Silent But Deadly: More Homemade Silencers From Hayduke The Master

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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.
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Overview


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.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780873648110
  • Publisher: Paladin Press
  • Publication date: 1/1/1995
  • Pages: 88
  • Sales rank: 1,027,831
  • Product dimensions: 5.42 (w) x 8.36 (h) x 0.22 (d)

Table of Contents

Chapter 1 - Play Legal or Pay...Big Time
Chapter 2 - No Tool Like an Old Tool
Chapter 3 - Technical Things You Need to Know
Chapter 4 - The Source's Apprentice
Chapter 5 - Pamel Pisspig's Porcine Peashooter Popper
Chapter 6 - Cuban Juan's Caribe Calladero
Chapter 7 - The Quirk Can
Chapter 8 - Rev Gene's Recycled Regulator
Chapter 9 - Fred G. Snopes Bag Lady's Special
Chapter 10 - Clay Shaw's Warped Wastrel
Chapter 11 - Queen Victoria's Venomous Vibraphone
Chapter 12 - Dilligaf: The Sarah Brady Prevaricator Special
Chapter 13 - Quieting Blowhard Billary
Chapter 14 - The Can Can
Chapter 15 - Tool Time Can
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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 6, 2004

    SILENCERS

    Silencers keep a person much more relaxed as they shoot at a target, noise alters a persons ability to function with calm.Even dogs are senative to sounds in their ears causes them to react either with aggression or like my dog he hides under the table from loud crashes of thunder or fireworks in the air. Silencers are great for all beginners training with weapons it assures them to have a better grip and consentration on the target. Steadiness and Breathing and trigger squeese combine the alterations of sound and loudness of a projectile and the shooter become a one on one issue to insure a better hit on the target, rather to flinch and gasp at the sounds in your ears.Silencers are esential.

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