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Rags or Cloth

Radiator Hose

Rags or Cloth

Radiator Hose

Figure 4. Rev Gene says this one was put together with ideas, tools, and materials easily obtained inside a prison. So much for the Clinton Crime Bill lie about gun control. Credit: The Belllsario Choir and Chorus.

Metal Screen Folded Over

Metal or Wood Cover

Figure 4. Rev Gene says this one was put together with ideas, tools, and materials easily obtained inside a prison. So much for the Clinton Crime Bill lie about gun control. Credit: The Belllsario Choir and Chorus.

central core of screening, choosing your material from among the following: home insulation, ceiling tile filler, heavy bath towel material, cotton rags, cloth, etc. Don't use synthetic fabrics, though, as they tend to flame or melt.

Make sure that as you add these wrappings you keep them as tight as possible against the screening, without collapsing it. Keeping the dowel piece or pencil in place will assure structural alignment integrity, of course.

The final step is to slide all of this inside a length of rubber hose about 6 1/2 inches long. Using Miracle Glue or some other instant, on-for-Iife modern stickum, mount a rubber washer to the one end of the hose, pushing the inner core snug against the washer walls. Make absolutely certain that the doweling or pencil can be easily pushed through the hole in the washer. We gun gurus call that positive alignment. Cough.

To mount Rev Gene's can on your gun, simply slide the open end of the hose silencer onto the barrel of the gun, being certain that it lines up with the core of the screening. That's the other end of alignment, the object being that the bullet passes through the barrel and both ends of the silencer, touching as little of either's innards as possible.

Finally, you can secure it with pressure screws mounted in a tripod fashion through the rubber and against the gun's barrel, or use clamps or tape, depending on your personal degree of upscaleness.

Fred G. Snopes was formerly a gentried land owner and influential man of Southern means. But he fell afoul of the impatient wrath of Uncle David and Dollar Bill for not living up to his post-retirement military obligations according to the bylaws of the American Association of Oldepharts.

Thus, Fred and his 32nd wife, the former Bobbi Abigail Diptwick, age 12, were forced to homestead on the family's landfill, where Fred foraged for rats to feed his growing brood of little ones. It was here, on the landfill, that Fred designed the silencer that bears his name, just as Maxims did for his designs.

To recreate the Snopes design in your very own home or workshop, you'll need some sponges, newspaper, bath towel, heavy cardboard, the inner cardboard tube from a paper towel roll, electrical tape, stick-for-life glue, and some screws.

The first step is to pack sections of the sponge inside an 8-or 9-inch length of the cardboard tube. Pack about 3 inches, then insert a circular piece of the heavy cardboard cut to fit the inner diameter of the tube, i.e., a cardboard washer without the hole.

Repeat that step three more times until you have filled the tube to about a half-inch from the end. Glue a double set of heavy cardboard circles to the front end of the silencer, cut to fit the outer diameter.

Wrap several thicknesses of newspaper around this inner

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