Sound Dampening Your Hang and Hunt Setup: Tips and Tricks

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  • John's avatar

    Fill those sections with expandable foam and it reduces the noise quite a bit

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    @John Lowe

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    @John Lowe’s or Home Depot I’m guessing? Thanks!

  • John's avatar

    @Nick yeah pretty much any hardware store sells it. If you over fill any and it comes out just cut it right off with a knife after it dries.

  • Brian's avatar

    Did that undercoat help much?

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    @Brian For only the first coat I was actually impressed, but I plan on applying three layers and a camouflage top coat. I’ll get back to you on total effectiveness!

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    @Nick cool thanks

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    @Brian Finished the three coats and while I was impressed with the noice reduction especially for purposes of packing in a setup, I think @John makes the best point-for eliminating the ‘ting’ that comes with metal on metal contact, the spray in insulation made the biggest difference.

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    @Nick yeah it removes the tubings ability to vibrate as much

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