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Fitting a silencer onto a G36c


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The Atomic Punk

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Hello all!

Another annoying question from me!

I own a Jing Jong AEG G36c that I got from Landwarrior (It's one with a sliding stock and M4 magwell that they have seemed to stop selling; shame as it is a lovely bit of customisation) and I was hoping to make a few upgrades to it, one of them being fitting a silencer.

Been looking around a variety of airsoft shops online and I'm trying to find what conversion I would need to do in order to get a silencer to screw onto the barrel. Also, If anyone can recommend me a good silencer, that would be fantastic!

Many thanks to all who have helped my enquiries so far :)

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simple. unscrew the current flash hider (it will twist the wrong way, its not the usual lefty-loosey, righty-tighty thread... its lefty tighty, right loosey)

then attach the suppressor onto the 14mm CounterClockwiseThread

Send the doctors home, I'll be doing the operating around here.

 

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simple. unscrew the current flash hider (it will twist the wrong way, its not the usual lefty-loosey, righty-tighty thread... its lefty tighty, right loosey)

then attach the suppressor onto the 14mm CounterClockwiseThread

Just tried to do it, but it may require a bit of work. I think i'll consult my mate at combat south about getting him to have a look at it for me

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on the bottom of the hider, there may be a little circle. This is a allen screw. take a mini allen wrench to it. this one is lefty-loosey, then it should come off with ease.

Send the doctors home, I'll be doing the operating around here.

 

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I found out from my friend!

All my keys are too big; the smallest being one size too big :(

Luckily my friend has got the one for the job. Or so he claims.

Once it's removed, it's a simple case of buying a silencer and screwing it on?

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Yerp as long as you have the right thread and direction (anti/clock wise)




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