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    Quote Originally Posted by dutigaf View Post
    check out my $48 rifle silencer..... plus the stamp $200.... so for less than $250 it knocks 7.62x51, 7.62x39, x25 & even 5.45 & 5.56 down to hearing safe levels.... its here on the site...

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    What's the title?? I did a quick search and didn't find anything.

    I like the "freeze plug" method listed on Silencertalk, and one I looked at yesterday on YouTube using a long aluminum bodied fuel filter.
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    try this one bud...

    9mm can (fuel filter design)



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    Quote Originally Posted by dutigaf View Post
    try this one bud...

    9mm can (fuel filter design)



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    Enforcement, NOT Amnesty!!!!!!

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    in the immortal words of Sgt Schultz "very interesting"

    silencers in the UK and ireland are used for fox / mink hunting with small bore rifles 22-250, 222, Im sure there are used on deer ( stag)

    while you can't buy a AK in ireland, there a hundreds here and there, along with a few 1921 thompsons

    some of the lads in my hunting club own pistols, brought over from france and northern europe by ferry, of course they are not licensed
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    One of the Paulson silencer books has a photo of a boxful of cheap silencers ($20?) from one of the European countries. Ya know that box of $1 screwdrivers beside the cash register at Ace Hardware with the lid that folds up to display them? Just like that, but full of suppressors! IIRC, the silencer lacked a rear endcap, you bought an adapter for your specific gun separately and then the suppressor was pretty much disposable as they are sold with no paperwork. Silencers here are so expensive because the maker has to be specially licensed and taxed, and since the consumer is paying a high tax, they want durability and extreme efficiency for their money. Where silencers are unregulated or at least not taxed, there is not much market for what sells here, the cheap stuff works good enough for most folks and can be discarded or cheaply rebuilt.

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    Got a pretty good stock off CBcaps, Aguila Colbri and Aguila Super Colbri for the 22 rifles that are super quiet in a Winchester model 52. Use a small bulleye load with 180gr cast lead and dacron filler in a 31" Mosin M91 Finn barrel rifle at 600-700fps. Doesn't draw any attention. Don't need no stinkin silencer.

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    Those single shot Romanian trainer rifles they sold for $60 back in the day have something like a 27" bbl on them, standard velocity shorts out of one sounds like a BB gun. In my Marlin model 39 rifle (24") standard velocity shorts sound like a clap. Just an FYI.

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    Im one who likes to store knowledge and/ or educational information in my head, so feel free to throw idea's out there

    for when shtf, we won't need no bloody $200 stamp from Uncle Sam
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    sprat, store it in a 'flash-drive'. It's much more reliable.
    Hunter

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    What's the title?? I did a quick search and didn't find anything.
    I don't think a thread was started with a title like that, it just came up in a thread that was already started.
    Maybe it was one of these guys, WW11Tommy or jonci ?
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