What is the best easy to make homemade silencer/suppressor?
Hypothetically speaking of course, and filling out a form 1.
does anybody know if an empty 2liter bottle will work as a one time use suppressor like in that movie the departed? like perhaps if someone duct taped a 2 liter bottle to the barrel.
The first shot pushes the shit out of the way.
OP you essentially have 3 parts, pipe, threads, and baffles. Supressors are a surprisingly simple concept. You can rig one up easily even with minimal metalworking skills.
Oh but be careful about tolerances. The one thing you want to avoid is a baffle strike, that's if your bullet hits one of the baffles or any other metal in the suppressor. Could be dangerous and will almost surely destroy the suppressor.
That's the problem. You need the holes to be small enough so that the gas doesn't escape but not so tight that the bullet hits anything. Sounds like a bitch.
If only use .22lr anyway though, I wouldn't trust anything else.
Maglite + freeze plugs are the best 'easy' way. If you have the machines, mono-core baffles are very straight forward to machine. Best is k-baffles.
If you buy the kit, it comes with a jig to guide the drill. You could use a hand drill, but obviously a drill press would be much better.
They're kept aligned and spaced by their shape and fit, provided you buy the correct sizes or as specified by a kit.
You'll be fine, the jig keeps the drill aligned. But good luck drilling relatively small pieces of aluminum with a hand drill if you don't at least have a vise or something to hold on to it.
Then buy or borrow the tools you need, learn how to use them first, then consider what cool home made manufacturing projects you want to attempt after that.
Or pay someone else to do it.
>What is the best easy to make homemade silencer/suppressor?
Buy one from the silencer shop. Trust me, in the end, it'll be cheaper, easier, and you'll have a can that works.
Find washers that are slightly larger than the bullets (measure with the bullets themselves). Then visually inspect the finished product to ensure they aren't staggered, or measure if you know a way.
Doing a diagonal baffle design may be a bit more difficult but vertical seems easy.
No. It's plug and play. Attach, load, play.
Now go try yourself, little ragamuffin, you.
Oil filter, nigger. It really works. The first shot punches the hole. Subsequent shots fill the first unless your mount is shit. The bottom of an oil filter is just sheet metal and in some designs a small leaf spring. Neither of which do much to stop bullets. The filter media is all around the center axis of the filter so nothing else will be struck by the bullet.
The one on my M&P .45 is custom made, I think, by a single person on eBay, a device And an adapter, but cost me about $70 compared to simple adapter only devices.
I'm locked out of eBay, but .45 uses avery unique tpi rate so finding it shouldn't be hard.
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, is where I got all mine. All my weapons, minus 12ga....for now, are silencer ready, subsonic ammo? Now That's the issue, that's why I went with .45, naturally subsonic.
....also, finding adapters that use the 4003? or whatever Napa filters (long and skinny like an actual silencer) are hard to find, but Do exist.
Pistols sights are a No Go on my pistol all together...so I was thinking stacking rail risers under the barrel and attaching an IR laser for sight free shooting.
In order to manufacture an item that would fall under regulation by the NFA (suppressor, sbr etc.) you must fill out what is called a form 1 for the ATF and follow the rest of the procedures you would go through in order to purchase one from a store.
Here's the suppressor.
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