Suppressor Plans & Drawings
Warning: . NZ Copyright Act 1994: Although openly shared and published - all products, designs and modifications on this site are protected by NZ copyright law, especially and exclusively Sub-Silent Suppressors with INBUILT MUZZLE BRAKE - & Deci-Damp sound deadener: March 2008:
Important Note: Using hypervelocity ammunition with this Suppressor/Muzzle Brake might actually result in a louder immediate/close range result due to the excess noise/sonic crack being vented sideways or towards the shooter - rather than forward and away with suppressor alone. However, this will actually result in a quieter result down range - where your prey is. It should also result in a steadier shot with less recoil.
Suppressor Plans & Prices
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Initial C.A.D. drawings/plans for my first suppressor. Click drawing to download.
200mm x35mm Large Custom Suppressor Sealed Unit $150 Plus P&P $15
Large Custom Suppressor Sealed Unit Muzzle Brake $175 Plus P&P $15
Large Custom Suppressor Removable Baffle $350 Plus P&P $15
Large Custom Suppressor Removable Baffle Muzzle Brake $375 Plus P&P $15
Note: These larger suppressors give the best noise suppression. For even better results - the suppression chamber can be packed with steel wool and FOOD GRADE grease. Special noise dampening sprays are also an option. Some people even spray water into the suppressor. : Do NOT use any flammable or combustible material or fluids inside a suppressor!
Photos to right:
Variations of the Large Custom Removable Baffle Suppressor
Initial C.A.D. drawings/plans for my budget suppressor - Maintenance, care and cleaning instructions.
Click drawing to download.
Price on these suppressors $35. Variations $45 Plus P&P $5.50
Note: These Slimline suppressors are ideal for use with tube fed or open sight rifles.
Initial C.A.D. drawings/plans for my Slimline Suppressor with Muzzle Brake.
Price on this suppressor $44.95 Plus P&P $5.50
Variations $54.95 Plus P&P $5.50
Note: Incorporating a Muzzle Brake in this suppressor allows any excess noise/sonic crack to be dispelled at right angles from the suppressor instead of forward towards your prey. This will result in a louder experience for the shooter compared to using a suppressor alone. However, it will result in less noise being directed towards your prey/down-range. It will also result in less recoil and a more stable shot.