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What moderator will fit my bsa ultra se with extended air tube?

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by jslane, Mar 10, 2014.

  1. jslane

    jslane Member

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    What moderator will fit my bsa ultra se with extended air tube?

    Currently have a BSA VC which is 30mm wide this is to big, any ideas?
     
  2. stevemandm

    stevemandm Honorary Member

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    prob get accurate replies if you put a photo up mate. May just be that you need an adaptor
     
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  3. jslane

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    The new air tube hasnt been fitted, its 250mm long as apposed to the standard 170mm one. I would need at least a 70mm adaptor which you cant get.
     
  4. NickHammond121

    NickHammond121 Engaging Member

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    A Parker Hale mod should fit
     
  5. mattyts

    mattyts Donator

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    Mattw on here might be able to make you a bespoke silencer to fit? or you can have someone with access to a lathe turn a 70mm piece of steel with a female 1/2 UNF on one end and a male 1/2 UNF on the other.
     
  6. lone wolf

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    You could always get a huub shroud from xtx air mate.
    Will look more uniform and will be great for what you need.

    Gaz
     
  7. scoie

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    thumbs up for a Mattw moderator, I had the same problem , I have a bsa hornet carbine screw cut , the air cylinder is the same as yours and extends pass the barrel , mattw has a thin model , will measure the diameter later , fits perfect and if being honest as good as any ive got/tried
    rgds
    craig
     
  8. meerkat1

    meerkat1 Keyboard Hero

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    i`ve just got a 25mm dia silencer from mattw for my BSA lightning XL to match the shroud nice and quiet too DSC_0001.jpg
     
  9. rkr

    rkr Keyboard Hero

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    Ase Utra's rimfire silencer fits and is reasonably quiet. I had a modified JAAK on mine which was also fine. Huub's shrouds are also a good call, probably better than the two I mentioned since they have more volume.
     
  10. Garth

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    59115_4773406467032_1443356688_n.jpg £25 posted, 25mm diameter, 7 inches long, 110 grams. Nice and quite.
     
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    mattyts Donator

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    What silencer is that?
     
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    Garth Busy Member

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    There is a pic in post bud 59115_4773406467032_1443356688_n.jpg
     
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  13. mattyts

    mattyts Donator

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    I know,I meant brand/model lol
     
  14. Garth

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    I make them.
     
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    UK Neil moderators are made to order at 28mm wide from memory.....
     
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    Garth how quiet are they?
     
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    my money would go on a huub shroud
    in fact it did when i had my ultra;)
    very effective and look fantabulous:)
     

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