.22lr can?

Discussion in 'Class III / NFA' started by HKManiac, Nov 2, 2008.

  1. HKManiac

    HKManiac New Member

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    Probably going to get the outback, but any other recommendations.

    And you guys at talonarms, you guys have an outback II in stock?
     


  2. dane421

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    Outback II is a good can the warlock is better, I have them both.
     
  3. Gpz1100

    Gpz1100 Member

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    Fees for transfers are as follows

    my first can was one of Keiths aluminum 22 cans. worked so good later i had him build an integral on my old ruger mkI. we just started paperwork on a 223 can this past week. he does great work at reasonable prices.
     
  4. ducksps

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    we should have Warlock's and Outbacks in stock

    With the election things have been tough to keep in inventory but we should have some of both 22 cans available.

    The Warlock is a little better than the Outback but both are excellent and i personally own both. If someone were switching between a Warlock and Outback next to you it would be difficult to tell when the cans was swapped but paying close attention you can determine the difference.
     
  5. HKManiac

    HKManiac New Member

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    Aight, well I contacted you guys last week and referred me to adrienne to get my trust set up.. shes workin on it now she said next week she'll have it done, then im gonna order me an outback II
     
  6. schmellba99

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    You might want to look at the Tac-16's (I believe that's the right name anyway). Monolithic baffle stack, about half the volume of the gemtech, and quieter to boot as well.


    Gemtech's are pretty good, don't get me wrong.
     
  7. ducksps

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    Tac65

    Here is a link to the Tac65 which is Tactical Innocations 22lr can.

    TAC65 .22LR SUPPRESSOR Excellent Suppression, Easy To Clean by:

    Below is the link to Gemtech's Outback

    Gemtech Outback

    I have never shot the Tac65 but admit the can looks interesting.

    Actually the Gemtech appears to have slighly less volume than the Tac65. The Gemtech Outback is 5 inches long by 1 inch in diameter and the Tac 65 is 5.97 inches long by 1 inch in diameter.

    Below is a good review of the different 22 cans but you may need to create a free account to see.

    Please log in? (from the site http://www.silencerresearch.com )

    highlights,
    Tac65 124.8 suppressed

    Gemtech Outback 121.4 suppressed

    SWR Warlock 116.6 suppressed

    Of the 22 cans have shot the SWR Warlock is appeared the quitest but it is very close. I would enjoy an opportunity to try the Tac65 as it looks like a neat can.
     
  8. smee78

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    Quest

    I am waiting on my Quest from TI, I figured SS with disassembly for cleaning, what's not to like.

    smee78
     
  9. Madhouse

    Madhouse Active Member

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    Not sure if this is of interest to you, but I got the SWR Spectre which is a multi-caliber can.

    22lr, 5.7mm, 17HMR, 22WMR ... SWR - Products

    I have 2 pieces in .22lr and 2 pieces in 5.7, so this will be a multi-function can for me.
     
  10. byronw999

    byronw999 New Member

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    I've had the Outback for about 6 months.. Great can.. Real quiet on my 10/22 and Buckmaster using subsonics..
     

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