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The Wabbit Must Die!

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by dinosaur, Jun 22, 2004.

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  1. dinosaur

    dinosaur Member

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    I've been thinking of picking up a silenced .22 pistol and I'm looking for some advice. I know the drill about purchasing and there's a class III dealer in town who sells them. I'm asking what would be a good setup at a reasonable price.

    I see them all the time at gunshows also but I never paid any attention so my knowledge on the subject is nil.
     
  2. boofus

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    The cheapest ones I've seen are the Walther P22s with threaded adapter and something like the Bowers suppressor. The whole setup goes for about $400 if I remember correctly. Check out www.tacticalinc.com or www.dndguns.com they got the package deals there.

    I thought about getting a P22 to M16 adapter and then a M16 to Mk23 adapter and using my .45acp suppressor on it but it would be cheaper to just get a .22 suppressor, and probably quieter too. :rolleyes:
     
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    Wascally Wabbit

    Cheaper and simpler to set a wabbit twap...:p
     
  4. andrew17

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    Shhhh,,,be veweee vewee qui-yet,,huh huh huh huh
    I dont have one but I've always wanted a ruger MK11 sue-pressed.
    I think this setup would be fairly affordable to buy /shoot
    Also, if you stick with a screw on type, you can have other guns threaded to accept the suupressoor. Kinda the most quiet for your buck. ;)
    check out www.soundtechsilencers.com and read their faq. Pretty interesting stuff.
    Gemtech silencers seem to be real popular too.
     
  5. Sylvilagus Aquaticus

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    Another recommendation for Gem Tech.:cool:

    dino, checked out getting a CLEO sign off???
     
  7. dinosaur

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    1911Tuner, The wabbit has many, many fwiends!:what:

    Badger, yeah we go shooting together and he's cool with it. He probably hopes he gets here first when I drop dead and that my safes are open.:uhoh: :scrutiny:

    Thanks for the sites. Interesting stuff.
     
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