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Pistol Silencer Manual. And Paintball silencer.
In following the instructions in this book you can make a quality silencer for your gun, pistol or rifle . This design applies also to paint ball guns and it is simple to modify it according to tables in book. It is even simple to increase the size as to diameter of main tube and the overall length of the complete silencer. When changing andmodifying the silencer it is important to change measurements of other parts accordingly. This type of silencer design has been in use for over 30 years, with good results. As an example, with ammunition under, the velocity of sound about 1087 ftp/sec or 331 m/sec. you will only hear the fall of the firing pin!, and no more than just like the sound of spitting! The good attribute of this silencer, isthat disassembly and cleaning is simple. If customers want to use this type of silencer for larger guns, with higher velocity ammunition, can modify it in size as mentioned above, and use lower velocity ammunition for better sound suppression. It is inevitable that breaking the sound barrier will cause some sound crack, when it is broken.

Here are photographs of internal parts, to give you ideaof how simple this type is, and easy to make.

Photographs of silencer parts, notice powder soot on shims.

Some more photographs of parts, here is rear end.

Size comparison. Black colour is powder soot !

Drawing No.1 200 MM 20 MM 20 MM

35 MM

Main Body Tube.

30 MM

All parts made of Aluminium. Main body outer finish can be electroplated in gray or matte black or spraypainted.

Threads 20 TPI

2.5 MM Wall Thickness

Threads 20 TPI

12 MM

Muzzle End Plate Diameter 31.3 MM For 20 Threads Pr. Inch. Different TPI can be used.

Front End Plate

12 MM

35 MM

15 MM

1/2" UNF or 9/16" UNF Acc. to barrel OD. diameter. Or threads on you gun.

Drill according to caliber table.

15 MM

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Primary Spacer, Spacers, and Shims.
Drawing No.2 74 MM

25 MM

Primary Tube. 1. Piece Aluminium

30 MM

Wall thickness 2.5 MM 13 MM

Spacer 6 Pieces. Aluminium.

25 MM 30 MM

Wall thickness 2.5 MM 3 MM

Shims. 6 Pieces. Aluminium.

30 MM

Drill according tocaliber table.

Assembled Silencer.

Drawing No.3 Front End

Spacer

Shim

Primary Spacer.

Muzzle End. Threads ½ “ UNF, 9/16” UNF. Or the threading on you gun.

BARREL MUZZLE END. THREADS ½ “ UNF or 9/16" X18 UNF FOR AVERAGE BARREL. FOR HEAVIER BARREL THREAD SIZE CAN BE INCREASED ACC TO BARREL DIAMETER. UP TO ¾ “ UNF. Drawing No.4

After threading barrel end the crowning isfreshened up.

½ inch

REGULAR BARREL

DRILL TABLE.
This table is for drilling size diameters through shims and front end plate of silencer.
Calibers .22 Calibers .25 Calibers .30 Luger Calibers .32 ACP Calibers . 9 MM Luger Calibers . 38 S&W long Calibers . 38 Special Calibers .380 ACP Calibers .357 Mag Calibers .357 SIG Calibers .40 Calibers .10 MM Norma Calibers .44 Mag Calibers .45 ACPCalibers .243 Calibers 6.5MM Calibers 7 MM Calibers .308 Drill size 6.5 MM Drill size 7.4 MM Drill size 9.5 MM Drill size 8.8 MM Drill size 10 MM Drill size 9 MM Drill size 10.1 MM Drill size 10 MM Drill size 10.1 MM Drill size 10.1 MM Drill size 11.1 MM Drill size 11.1 MM Drill size 12 MM Drill size 12.5 MM Drill size 7 MM Drill size 7.5 MM Drill size 8.1 MM Drill size 8.6 MM

Measure the bulletdiameter of your gun ! Larger calibers: The rule of drill size diameter is, drill holes in shims and front end plate, 1 mm-1.2 mm above bullet diameter.

Instructions.
1. After making and installing according to the drawings No.1, No.2, and No.3 ,check that there are no obstructions in bore and out through silencer. 2. Use subsonic ammunition for best results . With this Silencer there...
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