Very nice! Very very quiet too!
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A Ruger Rifle with an integrally suppressed bull barrel that I built. It uses a monolithic baffle stack about 6 inches long and it works well. You can hear the firing pin click on the empty chamber and hear the bullets striking the target that is 50 yards away.
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Very nice! Very very quiet too!
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A shooter next to me at the outdoor range I use had a suppressed 10/22 last year... and it's even quieter than the YouTube video makes it sound. No louder than the sound of the bolt sending a round home.
Funny how our government puts suppressors in the same category as machine guns, yet in certain places in Europe they are mandated in order to keep noise down in order to not bother the neighbors!
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It does sound louder on video. One can walk 50 yards away and barely hear it. One thing about it, the 200 transfer fee isnt the obstacle it used to be,and suppressors are getting very popular. I've been told that when the NFA was passed in 1934, that the 200 fee was equivalent to around 3000 today.
Hey Hotguns, is that the suppressor you were referring to in the thread about the gentleman who met his first ATF agents at a gun show?
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I had one once, but sold it for a nice profit. I wish I had not done that...but another is one of the few firearms that I want and do not have. I'll have another soon.
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I've been looking at the integrally suppressed 10/22 for years at a couple of shops. Sort of out of the price range for me actually since i don't wish to sell off anything I currently have. I don't know what the wife would think about one as a dual Christmas gift to us both from me. Well, actually....I probably do know how that would turn out! Bright eyes and a frown.
Well, anyway.....it's good to know you have some redneck friends HotGuns. (I'd probably qualify). Sweet build!
Many years ago, I worked for a dealer that also sold (legally) silenced firearms including a Ruger 10-22 with a built-in sound suppressor---looked just like a heavy bull barrel---its true, you barely heard the gun go off, only the bolt cycling---really neat---how I wanted one! This will never happen in the state I live in now---too bad!
WA State = Own supressor - yes. Use supressor, no.