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More suppressor fun

After I got my suppressor, I decided I needed to set up the 10/22 so I could use the suppressor on it as well. So, I took it to Coal Creek Armory and had Gunsmith Bob cut the Ruger factory barrel to 16.25 inches and thread it. How did it turn out? Like so:

From Gun Porn

And without the suppressor:

From Gun Porn

Bob and the folks at CCA do good work. I highly recommend them. I haven’t shot the rifle yet. Looking forward to it.

Ahh, gun nuttery: $300 sight, $300 suppressor, and $200 dollar tax stamp to put on a $150 gun.

10 Responses to “More suppressor fun”

  1. red Says:

    Looks like you’re ready for zombie hunting!

  2. Robert Says:

    The tape is a nice touch. I should have bought less suppressor, but I’m learning. Mine is going on a 10/22 as well, on the end of a Titan Match barrel.

  3. USCitizen Says:

    That turned out nice.

  4. Jim W Says:

    My next suppressor is probably going to be an AAC prodigy (22LR). At least you have glass figured out. I’m still trying to find something I like.

    For me: 200 dollar receiver, 1500 dollar upper/suppressor/tax, 30 dollar placeholder scope. In case anyone has any ideas, I want a zero magnification, long eye relief scope with ballistic compensation. It’s for shooting 45 acp.

  5. _Jon Says:

    Please record the audio and post it.

  6. Tom Says:

    Blowing up unsuspecting soda cans without them hearing a thing…. Priceless.

  7. Steve Says:

    VERY nice. Do subs cycle the bolt ok?

  8. Terrapod Says:

    When did it become legal for civilians to use supressors on their weapons? Is it a state by state issue or federal?

  9. SayUncle Says:

    federally regulated. some states ban them. most don’t.

  10. Rivrdog Says:

    Ah, yes. Stealthy gunning. Quite useful, but does it outweigh putting you at the top of the visit list when the decides to come calling?

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