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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eHgTC1ZPyc8

Ruger Mark IV Suppressed...

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On Wed, 13 Feb 2019 19:34:49 -0500, Keyser Soze
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eHgTC1ZPyc8

Ruger Mark IV Suppressed...


That pretty much looks like what I saw done with PVC pipe and milk
bottle caps. Use some starboard type material for the end caps and it
friction fits on that fat round barrel with the right drill.

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On Wed, 13 Feb 2019 19:34:49 -0500, Keyser Soze
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eHgTC1ZPyc8

Ruger Mark IV Suppressed...


That pretty much looks like what I saw done with PVC pipe and milk
bottle caps. Use some starboard type material for the end caps and it
friction fits on that fat round barrel with the right drill.



Looks like a gun nut and assassin wanna be. Need a catcher for the ejected
rounds.

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On Thu, 14 Feb 2019 06:48:42 -0000 (UTC), Bill
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On Wed, 13 Feb 2019 19:34:49 -0500, Keyser Soze
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eHgTC1ZPyc8

Ruger Mark IV Suppressed...


That pretty much looks like what I saw done with PVC pipe and milk
bottle caps. Use some starboard type material for the end caps and it
friction fits on that fat round barrel with the right drill.



Looks like a gun nut and assassin wanna be. Need a catcher for the ejected
rounds.


You have watched too many movies .
Suppressors are all about ear protection.
It may be the last place where the government wants something to be
louder and **** the ear damage.
It is illegal to run a motorcycle without a muffler but it is illegal
to put a muffler on a gun.
Explain that.
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On Wed, 13 Feb 2019 19:34:49 -0500, Keyser Soze
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eHgTC1ZPyc8

Ruger Mark IV Suppressed...


That pretty much looks like what I saw done with PVC pipe and milk
bottle caps. Use some starboard type material for the end caps and it
friction fits on that fat round barrel with the right drill.



Looks like a gun nut and assassin wanna be. Need a catcher for the ejected
rounds.



A suppresed .22 is a great way to shoot quietly. No ear protection needed.
Guy in the vid is correct about the 4-1/2” barrel, too...no supersonic
crack with higher speed ammo but of course sans suppressor, still a loud
bang.

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On Thu, 14 Feb 2019 06:48:42 -0000 (UTC), Bill
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On Wed, 13 Feb 2019 19:34:49 -0500, Keyser Soze
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eHgTC1ZPyc8

Ruger Mark IV Suppressed...

That pretty much looks like what I saw done with PVC pipe and milk
bottle caps. Use some starboard type material for the end caps and it
friction fits on that fat round barrel with the right drill.



Looks like a gun nut and assassin wanna be. Need a catcher for the ejected
rounds.


You have watched too many movies .
Suppressors are all about ear protection.
It may be the last place where the government wants something to be
louder and **** the ear damage.
It is illegal to run a motorcycle without a muffler but it is illegal
to put a muffler on a gun.
Explain that.


That is true, but Harry seems to fit the gun nut category.

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wrote: On Wed, 13 Feb 2019 19:34:49 -0500, Keyser Soze wrote: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eHgTC1ZPyc8 Ruger Mark IV Suppressed... That pretty much looks like what I saw done with PVC pipe and milk bottle caps. Use some starboard type material for the end caps and it friction fits on that fat round barrel with the right drill. Looks like a gun nut and assassin wanna be. Need a catcher for the ejectedrounds.


Why? So Fat Harry can repair and reload the casings? Only he would
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On 2/18/19 7:58 AM, justan wrote:
Bill Wrote in message:
wrote: On Wed, 13 Feb 2019 19:34:49 -0500, Keyser Soze wrote: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eHgTC1ZPyc8 Ruger Mark IV Suppressed... That pretty much looks like what I saw done with PVC pipe and milk bottle caps. Use some starboard type material for the end caps and it friction fits on that fat round barrel with the right drill. Looks like a gun nut and assassin wanna be. Need a catcher for the ejectedrounds.


Why? So Fat Harry can repair and reload the casings? Only he would
think it's possible.



Ha ha ha. Okay, so I cannot figure out who is the biggest moron, you or
Bilious Bill.

1. Building a homemade suppressor in the absence of a $200 tax stamp
will send you to the same place Paul Manafort is headed.

2. If you are a professional assassin, you might be using a revolver so
that the spent casings stay with you and you can dispose them where they
never will be found. Or you may use a cheap semi-auto that can be tossed
off a nearby bridge into the water. Also, it takes only a minute or two
to replace the firing pin on many .22LR handguns, so any markings left
on a fired shell casing by a .22LR handgun wouldn't be "traceable" when
a new firing pin is installed. Finally, .22LR rounds significantly
deform when they hit solid objects (like bone), so the odds of matching
striations on a bullet to those created in the barrel are long.

On a Ruger Mark .22lr pistol, you can replace the firing pin in less
than five minutes, even on the older models like this one:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T0M6A8nINH8

It can be done faster on the newer models.

It is possible to reload .22LR casings, but why would you want to do so?




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On Mon, 18 Feb 2019 08:44:51 -0500, Keyser Soze
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On 2/18/19 7:58 AM, justan wrote:
Bill Wrote in message:
wrote: On Wed, 13 Feb 2019 19:34:49 -0500, Keyser Soze wrote: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eHgTC1ZPyc8 Ruger Mark IV Suppressed... That pretty much looks like what I saw done with PVC pipe and milk bottle caps. Use some starboard type material for the end caps and it friction fits on that fat round barrel with the right drill. Looks like a gun nut and assassin wanna be. Need a catcher for the ejectedrounds.

Why? So Fat Harry can repair and reload the casings? Only he would
think it's possible.



Ha ha ha. Okay, so I cannot figure out who is the biggest moron, you or
Bilious Bill.

1. Building a homemade suppressor in the absence of a $200 tax stamp
will send you to the same place Paul Manafort is headed.

2. If you are a professional assassin, you might be using a revolver so
that the spent casings stay with you and you can dispose them where they
never will be found. Or you may use a cheap semi-auto that can be tossed
off a nearby bridge into the water. Also, it takes only a minute or two
to replace the firing pin on many .22LR handguns, so any markings left
on a fired shell casing by a .22LR handgun wouldn't be "traceable" when
a new firing pin is installed. Finally, .22LR rounds significantly
deform when they hit solid objects (like bone), so the odds of matching
striations on a bullet to those created in the barrel are long.

On a Ruger Mark .22lr pistol, you can replace the firing pin in less
than five minutes, even on the older models like this one:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T0M6A8nINH8

It can be done faster on the newer models.

It is possible to reload .22LR casings, but why would you want to do so?


There is so much snake oil in forensic ballistic "science" that I
would not count on them making a "match" whether it is true or not.
There are plenty of people who think most forensics are bull****.
They are even finding out the gold standard, fingerprints, can be
wrong.


Well, if you are a serious hitman, you can buy new replacement barrels
for your Glock 9mm for less than $100. Use it once, throw the barrel
away. Can't be more than what, millions of Glock 9mm pistols around. I
wonder if the striker leaves enough of a distinctive "footprint" for it
to be identifiable.


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