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Best value in a .22 can?

Discussion in 'NFA & Class III Discussion' started by UnSafe, Oct 30, 2010.

  1. ssgrock3

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    oops, could have sworn I saw the .223 on the list.

    Well then I vote for the tac-16.
     
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    Hughes precision makes a good 22lr can you can shoot 22mag and 17 hmr through it. i have one on my 22lr upper for the m16 and it works like a champ. shoot me a pm and ill let you know how and where to get them.
     
  3. UnSafe

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    Thanks for the info! I paid the ransom when I built a SBS, but once again feel the urge to throw money at the Govt. for the "privilege" of owning a suppressor. Looks like the TAC 16 could be an option if cleaned between applications. Or, start with the lower cost .22LR can and stamp, then graduate to bigger and more expensive options, like a can that could cover my 458 SOCOM AR and G21.

    Choices, choices.... Cough....Money, money.
     
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    .22 should use a take apart can. once you start really shooting it, it will need cleaned. the spectre has been shot with .223 at full auto without exploding. please do not try it, but someone can link the video. the 5.7 is a viable intermediate cartridge. now a .22 can on a ar with a conversion is a very valuable learning tool.
     
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    For .22 rimfire I have the SWR Warlock and like it real well. They have one of the best warranties out there.
     
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    as long as it comes apart for cleaning any .22 can will be fine.
    A tac65 is going to be heavy, but is is the cheapest / most calibers that you can still pull apart to clean.
     
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    I have both of those cans and the tac 16 is too heavy and big for a 22 pistol. I had the exact same thoughts when I first started buying cans. Get one can for your 22 and another one for your 223 and you will be much happier. Im going to meter mine next week with a B&k sound meter. Should be interesting.
     
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    tac used to be the best value around. Now looks like the YHM Mite could be the on par or a bit less. Check the maj.
     
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    ok reading all this on suppressors , ive got rem 511, 22-45, 10-22, and thinking about one of the little walthers and would like a can to move around between them. what are the suggestions on which to get and where to get these threaded?
     
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    One of the new SilencerCo Sparrows is going to be hard to beat for the $$.
     

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