So a silencer really just makes a large gun sound like a smaller gun. If you’re James Bond and are sneaking into the enemy’s compound with a silenced pistol, you’re basically hoping the guards will decide your gun is too small and wimpy to be a serious threat, and leave you be. Many a GoldenEye guard made this mistake.
OTs-38 isn’t a silenced revolver though, it’s a revolver that fires a silent cartridge. Giolli Joker June 15, 2016 at 9:57 am Emilio Ghisoni’s design were never designed to be suppressed and AFAIK none of them eliminates cylinder gap, if anything the Rhino is one of the revolvers that if mishandled is more likely to teach a lesson about cylinder gap.
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Jan 07, 2014 · Just because you people didn’t know about revolvers and silencers, it doesn’t mean that the unit didn’t exist. Advantage of the silenced revolver: no ejected brass. Sure, you can modify the M1911’s thumb safety to lock the slide, but then you get one round then you will have to manually eject and chamber the next round.
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Silencers for rimfire pistols are sold without government oversight in France.  In the Russian Federation, using firearm silencers (legally defined as ”devices for noiseless shooting”) by civilians is prohibited, and the dealers are prohibited from selling them, but there is no penalty for purchasing or possession of such devices.
Silencer/Getty Images It is amazing that anything is able to silence a gun , but gun silencers actually work on a very simple principle. Imagine a balloon.
Feb 11, 2009 · There was a Ruger based silenced revolver – was that the Knight’s gun. I forget. Anyway, it was written up in one of those Assault Weapons books put …
This is why ’silencers’ don’t really exist — suppressors do There’s a common idea among people who get their gun education from movies and video games that all you need to make a firearm completely silent (or at least barely as loud as someone whispering, ” pew ”) is to attach a silencer to the front of it.
Myth: Gun silencers make guns nearly silent. “Silencers”, also known as “suppressors”, on guns don’t make them anywhere near silent. Silencers primarily only suppress the noise due to the pressure wave from the rapidly expanding propellant gases. This is only a portion of what makes a