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Homemade Reflex silencer

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by hairyarms, Jan 12, 2014.

  1. hairyarms

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    Here is my Umarex Perfecta Mod 55 in.177.I have made a reflex silencer for it.It only extends the length an extra 2 inches, but a void goes back 5.I didn't think it would work that well but I am really impressed with it.

    I have fitted a piston sleeve and put in a slightly longer trigger adjustment screw to lighten the triggers second stage.For 100 quid I am really impressed with this gun SAM_1043.jpg and have really enjoyed modding it.:up:
     
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    nice job mate. it's rewarding ain't it
     
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    I always like your camo paint jobs Micah, might do my ultra when I grow the balls! ;)
     
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    Stevie Darling Sexual tyrannosaurus

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    Nice job mate, it's good when you fire the first pellet and get a quiet surprise!! Old fashioned pipe lagging is good for internals.
     
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    I would like to have a try at this, what are the basic rules to follow for a starter. KB1
     
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    I made it from a 3/4" ID seamless tube I used a 8" long piece and rammed the one end with a 3" long 3/4" bar (which was a tight fit) and then drilled it 15mm. I did the same the other end(only 10mm though) and drilled it 6.5mm.

    I then superglued it onto the barrel and its rock solid.To check the alignment I stick a piece of insulation tape over the hole and then shoot a pellet to see if its central.This is my second attempt though,i am no machinist and the first one I made was too sloppy and the pellet was clipping the hole! The added weight on this cheapo Chinese gun transforms it IMO.if you need any tube let me know Its been trial and error but I have enjoyed messing with it.
     
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    Sounds like a blast to me, cheers for the heads up. KB1
     
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    Give it a go Steve! I am going to do my TX again I have never been happy with it.I will probably just lay some foliage over the top and spray it matt black,when I have done it I will post a picture. SAM_1044.jpg
     
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