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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.


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OK sometimes I can read too quickly and miss stuff. But I've read this post a couple of times. What gun are we talking about? To do what, with what caliber and goals?


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He’s talking about a threaded barrel for a 22lr pistol.

OP: Most people go with the shorter barrel, as the silencer plus a longer barrel is a bit ungainly, and a longer barrel really doesn’t do much on a 22lr pistol. Supersonic rounds will be subsonic out of a pistol, as will subsonic (duh).

I have a 4” TacSol barrel on my Buckmark and it is a good setup. Huntertown isn’t the best silencer, but it will do fine.
 
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I was just as confused as HRCJON.

Now I understand the question.

The OP needs to realize that a Tacsol upper for a Rugar MK pistol is an FFL item-it is the serialized component.
1) Trade the existing Rugar in for a threaded barrel Rugar.
2) Buy another pistol that comes with a threaded barrel.
3) Buy another pistol that only requires a drop in barrel.

Move out of California

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I don't think Tac Sol is on California's registry so that's probably the biggest problem.


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AFAIK they do both Ruger and Buckmark. I know about the Ruger situation (and own a Tac-Sol barrel for one via FFL transfer) but is the buckmark the same? I don't own one.
the Victory doesn't have this issue which might help those in hostile territory. In any case the OP has whatever those issues are to deal with and the answer on which length.


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The grip frame is the serialized firearm on a Buckmark, the exact opposite of a Roger Mark I-IV.
 
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I run both the Buckmark and the Ruger 22/45 with the longish TAC-SOL barrels. They run and suppress perfectly. They get a thumbs up from me, if that means anything at all. Razz Wink Big Grin

You may wish to tell us what .22 firearm you are trying to suppress, what length you are needing, and what your application is.

Other than that, welcome to the SIGforum asylum.

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Reed,

After looking into some California laws, are you sure you can suppress anything in California? I don't know your local laws, but I would look into that first.

If anything, I don't know that you can even own a Ruger upper in California, if that was your thing.

Do some research.

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