saefroch wrote:High-PSI wrote:Oh, I fired my gun on video (just as a test rig with no grip). Funny thing, it was freakin LOUD, but the video just records a very quiet "Snap" sound. Strange.
I think either your camera or computer is adjusting the recorded volume, I've had this happen to me before and am almost certain that's the cause. I don't know that you can do anything about it, sadly.
This thing was really, REALLY LOUD! It did not hurt my ears. But, I could only imagine what this much pressure would sound like coming from a 2 inch cannon.
One other thing that is funny, the pressure of the cannon firing moved a bunch of things in the room (it was fired in a storage room in my house). A exercise trampoline that was leaning up against the wall wavered quite a bit as the cannon fired next to it. A few things at the rear of the room blew around too.
I still find it cool that my Chrony actually blew back a few inches when it fired even though the muzzle was 5 feet away.