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So after a chat with a friend of mine (female, with two teen-aged sons, all of whom have never shot before) I decided to add a firearm to my 'collection'. I am ashamed to say I did NOT have a .22 pistol and until she mentioned wanted to shoot, didn't really feel like I had a reason.

Long story short, I now have a S&W Victory.

What I'm curious about is has anyone made an integrally suppressed barrel for them yet? I suppose if I go down that rabbit hole again, I should just get a threaded barrel, as I could use a can for my 10/22 TD, but still....


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I don't know of any integrally suppressed barrels.

Usually, they are a hard sell in the silencer world. as it dedicates a stamp to one specific gun. There are several companies that make threaded barrels for it. Below is a photo of my 3 victories, The red dot is my daughters, the plain one is my sons, the fluted one is mine.


It has a threaded end on it. It does make the gun a bit longer addin a 22 can on it. If you have a 4 inch bull barrel and ad in a 6 inchish direct thread 22lr can you end up almost being perfect ballance for my taste.

What can do you use on your 10/22?
 
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I don't. The only can I have is a SilencerCo SpecWar 762. LOL Which is why I guess I should just get another can as opposed to a dedicated barrel. Hmmmmm.....relatively LGS has a SilencerCo Sparrow.....


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rimfire cans are dirty. Make sure you pick up one you can clean.
 
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Hopefully the Victory has a threaded barrel.
Rimfire can-I would recommend light and lean. Rimfire cans with reduced loads are "movie " silent.
Sparrow would make a good choice.
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I already ordered a Tactical Solutions Ridge-Lite barrel to go with it. Never leave a perfectly good new pistol unmodified, right? Big Grin


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