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Not planning to buy now. But I'm waiting on a stamp for a 22RL can. I don't currently own a 22LR pistol and as soon as my wife finds employment I'll remedy that.

But what's your favorite 22LR Pistol Suppressor host?




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I'll tell you what's NOT my favorite, my Ruger 22/45 Lite.

It jams consistently with CCI Mini-Mag 0030 CPRN 40 grain, both suppressed and unsuppressed.

Does fine with Federal AE22SUP1 45 grain, though.

 
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For fun fairly accurate shooting it's hard to beat a 22/45 (mine is not a Lite as above). It will eat anything I've fed it and is built very well. I also recently purchased a S&W M&P22c; while not as accurate or refined as the Ruger it is a very fun gun. Handling is similar to a regular pistol versus the 22/45 and breakdown is easier. I would never trade my 22/45 for the M&P as I enjoy them both, but for different reasons.



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I have a Ruger SR22, it eats everything so far. Some subs will occasionally fail to cycle, but that's par for the course. It does get dirty fairly fast, especially with a can on it. Usually have to break it down and clean it after every ~150-200 rounds as it starts to gum up.
 
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My MP22C has been great but I'm going to get the Victory next. My daughter limp wrists the MP22C a lot and has feeding issues (works fine for me) but she has no issues with the Victory.
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I'll tell you what's NOT my favorite, my Ruger 22/45 Lite.

It jams consistently with CCI Mini-Mag 0030 CPRN 40 grain, both suppressed and unsuppressed.

Does fine with Federal AE22SUP1 45 grain, though.



Odd.

I can count on one hand the number of malfunctions I've had with my 22/45 LITE with CCI SV in over a year of competitions.


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Dont know if its the best but its my favorite out of the 4 Ive tried. Made in Germany to boot.






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I'll tell you what's NOT my favorite, my Ruger 22/45 Lite.

It jams consistently with CCI Mini-Mag 0030 CPRN 40 grain, both suppressed and unsuppressed.

Does fine with Federal AE22SUP1 45 grain, though.

Odd.

I can count on one hand the number of malfunctions I've had with my 22/45 LITE with CCI SV in over a year of competitions.

I've been thinking about trying the CCI 0032 Standard Velocity. I'll order some and give it a go, based on your experience with it.
 
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Originally posted by rackrack:
I'll tell you what's NOT my favorite, my Ruger 22/45 Lite.

It jams consistently with CCI Mini-Mag 0030 CPRN 40 grain, both suppressed and unsuppressed.

Does fine with Federal AE22SUP1 45 grain, though.

Odd.

I can count on one hand the number of malfunctions I've had with my 22/45 LITE with CCI SV in over a year of competitions.

I've been thinking about trying the CCI 0032 Standard Velocity. I'll order some and give it a go, based on your experience with it.


I think u will be pleasantly surprised. Literally it's like 5 stoppages. And 3 were in 20 degree weather.

I also clean every 1k rounds


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I agree with Warpig... I really like my PPQ, especially with a Mask on it!



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We have an S&W M&P 22 Compact in our .22 host rotation that has been impressive in terms of functionality/cost. If you want a host that looks, feels, and functions like a centerfire understudy, I'd give the S&W a look.


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When looking to get a barrel for my Buckmark I stumbled onto this guy: Buckmark. I think my Buckmark needs a freind.



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Originally posted by rackrack:
I'll tell you what's NOT my favorite, my Ruger 22/45 Lite.

It jams consistently with CCI Mini-Mag 0030 CPRN 40 grain, both suppressed and unsuppressed.

Does fine with Federal AE22SUP1 45 grain, though.

Odd.

I can count on one hand the number of malfunctions I've had with my 22/45 LITE with CCI SV in over a year of competitions.

I've been thinking about trying the CCI 0032 Standard Velocity. I'll order some and give it a go, based on your experience with it.


I think u will be pleasantly surprised. Literally it's like 5 stoppages. And 3 were in 20 degree weather.

I also clean every 1k rounds


The only number I could find on the box that is close to 0032 is 0035 in the bottom right corner of the box.

Its CCI Standard Velocity 22 LR 1070 FPS 40 GR Target.


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Ruger Mk III Talo edition.




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I have a Ruger MkII and a Browning Buckmark, both with TacSol light threaded barrels and an M&P22. I almost always take the M&P22 with me.

It feels more like a real pistol to me. I like the others, but it is my favorite 22 pistol right now.


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If you can find one, get yourself a CZ Kadet. They're all steel and will put a smile on your face. Even the magazines are all steel. They're constructed by spot welding a steel magazine within a steel magazine.





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I'll tell you what's NOT my favorite, my Ruger 22/45 Lite.

It jams consistently with CCI Mini-Mag 0030 CPRN 40 grain, both suppressed and unsuppressed.

Does fine with Federal AE22SUP1 45 grain, though.



I have two 22/45's and both work fine suppressed and unsuppressed. Both have around 3,000 rounds thru them with no fte or ftf .First one has around 2,000 round suppressed and the second has 1,000. I got the second one because my wife took the first as hers. I figured if it got her to the range it was a small price to pay.
 
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I have a 22/45 Lite and I run my TBAC 22-L & 22-S cans on and it has run flawlessly for over 2000 rounds. I also put a VQ trigger in it which is a nice upgrade over stock.

I also have a MK III target bull barrel SS that I hardly ever shoot and have been thinking about selling it and getting the M&P 22 Compact as another host 22.

In their class/style, the Ruger SR22 and M&P 22 Compact are very hard to beat and seem to run on just about anything and everything you feed them.

Also, does anyone have any experience with the TANDEMKROSS magazine extension that turns the SR22 10rnd mags into 15rnd mags?? I'm curious how well these work.
 
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I'm probbaly leaning toward the Walther, RUger SR22 or the M&P. I really want the Blue TacSol pistol upper to throw on a Ruger.

It would be a match to my Blue Tacsol X-Ring I've got.




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