where can I buy a Hogan Decimeater Silencer

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    BiffBaxter
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    I am in California (they are legal here on pellet guns).  I can’t find a dealer.  I would prefer a dealer in the US but if there are none, I would be happy to get one overseas.

    Biff

    P.S. – The plan is to put it on a Weihrauch HW95.

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    DutchMike
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    Krale schietsport in the netherlands is mentioned a lot of time for shipping airguns to US foor good prices. He is very reputable dealer ( i have no connections with), he sells the hogan decimeater ( i bougt the heavy one).
    however, not sure if he would ship that to US…

    good luck, Mike

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    DutchMike
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     Biff, I guess the grass alsways seems greener on the other side of the pond… I have wanting to get a moderator fom Neil, but he doesnt ship outside the US… 

    Tip: look at the moderators from weihrauch… There the best and not heavy in weight… Should fit your hw just fine ( but wont give th sound decreasing benefit as it would on pcp…usually that is.

    reg, Mike

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    BiffBaxter
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    Thanks Mike,

    I read that the Decimeater was the best at reducing noise and that the Wiehrauch’s were not very good.  Have you had a Wiehrauch silencer on one of your air rifles?

    Biff

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    Scirroco
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    Hi biff
    Ive tried both the dicimeater and the weihrauch ,,the deci beats the weihrauch by a good way,fx bobcat
    41.5 ft lbs 22 cal
    Rgds steve

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    BiffBaxter
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    Hi Steve,

    That supports what I’ve read.  I saw before and after demos of the Decimeater on youtube where they went from
    before and after every second for a few cycles.  It sounded like the Decimeater made a significant difference.
    I read mostly complaints about other brands.

    Biff

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    Scirroco
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    BiffBaxterHi Steve,

    That supports what I’ve read.  I saw before and after demos of the Decimeater on youtube where they went from
    before and after every second for a few cycles.  It sounded like the Decimeater made a significant difference.
    I read mostly complaints about other brands.

    Biff


    Hi biff
    They are very high quality and very effective…if your stateside,what you must be careful of are theae decimeaters are also if i remember correctly,rated and advertised that they can also be used on 22 rimfire half inchx20tpi thread is the standard here for threading all rimfire cals ,and air rifle cals,which may drop you in a load of crap stateside,i will have a read up and see what i can find out,this is may be why they arnt available or hard to find stateside
    Rgds steve

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    DutchMike
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    True, at least the hogan heavy decimeater I have is advertised as moderator for .22LR…. 
    i dont have a weihrauch moderator, but all reports i have heard are positive, and they are lightweight… I choose the Hogan heavy cause its the biggest volume moderator i could get.

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    NeilClague
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    The Weihrauch works fairly well but the internals are made of plastic and not made to last, otherwise they would be a good buy. I have not seen or heard a Hogan but my goal has always been to keep the weight of my suppressors down, not to make them heavy.  I had heard that fire arms used 1/2 inch x 28 threads and not 1/2 inch x 20. I have been asked many times to make them with 1/2 inch x 28 threads for fire arms and have flat out refused, not looking to go to jail for making something that will screw directly onto the end of a fire arm, that would be inviting trouble, Neil.

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    Scirroco
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    Hi neil
    I have been shooting a moderated 22 lr for over 30 years,threads have always been half inch x20 even for some centrefire modsyou can.pretty well gets silencers these days on this side of the pond in most thread size,and a lot of metric threads also
    My 300 win mag with a ase utra mod is 14×1..my 204r is 14×1
    ..my 22.-250 18×1 my 22 wmr ..half inx20
    Amd my 22 lr half inch x20…we do see some rimfire silencers here now with half inchx28
    Rgds steve

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    NeilClague
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    I am lucky I am on the other side of the pond then, because 1/2 inch x 20 over here is more oriented towards air guns and 1/2 inch x 28 for fire arms. If they switched to 1/2 inch x 20 over here that could make things very sticky for me, thanks for the response, it is good to know, so it makes my not shipping them to the UK a good thing!

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    Scirroco
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    NeilClagueI am lucky I am on the other side of the pond then, because 1/2 inch x 20 over here is more oriented towards air guns and 1/2 inch x 28 for fire arms. If they switched to 1/2 inch x 20 over here that could make things very sticky for me, thanks for the response, it is good to know, so it makes my not shipping them to the UK a good thing!


    Hi neil
    You can ship to the uk not a prob with any thread size !!
    It only becomes classified as a firearm in itself?only if its fitted to a section 1 firearm,or on an air rifle only if its above the uk 12 ft lbs limit and which in itself is held on a firearms license,and that you have a slot(permission on your license) for a sound moderator in the in the same calibre as the gun its going to be fitted to, ie 22 lr and the slot for the mod will state 22 sound moderator,
    So go ahead make em and send them,
    Rgds steve

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    T3PRanch
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    Neil may be more concerned with US Export Law than legality over there!

    Thurmond

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