Queen Victoria Venomous Vibraphone

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Coupling container. Now thread the other coupling onto the other end of the pipe nipple.

To mount this silencer to your gun, you can either have the barrel threaded to match the pipe coupling and simply screw it on, or you can butt the barrel tight against the coupling and secure it with a compression nut or with screws set in tripod fashion through the coupling and onto your gun's barrel. The two important factors are alignment, of course, and making the connection as snug as possible to contain escaping gases.

It's a good design from the man who sprayed fear like a skunk sprays piss.

Thanks to this good friend, a merry musical master, I can finally share Victoria's secret with you, an 8-inch, ,22-caliber silencer that changes your gun's BANG to a piddling plutt.

A true romantic and every inch the Good Lady, Queen Victoria asks only that good deeds come from the actual use of her formerly secret silencer design. Being the disciplined humanitarian that I have always been, I agreed to share her design with that caveat in mind.

You start with ten 1-inch outer diameter (OD) aluminum washers with 1/4-inch centers. You will also need two 1 -inch OD rubber stoppers, a package of Chore Boy/Girl copper sponge, a threaded end cap, and a threaded tube. The final item may be purchased legally, at least as this book is written. If they are no longer available for sale when you're reading this, you'll have to make a new friend, i.e, an honest, top-quality machinist who can make parts for you legally once you have your approved BATF Form 1.

Assembly is around a 1/4-inch dowel, which is ,22-caliber size. At the muzzle end of the silencer, start with rolled or donut-formed units of the copper sponge, rolling them around the dowel. The thickness needs to be 1 inch OD around the dowel.

Slide an aluminum washer on each end of the copper sponge to compact it somewhat. This will serve as your silencer's expansion chamber.

Principle Silencers
Figure 9. The very efficient Venomous Vibraphone is not an easy silencer to create and is based on a very established design principle already in use by at least four covert ops outfits in the U.S. and in the Middle East. Enjoy ... Credit: Delhi Roo Enterprises.

Next, slide the washers along the dowel, slipping a rubber stopper between each group of four washers. Thread the end cap on the tube.

Carefully slide the inner unit that you've assembled around the dowel into the outer tube. Be sure that you align the dowel so it sticks out the end cap.

Finally, seal the entire unit by attaching the barrel adapter unit to the other end of the outer tube. You can mount this homemade silencer to your pistol or rifle by threading the weapon's barrel, or you can buy one of the many slip-on or clamp-on adapters sold at gun shows and through gun publications.

A word of advice from the nonvolatile Victoria—if you're going to thread your gun's barrel, purchase a spare barrel and have it threaded so that you always have the option of equipping your gun with an unthreaded barrel. This can be for aesthetic, image, legal, or investment reasons.

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When I get nostalgic about my youth and my formerly free nation, I worry whether our younger generations will have the balls and brains to carry out the coming revolution that we need to recapture our freedom. They'd better hurry before we lose the rest of our Bill of Rights in the same way the Second Amendment is dying of insidious cancer of the misguided in body Amerika.

In these scary times of dictatorship, I am reminded of the too-true words of Thomas lefferson, who wrote, "The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants. It is its natural manure."

Speaking of manure, though, always puts me in mind of Sarah Brady and her storm troopers from the CIA-founded Handgun Control Fascists. It's quite ironic that Omar Ahmed "Skippy" Blufarrb has dedicated his DILLIGAF silencer design to Sarah Brady.

"It's because I would like to put a silencer on the lies that come out of that evil witch's mouth as she tries to take away your hard-won American freedoms," Skippy said.

Skippy's design will work best with a ,22-caliber firearm, so let's get right to the engineering specifics. You need an 8- to 9-inch-long tube of 1 -inch OD heavy-grade aluminum. You also need the fillings for the tube; Skippy calls them the can's innards. He suggests a combination of three metal baffles,

Homemade Suppressor Baffle Design

Figure 10. The Dilligaf design is adaptable to almost any firearm. I've shown it here with a Hi Standard HD .22 pistol, using an outer sieeve cutout to match the sight of the original firearm we used for testing. It can be attached without the cutout by other methods if the firearm's front side is removed. Credit: Tim Powala.

Figure 10. The Dilligaf design is adaptable to almost any firearm. I've shown it here with a Hi Standard HD .22 pistol, using an outer sieeve cutout to match the sight of the original firearm we used for testing. It can be attached without the cutout by other methods if the firearm's front side is removed. Credit: Tim Powala.

Dilligaf: The Sarah Brady Prevaricator Special two washers or bronze sponge donuts, followed by three metal baffles.

You will need a nominal 3/8-inch hole in each baffle for the round to pass through. Don't worry if it's not exact. The main concern is that the alignment be precise; more on that later.

You need wipes, and Skippy suggests rubber disks or rubber washers, some with 1/4-inch centered holes, and some with X-cross-cuts. You will need about 1/4- to 3/8-inch of wipes at the muzzle end of the can, just behind the end cap.

You place the center-holed wipes next to the last course of baffling, followed by the X-cross-cut wipes last. The best mix is to have three holed wipes followed by three of the X'd ones.

Assemble the outer tube using the end cap method described in other chapters, i.e., with a dowel rod, working from muzzle end to the outer end. The last internal item is the 1/4 inch of rubber wipe(s). Then simply attach the end cap, either threaded or compression, your choice.

Attaching the Sarah silencer to your favorite ,22-caliber firearm is a matter of individual adjustment to that particular item. For example, you may wish to use a duplicate barrel so you don't have to alter or mar your existing one. The same instructions apply to the installation of the Sarah model as to others mentioned previously.

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