If you’ve come to our website looking for information on Oil Filter Suppressors, Wix Suppressors, Maglite Suppressors, or the Integrated Muzzle Break Adapter Kits for the aforementioned improvised suppressors, WELCOME!
What we recently realized is that while there are hundreds of thousands of you looking to try this yourselves, most of you don’t have a good source of information to guide you through the assembly process. It turns out that a lot that has been written on the subject of…let’s call them “home made silencers.”
We have never physically assembled one, so our knowledge and expertise on the subject is limited. However, we can point you to the sources of knowledge you are looking for. Buying one or more of these books could save you hours of (NSA monitored) internet searching, YouTube browsing, etc.
We wish you luck in your endeavors, and please make sure you obey all federal and local laws.
Books on How to Make a Silencer
New Design Suppressor for Military Grade Rifles Brand New!! Keith Anderson,renown for his quality suppressor books has completely revised this manual. It features a more efficient suppressor design than the previous edition and takes you step by step from raw material to a finished military grade suppressor. This suppressor works for AR-15s, .50 BMGs or other models in between. The book covers construction tools, materials and techniques. It even tutors you in the art of welding. It is a must have for serious silencer enthusiasts and if you purchased the previous edition you will certainly want this one.
*Be sure to buy the companion DVD UPC# 793573814371. This is a must have tool to accompany the comprehensive publication by Mr. Anderson.
This illustrated report on suppressor technology presents innovative designs of well-known suppressor manufacturers and offers definitive comparisons of models based on prices, features, kits, independent manufacturers and technological advances. It also examines the history of the silencer and the attitudes of the U.S. government, the public and terrorists about its usage.
More than fifty 9″ x 12″ working machinist’s drawings present clear step-by-step directions for building three different advanced firearm silencers for submachine guns and pistols. Improvised materials and machining techniques are suggested.
Learn how to make a silencer from common items found around the house. George Hayduke, the Master of Revenge, will show you how! Enter the world of muffled mayhem with these simple, effective and legal silencer designs.
Despite what the Brady bunch might say, silencers serve some very civilized functions and contribute to a saner, quieter way of life, which is why a lot of folks like them. After reading The Hayduke Silencer Book, many readers shared their own ideas for simple designs you can build at home, legally. Here is the cream of the crop.
This handy little manual teaches you everything you need to know to legally manufacture a silencer for any .22 – without a lathe or welder. These inexpensive homemade silencers give you all the suppression you need, thread on solidly, do not affect your accuracy or the gun’s functioning and last for hundreds of rounds.
Because it does not produce a sonic “crack,” the .45 is an ideal pistol for a silencer. Here is a nuts-and-bolts guide to making your own silencer for the Colt 1911 Government Model .45 and its clones. Includes construction details for all components, manufacturing tips that will save you time and effort, and plenty of clear illustrations.
This is the most significant book on firearm silencers in years. Find out the story behind and incredible capabilities of modern silencers used by elite military units and secretive government agencies. Author Alan Paulson has been called “the dean of the American silencer experts today.”
This highly anticipated second volume in the Silencer History and Performance series provides an unprecedented look into the evolution, tactical employment and performance of historic and state-of-the-art silenced firearms suitable for close-quarters combat, long-distance sniping and other professional applications. It chronicles the production of pioneering silenced weapons used during World War II and the Cold War as well as the more sophisticated low-signature designs and tactics that emerged from the Vietnam War and again during an explosion of creative development in the 1990s. The authors have combined recently declassified materials, numerous confidential sources and years of hands-on evaluations to reveal a wealth of information about today’s incredible screw-on and integral suppressors.
Here is a slew of new and interesting improvised silencer designs featuring innovative couplings plus variations on aluminum cans, oil filters, PVC pipe, plumbing devices, water sprinkler pieces and other unique materials. Warning: It is illegal to possess or make a silencer without BATF registration.
The Ruger Mini-14 may be the ultimate plinker, hunting and survival rifle. If you already have the many accessories available for it, why not complete your collection with a do-it-yourself silencer? Here are step-by-step instructions to show you how to construct a tough, working silencer able to handle the high pressures generated by the Mini-14’s .223 round. All BATF rules apply.
One of the world’s foremost experts, Siegfried Huebner has published numerous books and articles in his native Germany, and he has drawn from extensive research at the Mauser works, Heckler & Koch and the German army proving ground to bring to you this, his first English-language text on silencers. This complete and authoritative guide includes chapters on the principles of silencers, WWII silencers, clandestine weapons and more.