no, you're quitting because you're wrong. the plain and simple truth of the matter is that nerf guns have neither the barrel velocity or the range to make even a fantasticly functioning supressor a worthwhile addition. you're much more likely to be noticed because of motion than because of sound anyway, and in nerf, no-one likes a sn1per, making a supressor even less desirable.
I hate sn1pers as well. I just have a gun that I have gotten it to work with, but I don't think it's entirely practical to use 90 psi for single shots, like my gun does. Either way, I NEVER said it's practical, or that anyone should USE one. If you some of you guys disapprove of silencers, then why are you posting here ? The sole purpose of a silencer is to let some gases depressurize upon the exiting of the barrel, thus reducing audible sound. If you have enough power to do this, like I do, then you can make it work. I have read a few books on firearms, and I'm a firearms enthusiast, I have read about silencers and how they work.
Edited by bored_kid93, 20 August 2007 - 12:59 PM.
I'm going to pull out this line: "Speculation is a waste of time. Just wait and see what comes of this. If anything." - Captain Slug.
Captain Slug, I couldn't have said it better.