Webley M1905-08 self-loading pistol with Parker-Maxim M1929 suppressor
Manufactured by Webley and Scott c.1905~1912, fitted with a suppressor for use by the Special Operations Executive during World War 2, also called the
Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare. .32ACP 8-round removable box magazine, short recoil semi-automatic. Pew pew.
Custom Winchester M1894 rifle fitted with a Maxim 1909 Patent ‘Silencer’ suppressor
Manufactured by Winchester Repeating Arms Company in New Haven, Connecticut, c. early 1900′s, serial number 430590. .30 WinchesterCenterFire, takedown, halved tubular magazine, lever action. The Suppressor is a Maxim Silencer, designed by Hiram Percy Maxim and manufactured from 1902 onward by Maxim Silent Firearms Company in New York, it was a joint development with a car muffler design. This suppressor worked by deflecting the propellant gas from each fired shot into curved metal fins, forming small vertexes and making them lose their potency. It was the first commercially successful firearm suppressor.