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Old 10-01-2011, 02:18 AM   #1
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From what I've seen it looks like at least some of the P22's have a barrel set up to accept an adapter which would allow a suppressor to be used. I obviously don't own a P22 but I bought the Colt/Walther 1911 .22 and it looks like Umarex used the exact same setup for that pistol. It has a small piece on the end of the barrel notched in two places that is removed to add an adapter. I ordered one today for it, as suggested by Umarex. It was only 45.00 and the pistol has already proved itself incredibly reliable so I don't mind throwing a few more bucks at it and add to the setup.
Anyway, I was wondering who of our members had installed an adapter and used a suppressor with their P22? Or a Walther/Colt 1911 rimfire for that matter? And how were you satisfied? Any input is appreciated. ~J
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Old 10-01-2011, 12:24 PM   #3
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Thank you King Tanfo. I didn't recall this thread. I believe the 1911 rimfire works just like this example of the P22. Appreciated. ~J
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Here you go...and yes, very satisfied!! The P22 is a great host for a suppressor!!

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Here you go...and yes, very satisfied!! The P22 is a great host for a suppressor!!

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Fantastic. May I inquire, what suppressor did you go with and where did you get it? Thanks for the info. ~J
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My particular can is an AAC Element. Now is a great time to get a .22 can. There are many quality suppressors out there. Do your homework and look around. My advice to you would be to get a user-servicable suppressor. .22's are notoriously dirty and you want to be able to take it apart to clean. Look into AAC, SilencerCo,SWR, and Liberty to name a few. A suppressor is a lifetime investment so try to spend a little more and get a quality product. I highly recommend talking to Bryon at MajorMalfunction.com for all your suppressor needs. He's great to deal with and usually has the best prices. Good luck!!!
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My particular can is an AAC Element. Now is a great time to get a .22 can. There are many quality suppressors out there. Do your homework and look around. My advice to you would be to get a user-servicable suppressor. .22's are notoriously dirty and you want to be able to take it apart to clean. Look into AAC, SilencerCo,SWR, and Liberty to name a few. A suppressor is a lifetime investment so try to spend a little more and get a quality product. I highly recommend talking to Bryon at MajorMalfunction.com for all your suppressor needs. He's great to deal with and usually has the best prices. Good luck!!!
Many thanks for the info!!!
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