Modular 22LR Suppressors

Re: Modular 22LR Suppressors

Postby yukonjasper on Tue Mar 12, 2019 12:07 pm

So the paperwork to own is applicable to each individual suppressor? Each has their own paperwork and fees?
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Re: Modular 22LR Suppressors

Postby Ghost on Tue Mar 12, 2019 12:10 pm

yukonjasper wrote:So the paperwork to own is applicable to each individual suppressor? Each has their own paperwork and fees?

I went the trust route with mine so they all go into it now. You pay the fee for each one.

I recommend the silencershop kiosks for anyone wanting to get into it.
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Re: Modular 22LR Suppressors

Postby Holland&Holland on Tue Mar 12, 2019 12:48 pm

yukonjasper wrote:So the paperwork to own is applicable to each individual suppressor? Each has their own paperwork and fees?


Yup, each is it's own item, each suppressor, SBR, SBS, machine gun... Gotta love compromise and reasonable gun control ;)
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Re: Modular 22LR Suppressors

Postby Dill on Wed Mar 13, 2019 10:03 am

brad3579 wrote:
Dill wrote:get the new Silencerco Switchback.


Looks interesting, have you tried one?


not personally. They released them about 2 weeks after I purchased my Silencerco Spectre II, which I have shot with a lot, and the Switchback apparently bests the Spectre.
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Re: Modular 22LR Suppressors

Postby Holland&Holland on Wed Mar 13, 2019 2:01 pm

Thoughts on the Dakota Silencer line? Saw them at the deer show last weekend.
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Re: Modular 22LR Suppressors

Postby grimbeaver on Wed Mar 13, 2019 5:44 pm

Sigh been too busy to get back to this thread. Looked at the Silencerco Switchback. Interesting, especially the "rifle mode" where you flip around some of the baffles. It's on the heaver side though too if using the whole thing. Too many options.

Right now all I have to shoot it with is a Ruger 22/45 Lite. More than likely will get a Kidd 6" barrel for my Charger to make a sweet little ~12" suppressed pistol.
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Re: Modular 22LR Suppressors

Postby Holland&Holland on Wed Mar 13, 2019 9:39 pm

Thoughts on rugers .22 can?
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Re: Modular 22LR Suppressors

Postby grimbeaver on Thu Mar 14, 2019 5:39 am

Holland&Holland wrote:Thoughts on rugers .22 can?

Nothing really stands out to me except the oversize branding on it. I'm actually wondering if it's discontinued as I can not find links to it from anywhere on their site. Searching the Ruger site comes up with a result but clicking on it to see the spec sheet it comes up not found. Google can find a page still live but that's about it.
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Re: Modular 22LR Suppressors

Postby Holland&Holland on Thu Mar 14, 2019 7:22 am

grimbeaver wrote:
Holland&Holland wrote:Thoughts on rugers .22 can?

Nothing really stands out to me except the oversize branding on it. I'm actually wondering if it's discontinued as I can not find links to it from anywhere on their site. Searching the Ruger site comes up with a result but clicking on it to see the spec sheet it comes up not found. Google can find a page still live but that's about it.

It’s under their rimfire pistol link.
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Re: Modular 22LR Suppressors

Postby Dill on Thu Mar 14, 2019 7:46 am

grimbeaver wrote:Sigh been too busy to get back to this thread. Looked at the Silencerco Switchback. Interesting, especially the "rifle mode" where you flip around some of the baffles. It's on the heaver side though too if using the whole thing. Too many options.

Right now all I have to shoot it with is a Ruger 22/45 Lite. More than likely will get a Kidd 6" barrel for my Charger to make a sweet little ~12" suppressed pistol.


a 22/45 Lite is what I primarily shoot my Spectre on. It's amazing the difference it makes
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Re: Modular 22LR Suppressors

Postby Ghost on Thu Mar 14, 2019 8:58 am

Dill wrote:
grimbeaver wrote:Sigh been too busy to get back to this thread. Looked at the Silencerco Switchback. Interesting, especially the "rifle mode" where you flip around some of the baffles. It's on the heaver side though too if using the whole thing. Too many options.

Right now all I have to shoot it with is a Ruger 22/45 Lite. More than likely will get a Kidd 6" barrel for my Charger to make a sweet little ~12" suppressed pistol.


a 22/45 Lite is what I primarily shoot my Spectre on. It's amazing the difference it makes

I took my dad to shoot suppressed the first time and he couldn’t believe the difference it made, he shot significantly better with it. Weight, noise, anticipation - many things come into play.
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