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Learn how to build combat-quality suppressors for military firearms. These silencers are built entirely of steel, with no rubber baffles to wear out and no plastic parts to break. Their solid welded construction ensures that they will not break under the rigors of field conditions and heavy testing. Includes instructions for the AR-15, MAC-11, Springfield M1A and Makarov .380. Warning: The construction of firearm silencers is illegal without proper registration with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms. All BATF rules apply. 5 x 8 , softcover, photos, illus., 72 pp.
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