Hay_ImKeyser_Söze: Cool. Here its a lot of headache to get one, just time & money really. In
the USA you can get just about anything with a little palm grease AKA wads
Rick Saunders: will you share specs on the dies? (dimensions?) really neat.
Russ Powell: Well the laws are apparently More lax in your country. Here in the states
suppressors Are legal to own, but you have To jump through some hoops
First. But assuming you have No felony comvictons then You'll most likely
get approved And get to have your silencer After anywhere from 3 to 6
Months or right around there.
BertramArms: Interesting, but I don't know about, "nicely formed". Looks kind of crude
to me but probably suits your functions. Good home made product but not
nicely machined. Let's not confuse crude with quality work.
joehunt1980: I would imagine these would leak like a bastard if you fitted them to your
joehunt1980: Well im glad to say the only ATF we have in our country is Automatic
Transmission Fluid... Lol Are they really that anal about having some
random inanimate object in your possession? I have a gunsmithing book that
says its legal to own a fully automatic sear for an AR15 but its illegal to
have it fitted to a Rifle without the right paperwork so I would have
thought this would be the same...
joehunt1980: Check out a video called tlumiki on here from a channel called cppoficer,
Its a pretty informative series of vids for making Improvised Suppressors
TheKatosmith: you made a freeze plug
0311Ares: where did you get the baffle formers from???
Garras Porgratix: Yeah, thats the one I saw on google videos with that sten gun. Pretty
josequesadila: where did u get those bafflle molds
Pat Hines: Excellent video, good job.
72gunslinger: Welcome to the 1980s,this type of can is out dated
Bret McDanel: well to clarify, you can own the sear if its an M16 auto sear. If it is a
DIAS (drop in auto sear) then it has to be registered. The same with the
lightning link. M16 auto sears, hammers, selectors, everything that makes
it an M16 is legal to own by itself. It gets sketchy if you also have an
AR15 because you could mill out the FCG pocket and make it an M16 receiver,
it is known to be illegal if you combine M16 FCG parts with an unregistered
Garras Porgratix: Cones work better? Hmm... maybe that coke bottle and princles can
suppressor on Google would work pretty good too without tools other than a
carpet knife to cut them in half.
0311Ares: have a HAPPY NEW YEAR john doe!
joe blow: You suck
TheSysops666: Any plans of selling the baffle forming gear or posting the plans?
Michael Pounders: you could punch it again and get a longer baffle but all i have to say is
josequesadila: oh thanks man, srry so late on the comment didnt see the mssg in my inbox.
thats sick how yu make the suppressors. thnks man
thesatist: check out How to make a Silencer Video Instructions
joehunt1980: @josequesadila Gidday Jon I designed and built them in my lathe out of some
scrap steel I had lying around. I had alot of inspiration from a vid I saw
on here called "deep drawing of metal sheets, Tiefziehen" which is on
GutMetallumformungAG's page. It explains deep draw cup forming much better
than I could explain it in writing. Also google cutaway view reflex
suppressor and click on the top link. some interesting pics. that's where I
got the idea for making my welded steel suppressors :-)
rjlahoward: If you dont mind could you send specs on the jig? Thanks
Antoinette Piccolo: THANKS FOR THE HELP
0311Ares: obviously not, oh genius one... didn't read it because i didn't feel like
it. hate to break it to you, but your feeble attempt at trying to piss me
off with your comment didn't quite work. since you obviously don't have
anything better to do, other than try to get a rise out of people on
YOUTUBE, might i suggest... oh i don't know... a life. it's not that hard.
you start by talking to people face to face instead of any kind of
messages. also for future reference, a "he made them" will suffice.
Bret McDanel: You use 1mm steel sheet metal. In the US we use gauge 18 gauge is 1.024 mm
19 gauge is 0.912 mm Commonly hardware stores only have 16, 20 and 22 or
1.291mm, 0.812mm and 0.644mm respectively. The snips they sell are also
usually up to 20 gauge. The hinge pin prematurely fails if you are
constantly cutting too thick, it will do it with enough force though.
