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Favorite 22 can??

Thread in 'Class III & NFA Discussion' started by jcountry, Aug 27, 2018.

  1. jcountry

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    I'd like something durable and easy to clean....

    Gonna be using probably a Mark 2 and a buckmark as hosts. Maybe a 10/22 also.....

    Semi-auto. FA will never be a possibility with my bank account.

    Any recs?
     
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    ARC-22 by Dobbs Defense, only 4oz and 116db. 1st baffle is s/s and it's easy to clean if you want to clean it. Mine seems to run more quiet when it's a little dirty

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    I have a couple of Dobbs Evercore's but have never owned anything else to compare them to.

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    The Dobbs may be one of the best value propositions out there.

    Good luck with your search!
     
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    I’ve got a dead air mask, Thompson machine and HTA. Dead air is the best of the bunch but my HTA gets a lot of time on my 15-22 SBR in binary mode. It’s cheap and my only individual, so it takes the majority of the beatings. And is doing very well all things considered
     
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    I’ve got a gen 1 Sig .22 can. I like their Gen 2 can much better.

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    Is the gen1 user serviceable?
    Thinking about getting one at some point as my LGS has a few on sale that they are trying to get rid of.
     
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    Silencerco Spectre II is what a I'm running. Quiet and all steel.
     
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    I definitely stay away from all aluminum 22 cans, go stainless baffles and eat the weight difference. I’ve ruined my arc22 trying to clean the all aluminum baffles.
     
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    Absolutely. Fully user serviceable, all stainless steel baffles with an inner sleeve. 2 mounts, one for 1/2x28 one for metric threads. Rated for full auto, .22lr, .22 Maggie and 17 HMR.
    Only downfall is outer diameter is a little large in comparison to other rimfire cans but honestly makes for a beefier looking can and decent tone.
     
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