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Thread: Woodchuck silencers and 1\2" adapters

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    Default Woodchuck silencers and 1\2" adapters

    for the last time...

    Repost....

    for a really good silencer solution phone the chap at Woodchucks silencers and get a slip on 1\2"UNF adaptor.
    I prefer this solution so that I can then screw on any silencer I want.
    Contact Charles Ellis (011) 476-3192 [cra.m@mweb.co.za].
    He also makes silencers.
    You can then screw on any silencer you want.
    The Manders silencer from NZ is really small and really effective....I love it...got it from City Guns in CT [R260.

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    saw another interesting set up just 15min ago........

    the guy (professional pest controller), had a S400. he got the muzzle piece (that came with the rifle) turned. ie. 1/2" UNF and fitted the manders.

    not as quiet as the AA nor Woodchucks, but then he reckons in real-terms it's good enough. and this set up is a lot more compact.

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    don't like turned barrel ends....
    some say the turning process and heat produced can screw up the choke...


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    no man, not the barrel, but that piece that one's got to remove before fitting the silencer. or do they turn it while it's on the barrel????

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    aarggh, guido, welcome to the "elite" 4 star club.....

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    I spoke to Charles this morning and he won't sell direct to me so I am swinging by TS right now.

    Also he does not do screw on types, at least not for the HW100.

    Thanks

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    he does 1\2" UNF screw on silencers which fit onto his adapters and on any threaded rimfire or airgun barrel.
    He makes different lengths of silencer for .22short to .22 HV applications. Anyway his silencers are quite heavy and no more effective than the Manders.

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