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Cuban Juan's Calladero de Caribe (Caribbean silencer) is a masterfully modest and effective unit made quick 'n' dirty with easily available materials, tools, and methods. Credit C.O. Jones, courtesy of Rev Gene. don't like steel wool, you can substitute Chore Girl Boy sponges at this step. Drill a hole to match the caliber of the firearm into one end cap, centered, of course, then drill the other end cap to fit the end of the gun, or barrel threads, or compression unit, or whatever...

Few Too Many Words From Old Himself

Tom Hritz is a professional curmudgeon and agitator whose cover includes writing a newspaper column in that provincial rust-belt antiquity known as Pittsburgh. Friend Tom's answer to gang violence and drive-by shooting was to issue the cracked-out kiddies silencers for their guns so they wouldn't disturb the good burghers guzzling their Iron City, a locally brewed holy water. Tongue pushed firmly through his cheek, Tom had voiced an idea that was as realistic as most of the gun control ideas...

Fbi Form

This is the universal fingerprint card that your local or state police personnel will use to record your fingerprints for the BATF files in Washington. Supposedly, each applicant's prints are checked, but I know a retired FBI employee who told me that it is rarely done. Not nearly enough time or people or, frankly, concern is how he put it to me. Those are the forms. Now, here is the proper drill that you should use if you want to be all tickety-boo legal and have that homemade silencer...

Application To Make Ano Register A Firearm

I uhntit in JupfH-ite Siv MtmnrtKtrtt ttItched TO National F.rearmt Act Branch. Bureau of Alcohol. Tobacco and Firearm*. Washington, OC 20728 The unoertigned hereby make plication. at required Firearm* Act, Title 26 US.C. Chapter 53. makeam by Section* SS21 and 5822 ol the National regitter the firearm described below. BUSINESS FIRM GOVERNMENT ENTITY 3a. APPLICANT'S NAME ANO MAILING AOORESS < Tx* Oe*AHTV *T OF THE TREASURY - SuRCAU 0* ALCOHOL. TOBACCO ANO FIREARMS

Firearm

The applicant will forward both copies of the lorm to the NFA Branch, Bureau of Atcot> ot. Tobacco and Firearms. Washington. DC 20226, with a 200 check or money order (where 'equiredl made payable to the Department of the Treasury If approved, the original of the approved form w*U be returned io the applicant and ATF w M retem the duplicate Approval by ATF will effect registration of the firearm to the applicant The applicant shall not. under any circumstances, make the firearm until the...

Definitions

FIREARM The term 'firearm means (lis shotgunhaving 9 barrel or t> arrels of less than 18 inches in length < 21 a weapon made from a Shotgun rf such weapon as modified has an overall length of less than 26 inches or a barrel or barrels of less than 18 inches m length (3 a rifle having a barrel of barrels of less than 16 inches m length (4) a weapon made from a rifle if such weapon as modified has an overall length of less than 26 inches or a barrel or barrels of less than 16 inches m...

Batf Form

This is the form you file in duplicate with the feds before you actually build a silencer. It will register your silencer with the federal government. Filing this form requires your photograph, fingerprints, a local law-enforcement sign-off, and payment of a 500 manufacturing tax. It is very important that you do not start any construction on your silencer until this form comes back approved by the appropriate Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (BATF) official. Under current law, the BATF...

Privacy Act Information

Solicitation of this information is made pursuant to the National Firearms Act (26 U.S.C. 5621 and 58221 Disclosure ot this information by the applicant is mandatory for any person (other than a manufacturer qualified under the National Firearms Act) making a firearm as defined in the National Firearms Act. 2. PURPOSE. To verify payment of the tax imposed by 20U.S.C. 5S21 to determine that the making would not be in violation of law and to effect registration ol the firearm. 3....

Persons Prohibited From Making A Firearm

(4) having Men a citizen of the United Slates, has renounced Section 5622 ol trie National Firearms Act requires that the application to make a ( rearm be denied il the making or possession of the firearm would place the person making the firearm in violation of law. The term law m this statute includes Federal laws as well as State statutes and local ordinances applicable to the locality where the transferee resides. Under Title Vil of Public Law 90-351, as amended. (16 U.S.C Appendix,...

Blowhard

What made you think this was something new, just because it was named after the yuppie generation's first Co-President Actually, this is just a refinement of the old soft drink suppressor made famous by James B. Adair and included in my first book on this arcane topic. Several readers who took active interest in the initial design for a soda pop silencer, i.e., one using a 2- or 3-liter plastic jug for the body of the unit, included Raul Pindy, Flame Blackwell, and Thurston Whyst. One of the...

Rnw

More proof positive about the impossibility of gun control, here is yet another silencerthat came from a prison mastermind. Is there any end to it The Merry Mormon passed this design along, saying it was the collaborative work of Michel Mertz, an infamously coarse union man, and his associate, Q. . Win. Obviously an improvised design, the Can Can is a combination of newspapers, corrugated cardboard, and metal washers. The finished product ranges from 6 to 8 inches long and is as thick as the...

Rpb

Box 517 Richland, SC 29675 SUPPRESS-ON P.O. Box 09161B Detroit, MI 48209 And now, gentle reader, it's time to give you the designs. When she was about to terminate her last marriage to Bob Ray Grabbass, the famed feminist anarchist Pamela Pisspig reportedly told him, There are no guarantees in a relationship. If that's what you want, a long-term guarantee, then, go shack up with a Sears Diehard. I wonder what Pamela thinks of Bruce Willis. Thanks to a referral...

Materials

The list of materials you'll need is pretty basic, too. Since I have no idea what type or size silencer you're going to build, I will leave the sizes, amounts, and quantities that you purchase up to you. The plans in various design chapters tell you the specific items you'll need for each design, so consult them before you shop. What I am offering here are basic, generic, and common materials. Like the tools, these are readily available in hardware, automotive, and home-improvement shops....