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    22LR suppressor

    I have 2 barrels out getting threaded to 1/2-28. Now I have found rim fire suppressors prices all over the place. I plan on using one for back yard shooting and plinking. I would hope to keep it around 200 bucks for one. Are the ones sub 300-400 good? Or do I just need to look into building one with a different form?
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    I have a Rebel Silencer Micro 22. Very happy with it.
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    I have a Gemtech Outback II. If I had to do it over again, I would buy one that is user serviceable. 22Lr Silencers are lots of fun.

    If you are going to pay a 200 tax, the price of the silencer is somewhat unremarkable. Just buy the one you want but get one that will last.
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    Buy a Sparrow and never look back.

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    I'm looking for one serviceable. but don't wan to spend 400-500 bucks on. I can build one for about 250. When I do my next stamp for 30 I plan on building one that is only 300 instead of 1000.
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    "I stopped worrying about MOA (minute of angle) years ago. Now I just worry about MOD (minute of dead)" courtesy of Riverppig.

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    Look at the griffen armament optimus mine is still in taxstamp jail due to make parole next month. It fits from 300 win mag to .17 and is user service able meaning you can clean it. I have a 300$ 22 can and it works well , I shoot in the back yard, subsonic are what I use they are lower noise. The one size fits all are cheaper.
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