I had a look at the accessories for my airsoft rifle .
It was quite an eye opener.
A silencer and bi-pod would cost more than the rifle.
So I made my own for no cost. and it works pretty well :-)

Step 1: PVC Pipe

I cut about 6" of 1 1/4" PVC Pipe.
and smoothed the edges with sand paper.
<p>I'm gonna come out as a party pooper to most people, but you have to be very careful &quot;building&quot; suppressors(silencer is a misnomer, no firearm can truly be &quot;silenced&quot;), even for airsoft, and especially if it is built to actually muffle the report of your airsoft replica. <br><br>The US Federal government has very strict laws regarding suppressors, so that if your &quot;airsoft silencer&quot; can be connected to a real firearm, and reduces its audible report by at least 1dB, it is highly illegal without the $400 Federal tax stamp. Even if it doesn't work at all, I doubt you want to get into that legal mess.<br><br>If you really your airsoft &quot;replica&quot;(I hate this term, just my opinion), make it a straight tube on the inside, so that it is only an inner barrel extension. If it is already so(I couldn't tell from the 'ible), or you are from a country that has more lax laws on suppressors, disregard all this!</p>
<p>You must by fun at parties.</p>
<p>Thanks for the comment, I really needed to read my 8 month old comment!<br><br>Second, go ahead, make one, then go show a federal agent. Enjoy your immense fine+federal penitentiary time.<br><br>Also, I am a BLAST at parties, so thank you for the comment.</p>

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