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Old February 9, 2013, 09:35 PM   #14
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Dont forget to consider a .223 suppressor which would allow you to go up to a .223 rifle and also your 22lr.

Using a 22lr dedicated means it may not handle the pressure of a 223 so you dont get the best of both worlds.
Using a centerfire rifle can on a 22 just isn't practical considering size and weight, not to mention the lead build up issue if the can isn't serviceable.

A rimfire can WILL NOT handle the pressures of 223 or any other centerfire cartridges.

Get a rimfire can for rimfires, and a rifle can for centerfires, there is no best of both worlds here.
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