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So- how do I go about suppressing the MP7? I have a mock suppressor that has everything I need as far as a body/shell- inner and outer tubes with threaded end caps and simple foam between them.

So what do I need to do to really suppress the gas noise? Make some spacers/baffles to compartmentalize the foam and absorb the escaping gas? Any ideas where to start?
 

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Here are some pics of candidates:
Stubby Suppressor (from my CQB M4)


MP7 w/ M4 QD Flash Hider

MP7 with QD Suppressor attached


MP7 with AMP Tracer Suppressor
 

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Well, my only experience with suppressors are my real 9mm YHM Cobra M2 on my 226 and M&P AR22- and that is a whole other ball game. :( So I'm trying to understand where the gas escapes on this GBB (besides the obvious barrel)- I imagine you're right and I should perhaps tape over the ejection port, but if that is the case, will it affect the cycling/usability on this?

The metal slide cycling makes relatively negligible noise in the real models, I imagine the same here. The issue for me would be to create baffles inside a mock suppressor and change the foam insid to absorb gas, I guess?
 
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