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  • John from MD

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    Not sure how quite these are, but I do have his 1/2-20 one on my .177 and it does great. I was going to get one of these but the TalonP I picked up used already had the DonnyFL adapter to 1/2-20 on it.

    I have tried three different 3D internal suppressors on my Avenger. They did cut down some noise but it wouldn't be neighborhood quiet.
     

    BigTinBoat

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    I have tried three different 3D internal suppressors on my Avenger. They did cut down some noise but it wouldn't be neighborhood quiet.

    I have his .30cal 1/2-20 mod and it doesn't do bad at all. It's almost the exact same dimensions as the Sumo. The Sumo is a bit quieter, but I fired both and this doe standing about 60yds away was not bothered by the noise of either. And the muzzle was pointing in her direction.
     

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    John from MD

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    I have his .30cal 1/2-20 mod and it doesn't do bad at all. It's almost the exact same dimensions as the Sumo. The Sumo is a bit quieter, but I fired both and this doe standing about 60yds away was not bothered by the noise of either. And the muzzle was pointing in her direction.
    My Sumo is very quiet using a .188 orifice using .25 gn pellets and up to an 8 on the powerwheel. It gets noisier (but not real loud) if I switch to a .232 orifice and crank the powerwheel up to 12 and use a 34 gn pellet.

    I did all the polishing and spring changing that I could and the trigger is still a little heavy. I am waiting for Airguns of Arizona to make some more "super sears" for the AirForce guns. They are a little expensive but the guys I have met on line that have them say they are night and day over the OEM trigger. I had one of their sears in my Benjamin 392 and it felt like a target trigger.
     

    BigTinBoat

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    Jan 12, 2016
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    I can keep

    My Sumo is very quiet using a .188 orifice using .25 gn pellets and up to an 8 on the powerwheel. It gets noisier (but not real loud) if I switch to a .232 orifice and crank the powerwheel up to 12 and use a 34 gn pellet.

    I did all the polishing and spring changing that I could and the trigger is still a little heavy. I am waiting for Airguns of Arizona to make some more "super sears" for the AirForce guns. They are a little expensive but the guys I have met on line that have them say they are night and day over the OEM trigger. I had one of their sears in my Benjamin 392 and it felt like a target trigger.

    I got one for the Crosman trigger in trade and it was a bit tedious to get adjusted. Not sure I'd spend the $$ for one. Maybe the ones for airforce are better. Try changing out the other spring. I did 2 of the original 3. (Left the one pushing sear as stock)

    Here is the guy who makes the SS - Steve in NC from the old Yellow forum. I'd try messaging him. Been 3 years since any talk of them. Maybe he has one laying around?

     

    Stobl

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    May 27, 2022
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    Southern MD
    I'm sure there's an adaptor that would fit- but if quiet is your goal, take a look at the Donny Emperor. I have the Donny Emperor + 6" extension on my Impact .35- it's now the quietest PCP I own and hilarious to everyone that sees/ hears it. Almost 17" of quietness on the end of the barrel. To say it's massive is an understatement, but it definitely keeps the squirrels guessing where the cannnonball came from. https://donnyfl.com/products/2-x-10-5-inches-emperor-v3
     

    BigTinBoat

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    Jan 12, 2016
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    Harford County
    Do you need a license to get those cans? I'd assume 3d printing a can is a little on the edge.
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    Vic,

    If you want to try out one of the 3D version you are welcome to try mine. I've got the .30 cal one from Buck-rail. It's almost the same dimensions as the Sumo with a hole for .30 cal. I'm still the same place you picked up the Urban. At least for now I am.
     

    Vic

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    Jul 2, 2010
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    Whiteford, MD
    Thanks BTB, but all of my air rifles are shrouded. W my Texan SS was quieter but don't know what I'd do to try and make it so. It is already quite a long shroud. Probably cuts' loudness by 50%.
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