Which .22 Pistols come threaded for suppressor

Discussion in 'Handguns' started by cnl390, Oct 5, 2009.

  1. cnl390

    cnl390 Active Member

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    I am going to get a .22 cal semi auto with the intent of adding a suppressor. My question is two fold...
    1) which .22 autos come already threaded
    2) out of these which ones are considered the best

    Thanks
     


  2. Texas1911

    Texas1911 TGT Addict

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    Sig Mosquito (Don't Suggest)
    Walther P22

    Those are the only two I know of at the moment.

    You can always convert most existing .22's as well, but you'll need a gunsmith, or an aftermarket upper half (Tactical Innovations).

    If you get a tilting barrel .22 then you'll probably want a can with a booster, otherwise fixed barrel designs like the Ruger Mk. III and Browning Buckmark don't require them.
     
  3. DirtyD

    DirtyD Well-Known

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    The Sig is notorious for liking the high dollar high velocity ammo, my P22 does phenomenal with a can and subsonic ammo..... If you want to put a can on and run a damn near silent gun for cheap (relativley speaking, of course) the P22 is the way to go.
     
  4. sltintexas

    sltintexas New Member

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    +1 on not suggesting a sig mosquito. You have shoot the expensive stuff out of it for it to function reliably.
     
  5. android

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    I don't have the threaded part for my P22, but I've seen them. I was thinking about getting it and the flash suppressor just because it looks cool. You should check out the Walther forum on the the Rimfire Central site. There are lots of good suggestion and tips for the P22.
     
  6. dday

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    p22 for sure
     
  7. smax

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    Buckmark + Tactical Solutions barrel.

    I like Buckmarks quite a bit, personally. I've known a few people that had very picky P22s.
     

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