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Old November 23, 2008, 02:22 PM   #1
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Newest .22lr Integrally Suppressed Pistol

After about 3 months the ATF approved the F4 and I got to pick up my newest suppressed pistol this weekend. It is a High Standard HD-Military Suppressed. It is not an original but retains the looks. The silencer includes a ported barrel that vents into an expansion chamber with screen like the original (the original used bronze screen -- I will use stainless steel) and K baffles in front of the expansion chamber (the original used screen disks). The suppressor can be completely disassembled for cleaning. It is accurate and quiet.



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Top to Bottom: SRT Professional, High Standard HD-Military Suppressed, AAC Phoenix, Serbu Siris

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Old November 25, 2008, 01:09 AM   #2
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What velocities do you get with HV and SV ammo? How much is this reduced compared to unported barrels? Thanks.

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Old November 26, 2008, 12:58 AM   #3
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What velocities do you get with HV and SV ammo? How much is this reduced compared to unported barrels? Thanks.

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It varies some from integral to integral based on the location and size of the porting. With CCI Minimag I get a about 1000 fps from the Phoenix and SRT Integral. In a pistol with no porting I got a little over 1120 fps so the difference is about 120-150 fps. The Siris runs about 100 fps less so it likely has more aggressive porting or a shorter barrel. I have not chrono'd the suppressed High Standard yet. For the SV, the difference between the integral and no can is 50 fps to 100 fps -- the integrally suppressed V for the first two is around 875fps to 900 fps while the Siris runs about 800 fps.
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Old November 28, 2008, 01:28 AM   #4
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Old November 30, 2008, 03:02 PM   #5
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Very nice.
I have always wanted one of those. I can remember seeing those in magazines and books since I was a young kid.
Does that one you have look just like the originals ? I have never seen an original up close.


FWIW: I have the AAC Phoenix rifle and pistol. I really like the integrally suppressed .22s. I would like to get an integral bolt gun.
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These things are like potato chips, it seems. Betcha can't have just one!
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