It does not take much to see through the video below, however it and the online retailer it is produced by and intended to drive business to can be informational. Thought it might be helpful for anyone who wants to save a few dollars by getting a stamp and making their own suppressor. I am guessing you can save a few hundred dollars by going this route if you are in possession of some basic tools, like to make things instead of buy them and pays close attention to details. Of course if only making the worlds most expensive solvent trap, you don't have to worry about most of that. If any of you guys are on SilencerTalk I would be interested to know how they rate against other suppliers. This sorta reminds me of the 70's and early 80's where you could buy all the parts but one for making your own suppressor/silencer at a vendors booth at the gun shows, the other part was usually a couple of tables away with an totally unrelated vendor. Here is a link the page with their ultra bundle, includes a flash light tube without the cutout for the switch and other parts for $170. Not sure if it is big enough to handle a rifle caliber (interested in opinions of that, specifically 5.56mm) if you made it into one. I think it would be an interesting project if done within the letter of the law. D-Maglite Adapters - PREPPER'S DISCOUNT Not real sure how that PVC part will hold up to hot gases.....................errrrrr solvents, yeah that is it, solvents glad that is not needed with some of the kits.