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Daisy Powerline 415 Silencer Test

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Daisy Powerline 415 Silencer Test

This is just a short video showing the sound difference without and with the 3D printed silencer on the Daisy Powerline 415 CO2 Pistol. I’m shooting Daisy Precision Max Steel BBs. This video really doesn’t do it justice, but you can certainly hear the difference. I shot at an archery target to take down some of the secondary noises.

UPDATE: I’ve listed the silencer for sale HERE

5 thoughts on “Daisy Powerline 415 Silencer Test

  1. Matt, thank you. I’m taking a look at the P17. I think the only way to do it without modifying the gun itself would be to install it before each shot and remove it for reloading.

    Otherwise, I think you’d have to cut the frame to make clearance for the silencer.

    Either way, you got me interested. I just went out and bought one and will update when I have something. It’ll take some time.

    1. Why not a kit that comes with a longer barrel so one can be fitted right on the barrel. Crosman barrels are relatively inexpensive and from what I understand much more accurate now because of a new process on how they are made.

      Many thanks for the prompt reply.

      PS I order one of the “Little Buck Rail”. Very anxious to try it.

      1. Yeah i noticed some other folks have done something similar. I’ll look into that for sure.

  2. That’s fantastic!
    Now can you make one for my Beeman P17? There are Tons of these out there so I can’t imagine they would not sell look hot cakes!

  3. Terry, that is a big difference shooting the 415 with the LDC on it. If you are in an area where noise is an disturbing thing, this will cure it, and make it completely backyard friendly. Congrats to that successful development of this new addition. You just nailed it again. You are a genius with that 3D printed add ons for the Daisy guns.

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