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    mild steel 22lr suppressor

    Is there anyone who makes mild steel suppressors?
    i have an idea in mind that calls for one

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    I think MAE make one , Parker Hale still do , as do Ase Utra

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    Do tell?

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    I am going to perminantly fit the suppressor via my mig welder so that the finished length of the barrel will be 10 inches ish depending on the suppressor length.
    22 is a pos single shot and this is a trial, so I can have a nice quiet suppressed rifle that dosent catch on the bush and brush while its over my shoulder

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    Ahhh.... So you are going poaching lol?

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    Nah a 22 is no good for poaching, this is for work and shooting wild cats without having to lug around a long awkward 22 that no matter how long the barrel is the velocity is subsonic. So why not have it short and quiet while still being legal. I think it's win win
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    The day I'm Alloud to hunt with a pistol 22 ill get one
    Till then I'm bound to 762mm
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill999 View Post
    Nah a 22 is no good for poaching, this is for work and shooting wild cats without having to lug around a long awkward 22 that no matter how long the barrel is the velocity is subsonic. So why not have it short and quiet while still being legal. I think it's win win
    Yeah I agree, I'm just playing haha

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    Time to start lobbying PNZ about handgun hunting

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    Quote Originally Posted by gimp View Post
    Time to start lobbying PNZ about handgun hunting
    I agree
    A big fast bullet beats a little fast bullet every time

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    gah too hard.
    i cant hit shit with a pistol anyway

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    Cool idea Bill, I like it.

    You could drill/pin the suppressor on and then spot weld over the pin holes. This would be a tidy way of doing it without over heating the barrel.

    kj

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    If you could hunt with a pistol legally it would almost be worth having pig dogs.... Almost

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    my welds resemble a turkey perch i dont think over penetration is going to be an issue

    the pinning type of attachment -ala muzzlebreak type did cross my mind but i think a shallow weld on the back of the supp joining it to the barrel will suffice that and some lock tight should do it

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    all I want is a convincingly over the top amount of weld to asure anyone looking at it that that is isnt going to come off even if someone trys really hard

 

 

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