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It's not recommended to shoot large quantities of .22lr through a sealed can because of .22 rounds being so dirty. The scenario brought up is that after a session on shooting .22lr and then switching to a 5.56, particles left behind from the .22 round could become dislodged and interfere with the 5.56 bullets path through the can and cause a baffle strike. If you're worried about looks, the Gemtech G5-22 is a great performer, use it on a coulple of .22 ARs and a 10/22 and soon on my sbr'd U/W MP5 22, practically no first round pop.
 
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