I wonder if anyone here has experience with and are farmiliar with the effects supressors have on a weapon. After completing the permit process through the ATF, and FINALLY recieved the finalizing paperwork, I built my own supressor mountable on an ar15. I finally tested it for the first time two days ago, and it worked really well dropping the blast probably around 40 decibels (which is standard). My design was good I think, but boy did I notice a difference in trajectory. I knew right away with a 5.56 tracer. A change of center is to be expected with a silencer, but this visible projectile practically did spirals immediately after leaving the weapon. No straight line at all. Could it be because my supressor baffle holes and can hole are too small? Too big? They are about 1/4". Should the baffles have any other holes than the center one? This is my first rodeo with trying mufflers. I need advice you experienced guys! Help!