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"Reduces sound pressure levels of .22 LR to an average of 113.2 dB with standard velocity ammunition."

Its just over 16" long.





http://www.ruger.com/micros/silent-sr-ISB/index.html







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I like it!
 
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That's pretty cool
 
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I love to see economics at work.

Demand for suppression is increasing, companies identify the opportunity, competition builds and breeds design innovation.

If we really do get Trump to sign a change in NFA to remove suppressors, think of the improvements we will see in Suppressors effectiveness and cost.

Amazing to be here from the depths of 1994's AW ban.

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Been wanting a Ruger 10/22 takedown. Been wanting an integrally surpressed barrel for said Ruger 10/22. I. Must. Get!

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Weight difference between this and a barrel plus silencer?
Is the full 16" rifled?

When can I get one???

Bruce



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Been wanting a Ruger 10/22 takedown. Been wanting an integrally surpressed barrel for said Ruger 10/22. I. Must. Get!

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This! What a great combo
 
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Interesting design, I would think it should be *very* quiet with all that volume for the baffles.


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Anyone seen a price?
 
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Anyone seen a price?

Suggested retail on their website is $629
 
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Anyone seen a price?

Suggested retail on their website is $629


Thanks, completely overlooked it.
 
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They couldn't have gone with a less "tactical" picture of the guy shooting it? Roll Eyes


Does look to be a cool idea though.
 
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Weight difference between this and a barrel plus silencer?
Is the full 16" rifled?

When can I get one???

Bruce


There is a video at Ruger's website that stated the effective barrel length. I don't remember exactly but it was north of 10", below 11", of effective barrel.
 
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Wow that's awesome... not sure if it's worth $650... but still cool
 
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consider that the average cost of a good suppressor alone is around $400 - this is a great package deal

waiting for the HPA to pass...



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Wish it was around 650-700 for the entire suppressed 10-22... but it looks like you still have to buy the 300-400 take down 10-22 .. so basically paying 650 for suppressor with barrel that is only good for 10-22. I would personally just buy a dead air mask or something in the $400 area and be able to use the suppressor on multiple platforms

That being said, this is still pretty cool
 
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Weight difference between this and a barrel plus silencer?
Is the full 16" rifled?

When can I get one???

Bruce


Specs say 10.62" effective barrel length. Thats perfect for standard velocity ammo.

113 dB is mouse fart territory. My spectre does 117 on a bolt gun and it is giggle quiet. I want it pretty bad but need a centerfire rifle can first since I have a rimfire one already.
 
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Put me down for one.
 
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"Reduces sound pressure levels of .22 LR to an average of 113.2 dB with standard velocity ammunition."

Its just over 16" long.


Call me silly, but that sounds just like an SD barrel, HK developed it and others have been imitating it for decades ... and with it being over 16" you only need one stamp for the suppressor.

Ports drilled through the barrel, just past the chamber reduce/relives the pressure, then vents everything through the suppressor and all ammo is subsonic ... and subsonic ammo won't have enough pressure to operate the action.

A person could achieve the same thing by turning down a barrel, drilling the ports threading then put a suppressor of your choice on with available "cups" you could even make your own, then slide a sleeve over it all. Of course it would require a lathe, some more or less special tools and let's not forget the $200 permission slip (also known as a form 1)

I would guess that if the HPA ever passes you could buy all the necessary parts in an 80% kit on Amazon for $300 or less!


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