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R10 owners what moderator

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by nuts, Jan 31, 2014.

  1. nuts

    nuts Well-Known Member

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    hi I have r10 vc 22. would like to know if there a better. ie quieter mod that you use than the vc.

    many thanks
     
  2. milek

    milek Honorary Member

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    So little between them all stick with the VC. If you have to change then the Hogan Decimeater is the best I ever tried on any rifle.
     
  3. SteveO

    SteveO Top Poster

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    Yeah I agree Mick, the Hogan Decimeater is not the prettiest moderator but it's got to be amongst the most effective! noticeably better than the HW's I have anyway!
     
  4. Fisherboy

    Fisherboy Engaging Member

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    Tried a few on my R10 but to be honest the VC is pretty good. I won't be changing as an quite happy with its performance.
     
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    Whistler1 Donator

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    Have a Marksman on my R10.Its big,but my R10 has been chopped right down,so not an issue.Wouldint want it on a normal size R10:eek:....Its very quiet.
     
  6. mattw975

    mattw975 Keyboard Hero

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    When Airgun Shooter magazine did some silencer testing & published a comparison chart the BSA VC was 61.9 dbA and the HW was 65.6 dbA.

    From memory it was in the top two units tested.

    These figures will differ with different guns though.

    Matt W :)








     
  7. Pidlar

    Pidlar Big Poster

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    Got a sak on mine does the job just fine.
     
  8. stevemandm

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    not an r10 owner, but for sound suppression, its got to be the Hogan decimeater.
     
  9. bunnyblatter

    bunnyblatter Pro Poster

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    My mate has a huub shroud mod on his and it whisper quiet mate
    Don't know how it compares to others but its very effective
     
  10. ratman60

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    hello, when i purchased my R10 there was a nutshot over shroud combined silencer fitted approx 330mm in length with 135mm end silencer. but i prefered the barrel floating so i got one of matts slip on delrin silencers fitted and you could only hear the internal click when you fired. i sold the R10 shrouded to get a .177 FX T12 put the mod on a slavia 634 .22 and have the nutshot special for sale.
     
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    I've got a hogan decimeater on mine, I've not tried any others, but I'm happy with it.
     
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    ratman60 Very Active

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    hello matt, did they not test one of your new silencers??????
     
  13. metalman

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    Hw, as it's one of the lighter ones, also use a HUUB on another gun
     
  14. johnboy22

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    Have got a Huggett shroud and mod on one of mine , yes and before anybody starts, they are not cheap, but
    are very very quite, and do look the dogs bits.
     
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    huggett shroud and mod on mine too.:D
     

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