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https://bt-usa.com/products/22-suppressor/

Thoughts on this little guy? It’s a B&T so it has to be good right??
I am drawn to it because it is super light at 3.5 oz most others are at least 6.
Looking for a light weight suppressor to be dedicated to a little backpack 22.


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I’ll be watching this for sure. Thinking handy squirrel rifle and range use.


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First I have no experience on this specific suppressor. But unlike all B&T firearms which are all over the top excellent, I have found their suppressors sometimes have tradeoffs you'd rather not have. I don't have this one, but I do have lots of the 9mm ones.
So... on this one my major issue would be what its made out of and how do you clean it. Its a given on rimfire cans you have to clean them. I hate al in that regard. There simply isn't a good way. period. I have another rimfire al cored suppressor and I hate it. just suck it up and get something with SS baffles. My favorite is currently the DA mask, but the rugged is fine and for light weight I have the surefire. I promise the difference between 5 and 3.5 oz won't mean diddly after you have to struggle to clean it.
In any case not answering your question directly sorry.


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Shouldn’t just putting some solvent in the suppressor shaking it up for a bit and letting it soak then blow it out after use work pretty well?
Or dropping it in an ultrasonic cleaner?


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Rimfire is really dirty. A lot of carbon and lead deposits. Went to the range Wed nite--shot around 500-600 rounds of 22.
Ruger MK 4 had a thin coating of lead where the suppressor made contact with the barrel. Same thing on the S&W Victory.
Both bolts had a thick layer of carbon in spots--receivers were gummed up with carbon covering 1 " from feed ramp. The Victory was getting some feeding problems towards the end of the session. Took some effort to clean the receivers--Bore Tech Rimfire cleaner and elbow grease.

I haven't cleaned the suppressors yet. I expect Baffle #1 will be caked in carbon and lead. I will soak the baffles in Carbon Killer, then an ultrasonic bath of Bore Tech Extreme Clean. After that--a tumble with SS pins in a Harbor Freight tumbler. Pre treat with Silicon Oil to make clean up easier.
I think the best analogy would be spark plugs after 100,000 miles--no solvent will cut that crude off. You need metal that will stand up to high heat and combustion of aerolisized carbon/lead.
 
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Shouldn’t just putting some solvent in the suppressor shaking it up for a bit and letting it soak then blow it out after use work pretty well?
Or dropping it in an ultrasonic cleaner?

I have never found a product that works immedately like that.
Most are in the soak for a long long time and then add a little elbow work. repeat as necessary.
And al in ultrasonic is a potential problem that needs way too much work to manage and has had a number of bad outcomes for many.
With SS baffles its easy toss them in whatever method you like and don't worry. (I use ultrasonic).


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The Silencer Central SoLo is 1" x 6" long and listed at 2.7 oz. It's self service as well.


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Originally posted by Black92LX:
https://bt-usa.com/products/22-suppressor/

Thoughts on this little guy? It’s a B&T so it has to be good right??
I am drawn to it because it is super light at 3.5 oz most others are at least 6.
Looking for a light weight suppressor to be dedicated to a little backpack 22.
 
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