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But it has been seen. AAC trying their silencers on M249.

 

There is one company that I know of for certain that makes them. I will not post a link however due to forum rules about real steal discussions. They are out there however if you take the time to look.

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where can you see a Luger mate? I can see a Ruger MK1 target pistol...

 

and they dont do drum mags for those.

 

 

Jim

 

They do lol they're called snail mags but they look mega fugly

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Snail mags for a MK1 ? where? normal mags are rare enough for the mk1 as its a NBB

 

I know they used to do Snail mags for the original GBB Luger but I think they were discontinued years ago.

 

I think maybe we are at cross purposes here...

 

Jim

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RM; Does the HALO go over the DNTC compensator, or did you change it to fit the silencer? Either way, that's still the most depressingly awesome gun ever. Dangit.

 

Anyway, silenced G&P XM177E1:

 

P1000646.jpg

 

 

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I can probably make the DNTC fit, but it'll need a spacer. I ended up running the DNTC now on the WOC(which still allows it to be used with Halo), but I modded a Vltor flash hider to use with the stubby to use the Halo...

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That looks awesome. Out of curiosity, are MG's able to be silenced/suppressed in real life? Assuming they are, is it a common practice or just for *suitcases* and giggles on a range?

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