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Hello,

looking for recomendations on 22LR mods. Have been looking at Sak, DPT and Stalon RC.

What are you using for a decent .22 mod?

 

Thanks

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1 minute ago, panoma1 said:

I had no problem with my cheapo Parker Hale jobbie!.... but only used subs!

Me too, I bought a proofed 22 parker hale mod for not a lot of money for my Brno Mod 2. Using subs my pal reckons its quieter than is SAK

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SAK always worked for me on .22lr the round hitting the rabbit made more noise than the shot. I never saw the point of punting out loads of cash on .22lr mod as the SAK did the job perfectly for me.  

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If it's simply for subs then pretty much anything you like, if it's HV you may want to consider something reasonable.

Simple fact is you will be hard pressed to beat a SAK overall on ANY rimfire, I even run one on my WMR!

Edited by Dekers

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5 hours ago, Jbob said:

Me too, I bought a proofed 22 parker hale mod for not a lot of money for my Brno Mod 2. Using subs my pal reckons its quieter than is SAK

I used a PH for years on my Mod-2 it done the job, I then got a mod given off a member on PW which he had clipped the baffles.

Stripped it, sorted the baffles out etc & now use it instead of the PH, TBH it's quieter, shorter/fatter aprox 4" long, my go to mod when I'm out.

If only wanting one for 22 subs take your pick, anyone will do.

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My son's got an ASE mod on his. 3 times the price but no quieter than my SAK. Looks nice though. 

Edited by walshie

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Every now and again a product turns up that sets a standard.

The SAK is just such a product, it works, its well priced it has a great guarantee.

There may be others that might moderate SLIGHTLY better, but they tend to come at a weight/size/price premium, and Overall, few will ever find them advantageous.

You may have noticed the overwhelming vote for SAK here, for various very good reasons!

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Shot a Parker Hale mod on the 22RF for many many moons and the loudest sound you hear is the THUNK!!! as the bullet connects. I have a SAK as well and an ASE all do the job pretty well.

I was pushed once and put an old three chamber HUSHER on my 22RF and it was still absolutely silent.

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I use a DPT one, its the same mod i use on the .243, with subs the sound of the trigger is all you hear.

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SAK, better back to back on my 22 With 42gr subs than the atak that sits on my hmr

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14 hours ago, Major Sharpe said:

I'm not knocking SAK, by the way.

 

I have a SAK on my HMR...

Nor was I either. SAK do a job. I only chose the PH because it looked better on my rifle. In hindsight that may have been a mistake as cleaning a PH is a right PITA 🤦‍♂️ compared to other mods 

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SAK all the way, have one on my WMR, simply does what it’s supposed to. I scratched the outer tube very badly on one night time outing, a couple of emails to their Finnish(?) head office and they posted me a new outer tube absolutely free of charge even though the damage was my own stupid fault. 

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