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Old April 18, 2010, 04:55 PM   #1
JakzmA07
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Ruger .22 Mark I,II,III w/integrated silencer

I am trying to find a Ruger 22. Mark I,II,III with an integrated silencer, just for kicks. I like the way they look.

I have found one on this website, but they sell a Mark III with a 7 inch integrated silencer. I am looking for something much, much shorter, preferably the same size as the barrel 4 to 5 inches maybe.

Does anyone know of where I can find one like that? Or maybe where I could send a ruger .22 once I buy it stock?

Thanks for the help.
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Old April 18, 2010, 06:23 PM   #2
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Where in TX are you? SAW, near Mesquite, TX stocks silenced Ruger semi-auto pistols.
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Old April 18, 2010, 07:15 PM   #3
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Mk III's are a bigger pain in the backside to take apart and put back together than a MKII ( I own a suppressed MKII 22/45 and my dad has a Suppressed MKIII 22/45)
I own a older AAC Phoenix intregal suppressor and he has a current Gemtech Oasis which is shorter and lighter than mine....and probley one of the more common all in one units you will run into now. Still not tiny however. Intregal suppressors just arent going to be the same lenth as a 4" inch unsuppressed ruger....and even if you went with one of the short barrel threaded ruger pistols and stuck a 4 or 5 inch screw on .22 suppressor on it, you are looking at the same lenth or longer than the intregal....AND you will have to run standard velocity or subsonics to avoid sonic crack (my barrel is ported and I can run any old High velocity(CCI Mini mags is recommended by AAC) in it and still not get the sonic crack) - there is no free ride in sound suppression.

Do find you a MKII to put what ever you get onto though, you will thank yourself.


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Old April 18, 2010, 11:11 PM   #4
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Short and loud go together, long and quiet go together, you can't have both.

I recommend you supply a MKII pistol and have Brent Hemphil build you one long.

http://www.fullysuppressed.com/
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Old April 22, 2010, 01:57 PM   #5
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Looks like fullysuppressed is using a mirror image shot for their cover page, unless Ruger has moved the chamber indicator and safety to the right side of their pistols
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