Lucky you're in VA. $200 tax stamp, then the cost of the supressor if it's for the P22. More hardware needed if it's for your other two firearms (threading barrel, adaptor etc).
Consider this however. A supressor does indeed cut down on the crack of the report by ~30db and can generally be used without needing earmuffs. But understand you'll still need to shoot the gun at a range, so is it really worth ~$600 to still need muffs as everyone else will be shooting their unsupressed gun?
You may be one of the lucky few that has some serious acreage on your property and can plink away at a hillside, but I wasn't and decided it was not worth the expense and hassle.
Last edited by chris in va; July 28, 2009 at 05:19 PM.