A suppressor for an airgun is illegal. That being said they are legal and available in England. Go figure
I dont know if I can get a silencer for it.
There's actually a currently pending appeals case where an airgunner was convicted of NFA violations pertaining to a suppressor he made for his air gun, that should (in theory) be destroyed upon firing a shot from and thus not functional if he used on a conventional firearm. A jury of his peers convictd him, and now, his chance for freedom is up to a judge. There's a very likely chance that the appeals judge will uphold the conviction. The BATFE has always ruled that air gun suppressors are firearms under the National Firearms Act, and as such has and will prosecute violators. Violation of the National Firearms Act is a felony punishable by 10 years in prison and $10,000 fine. A individual violator may also recieve up to 5 years in prison and $250,000 fine for willfull non-payment of NFA taxes. If the violator is a corporation, the willful non payment of tax fine may be as much as $500,000.There are those that say "don't take any chances whatsoever" and others that throw caution to the wind since...let's face it...when's the last time you heard a case against a silenced airgun?
There are those that say "don't take any chances whatsoever" and others that throw caution to the wind since...let's face it...when's the last time you heard a case against a silenced airgun?
Muzzle brake, whatever....can be had for $20-50 depending on what you want. Lots of folks have 'em and don't even know they're considered the same by the BATF (needed a special permit).
Get a spring loader or pneumatic if you're really concerned about the noise.
Have a buddy shoot it while you're 100 yds down the road. It's probably not as noisy as you think.