to myself and went with a Rugged Obsidian (still in jail).
 

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Have you shot it with cans other than the KAC? I'm curious to know if there's a significant difference with that one specifically. I just couldn't justify the cost to myself and went with a Rugged Obsidian (still in jail).
I've shot the Mark 23 with the KAC and the SiCo Osprey which is a really nice can as well. It was lighter than the Knight's and stayed on target for me, the KAC of course is just much better built and the weight felt superb together.
 

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What distance?
I think it was about 20 ft. moderate rate of fire. It's hard for me to shoot like that any more because my eyes have changed. Now I have to choose whether to focus on the sights or the target, not both like before. I shoot tighter groups if I focus on the target though. When I range tested my VP9 Lobos trigger, My 15 rounds went through about 2" at 20ft.
 

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Have you shot it with cans other than the KAC? I'm curious to know if there's a significant difference with that one specifically. I just couldn't justify the cost to myself and went with a Rugged Obsidian (still in jail).
that rugged can is really a damn nice sounding can. Those boys up in travelers are making some great products. I ran it against another top tier can same ammo same host and it sounded better in a full configuration.
 
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