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Old 06-18-2017, 08:11 PM
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Wow. I just got my first .22 suppressor out of jail and headed to the range with my 1022 lvt that I had sent to Randy from cpc for tune up to action, trigger & threading of barrel for the suppressor.

Shot it for the first time. Used the suppressor and sighted in with CCI standards. Unreal-- was punching a 5/8" hole with 10 shots at 50 yds. The dot on my leupold scope covered nearly that diameter at that distance! Everything was perfect. Then did the same with Eley subsonic HP and found impact and grouping the same and all ready for squirrel hunting. Never thought a 1022 could shoot this well or this dependable. Shoots right up there with my 35 yr old Remington 541s bolt action.

Yea, the suppressor was about as neat as you could imagine. Only sound was the action of the gun and a minor click. So much Fun !!

I had researched all this on this site and am so pleased with the resulting product.
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Old 06-18-2017, 10:21 PM
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Which suppressor?
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Old 06-19-2017, 12:45 PM
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Wow. I just got my first .22 suppressor out of jail and headed to the range with my 1022 lvt that I had sent to Randy from cpc for tune up to action, trigger & threading of barrel for the suppressor.

Shot it for the first time. Used the suppressor and sighted in with CCI standards. Unreal-- was punching a 5/8" hole with 10 shots at 50 yds. The dot on my leupold scope covered nearly that diameter at that distance! Everything was perfect. Then did the same with Eley subsonic HP and found impact and grouping the same and all ready for squirrel hunting. Never thought a 1022 could shoot this well or this dependable. Shoots right up there with my 35 yr old Remington 541s bolt action.

Yea, the suppressor was about as neat as you could imagine. Only sound was the action of the gun and a minor click. So much Fun !!

I had researched all this on this site and am so pleased with the resulting product.
I couldn't agree more! Shooting suppressed and then having an accurate rifle to do that from, is way more fun than what a person should be allowed to have with his/her clothes still on.
I put this one together with the idea I might get a rifle that's quieter than a "mouse fart":

Federsen Barrel
Hogue Stock
KIDD Trigger
VC "Firefly" Bolt
Nikon P223 4-12X scope
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Function is flawless using CCI Quiet ammunition, and like yours, there's more mechanical noise than anything out of the barrel. Nice to shoot without muffs. Really hard not to smile.
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Old 06-19-2017, 05:34 PM
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Wow. I just got my first .22 suppressor out of jail and headed to the range with my 1022 lvt that I had sent to Randy from cpc for tune up to action, trigger & threading of barrel for the suppressor.

Shot it for the first time. Used the suppressor and sighted in with CCI standards. Unreal-- was punching a 5/8" hole with 10 shots at 50 yds. The dot on my leupold scope covered nearly that diameter at that distance! Everything was perfect. Then did the same with Eley subsonic HP and found impact and grouping the same and all ready for squirrel hunting. Never thought a 1022 could shoot this I well or this dependable. Shoots right up there with my 35 yr old Remington 541s bolt action.

Yea, the suppressor was about as neat as you could imagine. Only sound was the action of the gun and a minor click. So much Fun !!

I had researched all this on this site and am so pleased with the resulting product.
Glad to hear it. I had Randy do similar work to my LVT. Now, I need my stamp. Hopefully, the YHM Stinger does a nice job for me.
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Old 06-19-2017, 08:17 PM
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I'm not sure what kind of suppressor is you guys are using, but I have the Tactical Solutions Axiom .And once I did a minor sighting in it's like a laser half inch groups at 50 yards with CCI standard velocity .The best part is now I can shoot right in my backyard. I think a suppressor for a .22 makes perfect sense weather rifle or handgun.
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I only have one, and it was purchased a couple years ago from the company ( Steve Lauer ) that sells Dura-Coat down in Chippewa Falls, WI.

I've been told, and have read, where many, if not all, of the requirements to get a suppressor are being eradicated and they will become available without a tax stamp, or the wait involved with that. It will be a refreshing bit of news if it comes to fruition, and we can order suppressors like we do a firearm, or get one from a LGS.
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I only have one, and it was purchased a couple years ago from the company ( Steve Lauer ) that sells Dura-Coat down in Chippewa Falls, WI.

I've been told, and have read, where many, if not all, of the requirements to get a suppressor are being eradicated and they will become available without a tax stamp, or the wait involved with that. It will be a refreshing bit of news if it comes to fruition, and we can order suppressors like we do a firearm, or get one from a LGS.



Oh my.. that would be sweet!!!
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Old 06-20-2017, 10:19 AM
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I only have one, and it was purchased a couple years ago from the company ( Steve Lauer ) that sells Dura-Coat down in Chippewa Falls, WI.

I've been told, and have read, where many, if not all, of the requirements to get a suppressor are being eradicated and they will become available without a tax stamp, or the wait involved with that. It will be a refreshing bit of news if it comes to fruition, and we can order suppressors like we do a firearm, or get one from a LGS.
Would be great but I don't think in our lifetime
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element 2 suppressor
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Old 06-20-2017, 11:55 PM
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I don't see that hearing protection act (or whatever its called) passing anytime soon. Seriously, I would love to go to a sporting goods store and buy a supressor all day long, but I can't see that ever really happenning to where one can go purchase one at will. Cops likely are not going to be too keen on the idea of possibly being shot at (or civilians for that matter) with a suppressed firearm aiding in covering up the location its coming from, and making it that attainable just doesn't add up. Too many wacknuts out there already. I don't see them giving them free reign on adding this to the mix.
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Here's a page from the April/2017 "American Rifleman", concerning how the BATF-E and the NRA feels about suppressors and their use in America:

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