I'm ready to take the plunge info suppressors, and I think I'm going to start with a .22 can. What I plan to put it on are a Browning Buckmark (will get a trail-lite barrel) and an AR-15 with drop in .22lr conversion. Full-auto rated is not a requirement, as I do not have any full auto, and if I do later, those are rich man's problems. So far my wish list and why is, User serviceable (I want to be able to clean it out) lightweight (I don't want a can as heavy as the browning mounted to the threads) QD mounting (seems like this would be better than 1/2x28 threading) quiet as possible without paying double what other cans cost Am I making too big a deal out of wanting quick disconnect? Are the "all aluminum" suppressors even aluminum on the mounting threads? I would think the steel barrel threads could quickly and easily wreck those threads. Thank you.