Rated for full-auto use with .22 LR ammunition, Ruger’s new Silent-SR suppressor features a titanium body for extreme strength while being lightweight. A pushed-cone detail on the baffle aids in redirecting gases and sound, helping the suppressor achieve a phenomenal 40-decibel sound suppression.
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An aluminum rear cap helps keep the Silent-SR light and agile, while a stainless steel threaded mount interfaces with the threads on your muzzle to ensure long service life and perfect bore alignment. Stainless steel is also used in the baffles to extend the product’s service life, and in the front cap for safety.
Ruger’s goal was to create a highly functional suppressor while paying attention to overall weight and the effect of natural point-of-aim shifts of adding it to the muzzle of handguns and rifles.
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The Silent-SR measures just over 5 inches long, just over 1 inch wide and weighs 6.3 ounces. It interfaces with standard 1/2×28 threads, and is rated for .22 LR, .17 HMR and .22 WMR ammunition.
For more information on the Silent-SR and other products from Ruger, please visit ruger.com.
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