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S&W Model 422

Thread in 'Class III & NFA Discussion' started by H2O MAN, May 21, 2017.

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    Is the old S&W Model 422 with a 4.5" barrel a good choice for a suppressor host ?

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    I have yet to try one out, but ive wanted one for a while
     
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    That is my go to host. If you can find the 2213/2214 then you are talking real quiet:
     

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    Never tried one suppressed, but these are super cool guns to have and shoot. Too bad these are not made any longer.
     
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    I have three that are hosts.

    I prefer the 4" ish barrel or they get long!

    Team them up with Dobb's aluminum can, and the package is very light weight and quiet.

    Those stingers are not going to be that quiet though......

    https://www.ewkarms.com/zen8/index.php?main_page=product_info&products_id=7

    Erik has what you need. The barrel wrench is almost a must have, really seats the adaptor.

    Pick up a firing pin as well, the originals are brittle after a bunch of rounds.
     
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    I just placed my order with Erik.
    The Stingers are what came with it...
    what ammunition is recommended for shooting suppressed & un-suppressed?
     
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    Standard velocity is preferred, 1050 fps or less.

    Most of the 1200 fps (HV) still stays quietish in the 4.5" barrels, got cracky on my 6" barrel model.

    Edit- The pistol will handle the HV stuff fine, but I would not shoot the stingers or anything hotter than 1270 fps out of that barrel.
     
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    Because I also want to suppress a 22 WMR, I am considering the AAC Element 2

    Any thoughts on this suppressor?
     
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