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New silencer for the cricket

Discussion in 'Sales Graveyard' started by helder1977, May 19, 2015.

  1. helder1977

    helder1977 Engaging Member

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    I have started making silencers for the cricket , they are made out of aluminum, acetal and carbon fibre tube

    The silencer consists of 2 parts, a shrouded silencer to replace the original silencer and a add on silencer

    They are made of matte or shiny( like the one in the pic) carbon fiber tube

    Internals are aluminum and end caps acetal

    The aluminum parts will be anodized black and the end caps will also be black

    I can make the in .22 that also works with the .177 and in .25

    Now price

    As I've said on the Bullpup custom bits facebook page the first 5 will be £100 and after that £120 at the moment I have 3 reservations so only another 2 at the lower price to go

    There are a couple of videos that a friend made as a demo

    https://youtu.be/kawJkVE_DtY

    http://youtu.be/pl-TA0SptK4

    And also some pics

    If you have any questions please let me know

    Thanks for looking and please correct me if I posted this in the wrong part of the forum


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  2. dylan

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    nice job helder, is the thread on your 2 part silencer 1/2 inch unf
     
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    Hi there mate

    yes it is a 1/2 inch unf
     
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    Can you make a standard silencer for hatsan galatian, If so how much pal?
     
  5. helder1977

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    just an update with new pics [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]
     
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    Awesome bit of kit. Can't wait to get mine
     
  7. Stevie Darling

    Stevie Darling Sexual tyrannosaurus

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    Looks brilliant mate,

    if I had a cricket, I would be chapping your door!!!
     
  8. mazzachief

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    £120 seems expensive though, think i will leave mine
     
  9. mattyts

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    It's not built on some assembly line by the thousand, it's made by an enthusiast, that's why it costs ;)

    Compared to other shroud systems, this looks lot better, at the same price point :)
     
  10. bunnyblatter

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    That looks great mate. Prefer the all black one to the one with the chrome in.
    Very nice indeed
     
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    I have just fitted 1 of these on mine I would say its bargin for £120 the quality of work is top drawer and its as quite as a mouse fart ,money well spent me thinks:up:
     
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    Them silencers do look a well made bit of kit :up: .
     
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    thanks for the replies guys really appreciate the support
     
  14. helder1977

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    its not cheap but its not meant to be, its a lot of work to make these as Matt can tell you, making bespoke stuff its not the easiest thing and to get it to the point where it works better than something that has had professionals design and produce with a massive budget its a feat on its own
    so i think we all should really appreciate people that dedicate their time trying to make stuff work better
     

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