Courtesy of Tactical Life
A year and change after introducing its first-ever suppressor, Ruger is at it again with its new Silent-SR ISB (Integrally Suppressed Barrel) designed for the 10/22 Takedown.
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Quickly and easily assembled to any Ruger 10/22 Takedown or 22 Charger, the Silent-SR ISB sports an induction-hardened breech with a cold hammer-forged barrel for easy takedown and accurate return-to-zero. The ISB is touted as reducing sound pressure levels of .22 LR to a 113.2 dB average with standard velocity ammo.
Its 16.2-inch barrel length makes the Silent-SR ISB easy to handle, and the relatively long barrel — compared to other integral suppressors — means the bullet generates energy nearly equivalent to that of a 16″ gun for consistent and accurate performance on target. The pushed-cone baffle geometry has been stretched to utilize the volume under the barrel, maximizing gunshot suppression without disturbing the bullet’s travel, the press release says.
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