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I haven't made a .22 suppressor order in a while.  I finally sold all my Guardian 22's that I bought in bulk before they went under.  Anyone have a recommendation on an expensive, $100 dealer cost price range for a .22 can?  I've checked all my distributors and seems no one has anything in stock or even close to this price point.  Thanks.


  Davy Keith,
  Four Laws of Firearm Safety
  1. The gun is always loaded
  2. Never let the muzzle point at anything you are not willing to destroy
  3. Keep your booger hook off the trigger until your sights are on the target
  4. Always be sure of your target and what is behind it
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418 Pittman Rd.
Ellisville, MS 39437
(601)319-2675
(877)852-9532 Fax
 
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Have you tried Inland? Just got one of their cans, MSRP is $189.99

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13 hours ago, BrettBaker said:

Have you tried Inland? Just got one of their cans, MSRP is $189.99

Just sent an email to them.  Interesting concept "Suppressor Foam" to make a monolithic quiet.  Typically monolithic cans are not that great on suppression.  I wish Huntertown didn't go under the baffle can was very quiet and at $99 dealer cost couldn't beat it.


  Davy Keith,
  Four Laws of Firearm Safety
  1. The gun is always loaded
  2. Never let the muzzle point at anything you are not willing to destroy
  3. Keep your booger hook off the trigger until your sights are on the target
  4. Always be sure of your target and what is behind it
uc?id=0B55KHZZG8rMwNmpZVUhLeHEzTlU&expor
418 Pittman Rd.
Ellisville, MS 39437
(601)319-2675
(877)852-9532 Fax
 
FFL 1-64-03368

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Rebel silencers out of texas. Ive sold alot of their cans. 

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2 minutes ago, kirk in wisc said:

Rebel silencers out of texas. Ive sold alot of their cans. 

I applied and sent them an email.  Crickets.....Also it says on their website that their .22 cans are unavailable.

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  Davy Keith,
  Four Laws of Firearm Safety
  1. The gun is always loaded
  2. Never let the muzzle point at anything you are not willing to destroy
  3. Keep your booger hook off the trigger until your sights are on the target
  4. Always be sure of your target and what is behind it
uc?id=0B55KHZZG8rMwNmpZVUhLeHEzTlU&expor
418 Pittman Rd.
Ellisville, MS 39437
(601)319-2675
(877)852-9532 Fax
 
FFL 1-64-03368

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I always get a pretty fast responce from them. Alot of times i can chat with them right away. I do know they are really growing and have been taking awhile to fill orders, as they are back logged. 

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I have two 22 cans that I have not shot that much. One is a Guardian and the other was made by NFA Inv. Both work fine with no baffle strikes at all. If you'd like to see a pic just send me an email. RCMoles@suddenlink.net

 

You can have both cans for $100 a piece or $200 total. Plus S&H.

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Agree 100% about Huntertown. Have a Micro Guardian, it's great. Hollywood quiet on a 15/22!

And the "Decibel Foam" is great stuff, you can definitely tell when the can is running dry.

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