|The Unknown |
Got a great Christmas bonus from my boss at my part-time gun counter gig. A suppressor! I will be sending my check to Uncle Sugar next weekend, so I'm another 6-10 months from taking it home, but I can play with it all I want at the shop (with a few caveats).
I'll be needing a host or two, and from what I'm reading I already have an excellent host, a Browning Buckmark 5.5" slab side. However, I am in need of another barrel - obviously.
Should I just buy a Tactical Solutions to slap on there and go with that? Is there a big difference in the 4" or the 5.5" for suppressed shooting? Is there another brand or model I should be considering? Or a different host entirely?
Thanks in advance. Can is a Huntertown Arms .22 Rimfire, if that matters. I can't recall the model, but it's not the expensive one. Guardian, maybe?
My first foray into the world of less noisy shooting, so all advice is appreciated.
Tac-Sol = Quality made stuff! Just go that route...
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I would agree. If I were in your shoes that’s what I’d be looking to do as well. Congrats on the new can.
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|A man of few words|
Go with the 4" version and it will keep cheap bulk pack ammo subsonic. I had a Ruger 22/45 cut back to that length and have never had anything go supersonic out of it.
Agree with above. 4" will keep most rounds subsonic.
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I've got the 4" TacSol on my Buckmark, works great!
|The Unknown |
Thanks guys, looks like a 4" Tac-Sol is in my future.
Now to pick a color.
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TacSol is the way to go. Allowed me to add a rail for a red dot in addition to the threaded barrel. Sheds much needed weight as a side benefit.
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