So, my next suppressor is either going to be a .22 or 9mm can, and the .22 is starting to lead the way. What are my options for ultra-rugged .22 cans (meaning - made so I can disassemble them for cleaning, and made to last for thousands and thousands of rounds)? I like the AAC Element, and the SWR Spectre but mostly because they're both made from stainless (I presume that makes them heavier as well though). I'm a huge fan of AAC based mostly on their blog and just reading about the comparison of manufacturing processes of various makers. I don't know much about the .22 world of suppression though - I'd like to know more, but really want a high-end suppressor (its going to get a loooooot of use with my kids).