Special Ammo

9mm Parabellum

Pmc 9mm Ammunition 100 Rounds

Made specifically for positive function-ing in silenced semi auto and full auto $0750 weapons New West German manufac- ™ ■ ture Rarely available. Cartons marked "... For Heckler & Koch MP-5 $265^

per 100 rounds per 1,000

California's PMC began selling commercially loaded subsonic ammo for silenced weapons late in 1982.

it has to be good. Forget Eugene Stoner. Forget the Vietvets who had to use it. Remember: lobby, politics, money, powerful politicians, the sons and grandsons of the old "Ordnance Ring" Isaac Lewis exposed years ago. They're alive, well, and still making millions of bucks through their old boy banklines.

What is the kicker to all this? JSSAP decided to improve the M16A1. Just think: a wonderful way to retool, recontract, and reinsert the contractor's beak onto the public treasury teat to suck up all those defense dollars the Reaganistas have stashed in the Pentagon coffers. It sounds good. The ordnance corporations improve the rifle and make some millions doing it. Here's the irony: the "new improvements" are mostly the very same things Eugene Stoner had on his original model.

Sadly, this ordnance ring also goes through the nose of suppressor manufacturers. Only here, the healthy light of public sunshine does not get through the layers of secrecy and national embarrassment because silencers carry a classified stigma of shame, of something wrong. The design, development, production, and use of silencers is always classified because silenced weapons are generally used on missions that are legitimately dangerous and dirty, or they are used for political murder, which we officially disavow. The national myth is that the United States would never stoop to something so inhumane and dirty as political assassination. Yet the facts are plain. We have engaged in political assassination lots of times.

Beyond the heyday of Hiram Maxim, what we do read of the suppressor industry starts with Mitchell WerBcIl III and his ill-fated benchmarks of the past twenty years. The corporate demise of Mitch WcrBelFs suppressor-producing companies had one basic cause: the military establishment didn't see much of an officer's and a gentleman's need for suppressors, and. if it did, the suppressors would have to be purchased from one of the old school chaps already in the club Isaac Lewis's "Ordnance Ring" connection. Thus. WerBell and companies were flushed away financially.

A few years of suppressor doldrums followed as peace broke out in Southeast Asia. Then, a new company grew from the WerBell wreckage. R. P. B. Industries. Inc., had as its principals Wayne Daniels. Robert Morgan, and a chap named LeBoult. Basically, R. P. B. tried to carry on in the WerBell line, producing Ingram M10 and Mil

Ar7 Wire Stock

The Interdynamics suppressor, special magazine and the subsonic ammunition they sell as a total suppression system.

Survival Rifle

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1. Internal design of silenced barrel.

2. Barrel and pistol grip mounted.

3. Wire stock and locking nut.

A product literature photo showing parts for the R. P. B. suppressed AR7 survival rifle.

The Interdynamics suppressor, special magazine and the subsonic ammunition they sell as a total suppression system.

The .22 caliber sealed suppressor on a Coll Woodsman.

Coll Woodsman with .22 Gold Spot suppressor.

Maxim Silencer Woodsman

The .22 caliber sealed suppressor on a Coll Woodsman.

Coll Woodsman with .22 Gold Spot suppressor.

All Smg Barrels

An original CIA SMG barrel, ported for suppressor use—possibly for a S & W M76 or an M3A1. The waterproofed wrapping is shown too.

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    How to internally suppress a rifle?
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    Do rifle suppressors need special ammo?
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