Basically it spreads and they cut sloppy after. Just thought I would throw
that out there for anyone buying sheet metal in the US
Betrayed Vet: And where do you get the baffle form from
Bret McDanel: Interesting you should say that. The tax stamps are part of title 26, the
internal revenue code. They are not part of title 18 the criminal section.
They are quite literally just a fund raiser. To make matters worse Haynes
v. United States held that you cant make felons register firearms or charge
them with failure to register.
skylineracer23: that is brilliant mate, would like to see a finished product.
joehunt1980: @z000987 Thanks mate :-j It takes quite a lot more time to make the turned
baffles compared to pressing them out like this.. Also these are a lot
lighter at around 20 grams where my main blast baffle from my other video
is around 55 grams. Which of course is designed a little heavier to handle
the higher initial pressure. I will be welding these to the suppressor tube
so no need for any spacers.. Keep tuned I will be making some more vids of
making the rest of the suppressor :-j
bwtanner77: Good video! Thanks!
HooRidingGnome: arguing on the internet will accomplish nothing bro. Its like winning the
special olympics, in the end your still retarded.
mikemwfitz: Yep, everbody has all that gear down in their basement.
joehunt1980: Yeah i know. Sure freeze plugs can be used but wouldnt gather as much high
pressure gas due to having a flat face vs the cone shape of mine. Of course
they could be coned in a press... With a die set not to dissimilar to
mine.. Lol I think il just stick to my way as they are made to fit my
suppressor tubes perfectly with very little runout and are heaps cheaper
than driving to a store and buying something that dosnt work as well :-)
z000987: thats a great idea, punch out the steel, i never thought of that, but if
you have a lathe, why not just turn some cones? also, do you plan on using
Bravo twofournine: Have you made a video for the baffle dies or do you have some drawings? If
you already posted it I apologize but I havent found it,I really like your
joehunt1980: @skylineracer23 Keep tuned Il be making a few more vids soon. Hopefully
some shooting vids too if I can find a suitable location locally.
nicholas taylor: @josequesadila you may have to make them with a metal lathe but that is a
guess on my part
ELITEHAMSTER123: Thumbs up. I love it when people make innovative ideas such as this.
Bret McDanel: that was true 20 years ago but since 1996 or so it no longer is. The sear
is considered a machine gun, must be serialized, requires a tax stamp, etc.
07huaste: do you sell the baffle molds?
johj jj: joe where u get baff press?
159punisher: Very impressed with your Baffle forming gear, I’m interested in making a
set for myself can you give me any details on these? Thanks George
Russ Powell: I was lead to believe that ATF Considers any baffles or anything else made
or meant To be used to assemble a suppressor including being Intended to be
used for that Purpose including anything to be used as the litter tube Is
considered to be a suppressor All by themselves. Federal law Does discribe
it that way too, I looked it up on the ATF's Website. So am i missing
Something regarding just Having those parts and still Being legal too? Or
grinch5326: so what are the dimensions of the tools you did it with I hear that is
important when working with sheet metal you have to have your material
Garras Porgratix: No, wait, thats another one there. The Princles suppressor is here on
joehunt1980: True that im thinking my book was written during the Clinton assault
weapons ban as it goes on about being illegal to use more than 10 round
mags on a post ban pistol.. Theres that "thought police" thing that Barry
from IV8888 channel talks about. Pretty strange thinking when you consider
no unfitted full auto sear has ever killed anybody :-)
joehunt1980: We have kind of backwards laws to the states.. To buy firearms we have to
go through a fairly involved licensing procedure which is quite similar in
price and time to getting one of your tax stamps, background check etc. Our
pistol endorsements involve belonging to an approved club which is the only
place we can use it outside of tournaments at other approved clubs. Seems
to me the ATF tax stamps are nothing more than revenue gathering by an
unwanted/needed and even unconstitutional department.
Garras Porgratix: I think his point is that one should not waste time and money in special
tools to reinvent the wheel (freeze plug) when they are available
commercially for pennies.
john doe: he made them you freaking idiot you can spell fine but not read? plz die