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are we allowed homebrew silencers?


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Hi all,

Not sure on this, is this a breach of the laws or not? I just wondered as I fancied making a small silencer for my CYMA P.698 just as something to do as i like pl,aying about with bits of junk and making them into something useful!

also If we are, and I can build one, what materials should I use and how do I attach it to the P.698? cause the only way to do it would be to have an inserting tube into the barrel.

many thanks,
Bruce
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yeah its perfectly legal

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ah kwls, that's fine, something to do when I have a spare five minutes
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I'm sure I read somewhere that if the airsoft silence is functional then its illegal because it could in theory be used on a real gun.
But to be honest I dont think anyone would ever check and not even sure if this applies in the Uk.

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i dont think so, the g-spec and tm mk23 a pretty much silent when their silenecers are used




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