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Old 02-06-2013, 09:53   #1
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Video: Suppressed Ruger 22/45

Well I finally bought my first Ruger!


I can't wait to modify it! I also scored a brick of PMC moderator subsonic ammo yesterday so I'll have to see if its better than the remington garbage subsonic.
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Old 02-06-2013, 12:36   #2
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Volquartsen trigger is the best purchase I have made on mine, so much better than stock trigger.
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Old 02-06-2013, 14:29   #3
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great video as always :-) that is actually the gun I want to get but not to replace my P 22, just as an additional host for my Gemtech Alpine. I love your videos because they are what inspired me to get off my lazy butt and get my suppressor:-) keep them coming and we'll keep watching!


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Old 02-06-2013, 16:24   #4
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Thanks for the vid. I love my 22/45. I have the larger target model with the bull barrel and removable grips.

A buddy of mine has the threaded model like yours. Awesome pistol.

May have to get a threaded version myself and go through the legal process of getting a suppressor. It's just so much fun to shoot.
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Old 02-06-2013, 19:12   #5
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great video as always :-) that is actually the gun I want to get but not to replace my P 22, just as an additional host for my Gemtech Alpine. I love your videos because they are what inspired me to get off my lazy butt and get my suppressor:-) keep them coming and we'll keep watching!


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Old 02-06-2013, 19:13   #6
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I wish mine had that nice flow but the barrel on mine is stepped down. Ahhh the OCD in me
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Old 02-07-2013, 17:20   #8
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Fireman,

Nice video, thanks for posting that.

I have a 22/45 like yours, except that mine came with no sights, only a Picatinny rail on top.

I use an AAC silencer on mine, and I find that I don't need to use subsonic ammo. It's very quiet with regular ammo.

That's not true, however, on my 10/22 rifle with the same silencer. Shooting supersonic ammo in it is like having no silencer at all.

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Nice video, thanks for posting that.

I have a 22/45 like yours, except that mine came with no sights, only a Picatinny rail on top.

I use an AAC silencer on mine, and I find that I don't need to use subsonic ammo. It's very quiet with regular ammo.

That's not true, however, on my 10/22 rifle with the same silencer. Shooting supersonic ammo in it is like having no silencer at all.

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I'll have to try other "bulk pack" 22lr when it becomes available again. I'll chrono it and see if I can find a slightly weaker load so it stays subsonic.
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I'll have to try other "bulk pack" 22lr when it becomes available again. I'll chrono it and see if I can find a slightly weaker load so it stays subsonic.
Good morning

Question about your backstop....is it just a dirt mound? If I wanted to shoot in my garage, what would be safe to use as a backstop? MANY layers of cardboard? 2X4s?

Any info is greatly appreciated

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Fireman,

Nice video, thanks for posting that.

I have a 22/45 like yours, except that mine came with no sights, only a Picatinny rail on top.

I use an AAC silencer on mine, and I find that I don't need to use subsonic ammo. It's very quiet with regular ammo.

That's not true, however, on my 10/22 rifle with the same silencer. Shooting supersonic ammo in it is like having no silencer at all.

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Most bulk pack .22 stays subsonic out of pistols according to my chrongraph.
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Nice vids! You are killin my wallet.
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Most bulk pack .22 stays subsonic out of pistols according to my chrongraph.
For some reason I kept having rounds go supersonic, it sucked as I hate to use the more expensive subsonic.
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Question about your backstop....is it just a dirt mound? If I wanted to shoot in my garage, what would be safe to use as a backstop? MANY layers of cardboard? 2X4s?

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For some reason I kept having rounds go supersonic, it sucked as I hate to use the more expensive subsonic.
Weird, maybe the "freebore" effect of your can is enough to push it over. Have you ever chrono'd with/without the can?


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Weird, maybe the "freebore" effect of your can is enough to push it over. Have you ever chrono'd with/without the can?


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Great video. I've got the same pistol. About 3 months away on the dedicated can. I'm getting excited.
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Great video. I've got the same pistol. About 3 months away on the dedicated can. I'm getting excited.
What can did you choose?
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Wow, great video. I also have the 22/45 with a Sparrow silencer. I love shooting this combo as it has proven extremely quiet with almost every brand of ammo that I have used.
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