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Old 04-27-2010, 08:00 PM
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beautiful! Who did the threading?
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Suppressors on 22/45 are ffffffffffuuuuuuuunnnnnnnn!!!!.

I have a HTG Universal that fits on a MKII upper and still retains the stock front sight that also will switch over to a 10/22 when needed.

I put a rubber bolt stop in the 10/22 to minimize that action noise but haven't found anything to quiet the 22/45 action noise.

Any suggestions??????

I've shot my 10/22 with CCI SV and had people 50 yards away in the outdoors not be able to hear the report. What is heard is the bullet smack when it hits something like rocks or water. You will see heads rip around to see what the noise was that hit a rock and then they look around to see where it came from. The suppressors destroy the sound trail that enables you to "backtrack" the sound source.
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Old 05-11-2010, 02:07 PM
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beautiful! Who did the threading?
Thanks - Jim Pixley at Jp Grips & Machine. His email is [email protected]

The total cost was $105.00 with the thread protector (made from barrel stub). Had it back in about 5 days!!! With mailing, that works out to about 2 days turn around. The work is absolutely excellent, and he is very easy to do business with.

Website is http://www.jpgrips.com/

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