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Internally Silenced 10/22

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by kennyboy, Mar 12, 2008.

  1. kennyboy

    kennyboy Well-Known Member

    I am looking to purchase a 10/22 that is internally silenced. What are your recommendations? Who does the best silencer job? Should I supply my own rifle? Thanks.
  2. rangerruck

    rangerruck Well-Known Member

    i think two do it , maybe more, Advanced Armament corp., and Gemtech, both do it, you can buy theirs, or send them yours.
  3. waterhouse

    waterhouse Well-Known Member


    Here are a few more. I think lots of places do it. If you are looking to keep the overall barrel length with the suppressor attached as short as possible (one reason to go internally suppressed) you might check out Tactcal Solutions barrel:


    It is a short barrel with a perm. attached "cage" that a suppressor can go in, so that your barrel is 16" whether you have the can attached or not.
  4. kennyboy

    kennyboy Well-Known Member

    Does anyone have firsthand experience such as which internal silencers do the best job, whether more money means a better rifle, recommendations, pics, etc.? Thanks.
  5. kBob

    kBob Well-Known Member

    +1 waterhouse on Paladin Armory.

    Bill, the owner is just getting his machinery up and running in Montana. He had been building in Florida, but was recalled to Active Duty a USAF officer a bit before 9-11 and only just allowed to retire this past year.

    I have shot a couple of his dedicated suppressor 10/22s and was impressed.

    I especially liked his own original low maintenance design dedicated suppressor system which I used on a 10/22 and on a little Marlin bolt action of some type. The system is simple beyound beleif and while I did not have any sort of sound meter available both guns with the low maintenance system were very hushed.

    It would be difficult for a drunken monkey to bugger up his low maintenance system or install it improperly after cleaning.

    Give him a look.

    -Bob Hollingsworth
  6. thertel

    thertel Well-Known Member

    Check out John Norrell's website. He make a pretty mean integral can, and maintainance is DIY.
  7. tallpaul

    tallpaul Well-Known Member

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