Madbull x Surefire Airsoft Suppressor

Surefire does not only produce amazing flashlights but also superfresh suppressors (and other hot tactical products, of course)!
Madbull Airsoft is love at first sight for many, many airsoft players. Their products are rock solid, innovative and are often fully licensed (e.g. by Daniel Defense)!

A few months ago Madbull and Surefire released another stunning co-op product line: Surefire Airsoft Suppressors by Madbull Airsoft!

This wonderful 5.56 suppressors turned me into a wild, gear-horny beast and after some time thinking about which version to get, i decided to go with the 6.72″ model. This should fit on my HK416 and M4s perfectly and will satisfy my needs to obtain another war-dildo…

And today the postman was knocking at my door! πŸ™‚

Yes! πŸ™‚ Let`s take a closer look at the packaging.
There is not much to say about it because it`s only simple cardboard and some bubble wrap.

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Let`s take the damn thing out and get some fun playing around with it! πŸ™‚
First thing to mention is the detailed, crystal clear printing! Very nice!

Adapter and suppressor:


If you`ll remove the endcap, some inner secret reveals: several layers of woolen rings:

I can`t say anything about real suppression of the gearbox/ shooting sound yet but i`ll take some tests over the next weekend. At the moment i don`t expect too much to happen…

Let`s get the guns and see if there are any problems.

I attached the suppressor to the VFC HK416 first. In the next pictures you can see a direct size comparison to my B.E. Meyers flash hider and the Madbull adapter installed on the HK416. At the moment i don`t have enough spacers at hands, so my aligned adapter does not sit perfectly on the barrel – there is a small gap (red arrow) and it`s not as secure as i like it to be. On the other hand the adapter is `upside down` at the moment…

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Nice but i`ll need more spacers.
Then i got my Marui Sopmod and pimped it a little. I removed all parts from the front and put the Madbull adapter directly onto it. Bombproof – i can`t believe it! And perfectly aligned and ready to go. God loves my Sopmod.

At the end i can say that i am very happy at the moment! πŸ™‚
For all you suppressor geeks and silencer buffs – this product is for you!
Fully recommended.

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~ by geardoshit on May 18, 2011.

4 Responses to “Madbull x Surefire Airsoft Suppressor”

  1. Hey, I kinda confused about the whole ” the 6″ only adds 4″ to the overall length” .. Whats that all about? how is that possible really?

    just to put it perfectly clear, If I want a surefire silencer for my 10″ rifle, to hide my 400mm(16″) inner barrel, the 6″ supressor is to short? I would need to go higher?

    • A bit late but the 6″ adding 4″ to overall length refers to how the flash hider enters the suppressor body. So the flash hider might add 2″ to the overall length, then the suppressor sits on top of that, increasing length another 4″.

      I was wondering if it is at all possible to disassemble the US non-foamed version. It seems like the cap is epoxied to the body.

  2. What is the diameter of the locking mechanism? I’d mostly like to know the distance between the parallel vertices and edges of the twist lock. I have an m14 socom barrel, and the gas block interferes with many different suppressor types.

  3. how did the endcap come off? clockwise? counter? trying to get mine off without destroying it.

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