Ruger MK / 22/45 Pistol mod for Suppressor use

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Re: Ruger MK / 22/45 Pistol mod for Suppressor use

Post by srt-4_jon » 09 Oct 2011, 16:51

or you could just use your thumb. i personally have 0 use for a bolt action pistol

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Re: Ruger MK / 22/45 Pistol mod for Suppressor use

Post by srt-4_jon » 09 Oct 2011, 17:27

i do shoot my 22 suppressors alot and i have 6 different hosts for them. i just said i personally have no use for it. i just dont see the point in paying that kind of money for something that a) i wouldnt use a whole lot and b) something i could do for free.
have you tried holding it with your thumb? it does not hurt at all. and as for staying on target, i dont really get that one. either way you would have to rack the bolt.

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Re: Ruger MK / 22/45 Pistol mod for Suppressor use

Post by jmz5 » 09 Oct 2011, 17:48

That looks sweet, but for the price I could buy a single shot or bolt action pistol, lol. It looks like a great mod.
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Re: Ruger MK / 22/45 Pistol mod for Suppressor use

Post by srt-4_jon » 09 Oct 2011, 18:37

ahh gotcha.

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Re: Ruger MK / 22/45 Pistol mod for Suppressor use

Post by blueorison » 09 Oct 2011, 18:49

Yeah dude, that is a sweet option. I've always wanted a suppressed .22. I do not own a .22 (which is crazy since I've shot so darn many of them.. pretty much 90% of them) as I don't believe they pose a good "training" tool for even slightly-better-than-beginner shooters.

But when I get one, it will definitely be suppressed and have a short bbl for a shorter OAL.

And have the option of operating from a closed, non-cycling bolt. As you've said, though, this option is WAYYY to expensive.
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