You need to go to the appropriate dealer to get your silencer as well as having the proper paperwork filled out regarding NFA items. IIRC T.S. doesn't deal in suppressors, Gemtech comes to mind as a good can.
This is a discussion on Ruger 22/45 MKIII - Silencer and BBL within the General Firearm Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; I am looking to put a different Barrel and silencer on my Ruger 22/45 MKIII. It already has the short 4" bull barrel on it ...
I am looking to put a different Barrel and silencer on my Ruger 22/45 MKIII. It already has the short 4" bull barrel on it now.
I have heard great things about Tactical Solutions and their Barrels are relatively cheap. But on their site I cannot find any silencers.
Does anyone have any experience with them? or maybe know of a different place to go?
Just looking to make a small, quiet, plinking gun.
I have a TS upper on mine, I couldnt be happier with it. It has a threaded barrel, ready to accept a can. Like JD said, TS doesnt make cans, so you'll have to look towards another vendor like GemTech.
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The Gemtech Outback II works great for a .22. It's small and light.
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If you need another option a friend of mine, Jeff Ellis of Jeff's Shooter Supply, is a Class 2 manufacturer. He can make the can to fit whatever you need. You can call him at (205) 497-3736 or email jeffshooter at mindspring.com. (replace the at with @)
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KSCCW.Com has a Class III forum. I bet you can find someone close to you on there.
The 22/45 barrel and receiver are one piece. You can't just pull the barrel off and put a different one on, you have to swap out the whole receiver. Which isn't that big of a deal, except for the fact that the receiver is the part of the gun that's the "firearm", so you need a dealer to transfer it to you.
Your other option is to get your current barrel threaded, which will cost less, but it needs to be done correctly. I was considering these guys to do mine, but I haven't gotten around to it yet:Tornado Technologies. I have no experience with their work, but it looks nice on their website.