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Bulls-Eye Bill's Frame Extender For a Condor Do They Work ?

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Bulls-Eye Bill's Frame Extender For a Condor Do They Work ?

Postby KI4EJI » Wed Feb 04, 2009 8:03 pm

What can soom body tell me about this frame extender do they work or not?
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Postby El Chupacabra » Thu Feb 05, 2009 11:43 am

I had one on a Talon SS with 24" barrel that worked well for me. I'm in the country but my wife and friends said it cut way down on the report. If you wanted to quiet it down more you could always experiment with the washer spring scotchbrite etc stuff. Cost is attractive as well.
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Postby shrpshotr28 » Thu Feb 05, 2009 12:44 pm

they DO work, a big difference over an unshrouded Condor; just a matter of what noise level you consider acceptable. Very good for the money, but nowhere near a Talontunes, Airhog, or any number of others being hand built, as it has much smaller internal volume and no baffling.
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Postby El Chupacabra » Thu Feb 05, 2009 6:55 pm

Here is a picture of a Bullseye frame extender on a Talon SS w/18" barrel. I have cut it down to extend just 4-1/2" inches past the end of the frame. I shot it this afternoon and it's quiet. As quiet as the 12" barrel with washers and springs+o-rings. I would say you can't go wrong with a Bullseye extender for the price unless you needed something super quiet.
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