Ok um, wow. Can you kinda clear that up a little for me I'm lost. By no means am I new to the sport, but I'm very new to owning and messing with the guns themselfs.crustybug said:buy shrink tube that will fit around the sear spring. cut it so it covers the coils and such and there you go. DO NOT SHRINK IT THO. just slide the tubing over it and youll be good.
this is very true.Torch said:Aside from a ported barrel, the only [reasonable] think I can think of is using a regulator to lower the operating pressure a little. Lower pressure air tend to have less of a pop when you shoot.
I would have agreed w/you until I saw one first hand over the weekend.Dirdy said:There are silencers out their but they are fake and just for looks, illigally you can make one tho if you know how to make one that is. The only downside with silencers is they can make your gun less accurate sometimes.
People make their own and they work pretty good. but ones sold in stores normally dont help a whole lot becuase if they do work its illigal. But yes some do work a little or alot deppending on who made them and if they were sold or not.mr_manny said:I would have agreed w/you until I saw one first hand over the weekend.
It's made out of plastic, a little over 12" in length and 3 to 4" in diameter.
The owner fired his marker, and everyone was in disbelief as the paint broke on the floor.
Just keep a look out...I'm sure you will see one in an woodsball field near you
did a search, and came up with the following:
thats how people make their homemade silencers. They use a pipe or some type of tubing to cover their barrel with, then they add some fabric or cloth that will absorb the sound of your gun exiting threw the rifling of your barrel. It works even better if you drill holes in your barrel for the air to realease out of into the silencer tubing thing.theCOWgoesMOO said:cut the end of a sock and slide it onto ur barrel i did this onbe time just for camo and it was way more queit...itt works pretty good