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How to Make Disposable Silencers, Volume 1

How to Make Disposable Silencers, Volume 1

SKU: 163
ISBN: 9780879471637
Author: J. Flores

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How to Make Disposable Silencers, Volume 1


Eliezer Flores


Learn how to make silencers from: Soft drink bottles, Window screen, Pop bottle caps, PVP pipe and many more.

79 Pages, 5.5"x8.5", Softcover, Illustrated

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How to Make Disposable Silencers, Volume 1

One of the problems man has had to contend with throughout the history of fire arms has been noise. Prior to discharging an unsilenced weapon, some shooters have the tendency to flinch in anticipation of the muzzle blast, thus affecting accuracy. After discharge, a bigger problem is the period of temporary deafness the shooter experience.

Gun noise also attracts attention, and for individuals or small groups of combatants, facing a superior force, this could mean detection and disaster. This is where a silencer comes in handy.

Now you can Build SILENCERS For Less Than $3.00 Without Tools!

This detailed manual includes over 65 closeup photographs and drawings to help anyone build disposable silencers that are just as effective as "professional " models, but can be easily constructed in seconds, without tools, using only inexpensive, readily available items.

Learn how to make silencers from: Soft drink bottles, Window screen, Pop bottle caps, PVP pipe and many more.

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