Sharing my embarrassing screw up today.. Testing a new 223 wylde SBR upper today . Dialing in at 25 yards with open sights.. After getting close with open sights unsuppressed I put my suppressor on and a fresh target. On the first shot my $ 1000.00 suppressor flew off and came to rest next to the 25 yard target... Surprised and scared to say the least. After spending some time to see if I had all my body parts and looking to my right to see if the guys closest had noticed I looked at the target and there was a hole where I was hoping to see one. Had to wait till cold range to retrieve my can so i put the other upper on and shot some blackout. Can was full of mud but otherwise no obvious damage. No sign of baffle strike. Looks like I didnt get proper full engagement. While Looking for similar stupid mistakes online I found a video of a guy who did it on purpose.... I will say that shooting a 1 lb suppressor could be deadly to whoever is in front at close range. I don't recommend trying it.. This guy did it on purpose with same can.. His was "stuck" and he heard this was the cure..