Thank you for your helpful and constructive feed-back that has resulted in me investing significantly in upgrading both my machinery (from April 2014), design and construction! I now only use a Precision Dedicated Barrel Threading Lathe, offer new Design and Construction options - for rim-fire and center-fire - where the Silencer Body and End Units are Threaded Together with Multiple Internal Suppression Chambers (up to 30+), or one piece internal suppression chambers made from solid rod – for center-fire rapid fire semi’s, and also providing an Accuracy Certificate with each ‘tested’ suppressor.
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I’d encourage you to have a good look around my website so that you get to know more about myself and the products and services I am able to offer.
Have a read of the short ‘history’ under the Prices/Contact tab above, as you will learn how and why I started this hobby, what motivates me, and why – despite all the challenges of making every suppressor individually and unique – I still have a relentless passion for engineering and all related skills.
I am constantly learning and seeking to improve my skills and abilities, and you will see this improvement and progression as you have a look through my customer’s pages above. You might also want to enter your favourite rifle or calibre into my website search engine, where you will then find a list of the latest several projects that match your search, or just email me and I will do a search through my complete database and email you heaps of examples and options.
One of the biggest improvements has been since I no longer use any casual workers to help with some of the more mundane tasks (meaning that now I alone work on every part of your project – and have much better quality control as a result), and then in April 2014 when I upgraded much of my engineering equipment and machinery and offer a precision dedicated barrel threading lathe, as well as a fully threaded and take-apart design and construction for both rim-fire and center-fire suppressors, accuracy certificate, as well as retaining my ‘one-piece’ suppression system made from one piece of solid rod that is more suitable to rapid fire semi-auto center-fire weapons.
What all of the above means, is that I can make your suppressor exactly the way you want, whether you want it unique and special, or just plain and functional.
Either way, I will make this an enjoyable and rewarding experience! Don’t worry if you don’t understand all the options. I will make it super easy and clear :0)
Cheers, Rev. Rog <*}}}><
The video below shows perfectly why I would NEVER shoot a center-fire rifle again without it being suppressed. (Shooting a customer’s 30-06 rifle with custom over-barrel suppressor I had just made.)
Below are a few of my favourite more recent projects, which will give you a good idea of some of the services and skills I am able to offer.
Below: I’d made this carbon-fibre suppressor for Gareth’s AK47 chambered in 762×39 some time ago, and it has performed flawlessly with over 300 tracers and around 500 standard rounds through it. Bringing his .308 M14 for me to make a carbon-fibre suppressor, Gareth just bought his AK along to show me some of the mods he’s done to the rifle, and to say how well the suppressor functions. Click photo to enter Gareth’s page in new tab.
Below: Steve asked that I shorten, thread and re-crown the barrel on his prized Tikka T3 .223, and make a carbon-fibre over-barrel suppressor. Click photo to enter Steve’s project in a new tab, with his feedback.
Below: Rob asked me to do some restoration work on his Ruger 10/22 and make an end-mounted suppressor for his AK47 threaded 14x1mm LHT (reverse thread). Click photo to enter page in new tab.
Below: I just like this photo, of Ross’ end-mounted silencer with ported muzzle and slotted side-ways venting muzzle-brake. Click photo to enter project in new tab.
Below: Having invested significantly into new machinery and equipment, I am now able to offer a fully threaded suppressor assembly option. While this allows the suppressor to be fully take-apart, the reality is that a lathe is (ideally) required for reassembly of the suppressor due to the high amount of internal suppression chambers and correct alignment. I offer a free ‘return to base’ cleaning service. It is advisable not to clean the suppression chambers, as when a layer of residue collects within the chambers, this acts further as sound deadening and your suppressor will actually work better once this occurs.
Below: Just having some fun making an HMR silencer :0) Click photo to enter project page in new tab.
Below: having some fun with a Makarov. Click photo to enter project page in new tab.
Below: William’s AR Blackout in .300 Cal, over-barrel suppressor with barrel isolating tube. Click photo to enter William’s project page in new tab.
Below: I am normally so busy with customer’s orders that I don’t have time just to have fun and ‘play’. However, in-between orders, I have begun something quite special :0) Click photo to enter project page in new tab. For this project I will show the entire process, from solid rod and tube, through to anodizing and assembly. I know I am a little unusual, but I love making these pieces so much, that I will often keep them in my pocket for the rest of the day. I just enjoy the shape and finish on them so much!
Below: A nice pair of carbon-fibre over-barrel suppressors for Nick (Project #1321). Top rifle is .243 with fluted barrel and suppressor barrel isolating sleeve, bottom rifle is 7mm08. Click photo to enter page in new tab.
Below: My own QB79 project – starting its life as a CO2 powered rifle reaching around 500 fps. Amongst a whole lot of mods, I have converted it to PCP reaching over 1,000 fps. Rifle is now classed as a fire-arm under New Zealand law. It is extremely powerful, accurate and quiet. Click photo below to visit page of this build and specs. (Will open in new tab).
Below: My new range of Ruger 10/22 take-down full over-barrel silencers, with turned, ported and threaded barrels. Available in anodized alloy, carbon-fibre and kevlar.
Well, I finally purchased a milling machine. Welcome to my new range of fluted silencers, suppressors, muzzle-brakes, over-barrel shrouds and rifle-scope sun-shields. This is going to be heaps of fun!!!
Below: Mark (Project #1289) asked me to design and make a custom muzzle-brake for his SR-22.
Below: My Anschutz MRS RX22 kitted.
Below: My Ruger RS-22 kitted.
Below: Rob asked me to assist with a restoration project on his SKS that he first had as a teenager, including carbon-fibre over-barrel suppressor. Engineering project is #1237. Click photo to enter project in a new tab.
Below: Two mufflers for a customer’s RC Nitro engines.
Below: Some fun with splash anodizing a rim-fire silencer
Below: AR15 and Anschutz over-barrel suppressors.
Below: Ported muzzle, side-ways venting air-stripper and anodizing on a Ruger 10/22 takedown over-barrel silencer.
Below: Brush anodizing and ported muzzle on a rim-fire HMR .22 Magnum silencer.
Below: Brushed anodized, side-ways venting air-stripper and ported muzzle.
Below: Ar15 over-barrel suppressor with ported muzzle.
Below: Dragon graphic etched into AR15 over-barrel suppressor.
Below: Skull and flames etched into end-mounted suppressor.
Below: Two toned fade anodizing on customer’s CZ over-barrel silencer.
Below: Pink Boyds Evolution stock, 10/22 hardware, with custom over-barrel silencer and scope sun-shade.
Below: Beautiful Type II fade anodizing, side-ways venting air-stripper and ported muzzle. It was raining in the photo.
Below: Special ordered custom silencer for customer’s 10/22 with Boyds stock.
Below: Custom Type II anodizing and etched graphic in .308 over-barrel suppressor.
Below: Customer’s PCP air-rifle with over-barrel suppressor.
Below: Ruger 10/22 full over-barrel silencer with ported barrel.
Below: Ar15 over-barrel suppressor .223.
Below: Custom deer graphic on a customer’s center-fire over-barrel suppressor.