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Old March 27th, 2009, 08:41 PM   #1
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IDF Ruger 10/22 suppressed sniper rifle

http://www.ruger1022.com/docs/israeli_sniper.htm
I found this to be interesting .


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Old March 27th, 2009, 08:51 PM   #2
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That is interesting. Good find.


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Excellent article.....a few weeks ago there was as big arguement on RFC if a 10/22 can be "tactical" and this proved it so.
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Old March 28th, 2009, 10:01 AM   #4
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[The test showed that the Ruger was more lethal then thought especially in upper body injuries.]

Those Isralies must not know what thier talking about! Why on some gun forums I've heard the armchair experts say a .22 will just piss off the person and they'll take the gun away from you and beat you to death with it!
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Old March 28th, 2009, 10:55 AM   #5
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The supperessed 10/22 is the funnest rifle I own.


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Old March 28th, 2009, 12:25 PM   #6
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mine was the funnest until yesterday when i picked up my AK47
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Old March 28th, 2009, 06:01 PM   #7
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My "funnest" is a .22LR dedicated upper for an AR. The 10/22 is a close second.
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Old March 28th, 2009, 06:04 PM   #8
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The supperessed 10/22 is the funnest rifle I own.
in its stock form it was fun, with the supressed sbr krinker plinker kit with folding stock, its downright insanity! its one of my favorite investments.


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Old March 28th, 2009, 08:05 PM   #9
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Excellent article.....a few weeks ago there was as big arguement on RFC if a 10/22 can be "tactical" and this proved it so.
thanks!
But lets compare the Bubba's Tactical 10/22 with the Israeli "Tactical" 10/22




I'm not saying the second gun isn't a fun paper puncher and maybe even taking out the occasional varmints... But in that setup, it has no use "tactically"...
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But lets compare the Bubba's Tactical 10/22 with the Israeli "Tactical" 10/22




I'm not saying the second gun isn't a fun paper puncher and maybe even taking out the occasional varmints... But in that setup, it has no use "tactically"...
here's the link the whole entire argument if 10/22 and "tactical" can be used together as "tactical 10/22"

http://www.rimfirecentral.com/forums...d.php?t=261114

My position in this arguement was I didn't have a position becuase I just didn't care.

Apparently a number of the old farts were offended by the use of the term "tactical." Like i said, I really didn't give a flying f*ck and didn't care to argue but was entertained by the remarks in this month long b*tchslapping thread.

As a result...I coined the word "tactikicazz" just to please the old farts. To this day I still don't have opinion regardless what accessories or how black or evil one makes their 10/22.


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Old March 29th, 2009, 08:01 AM   #11
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here's the link the whole entire argument if 10/22 and "tactical" can be used together as "tactical 10/22"

http://www.rimfirecentral.com/forums...d.php?t=261114

My position in this arguement was I didn't have a position becuase I just didn't care.

Apparently a number of the old farts were offended by the use of the term "tactical." Like i said, I really didn't give a flying f*ck and didn't care to argue but was entertained by the remarks in this month long b*tchslapping thread.

As a result...I coined the word "tactikicazz" just to please the old farts. To this day I still don't have opinion regardless what accessories or how black or evil one makes their 10/22.
I only quoted you because you brought up a thread about it I too don't care what anyone does with their rifles... For all I care you can put fairy wings on it and shoot shotshells full of glitter As long as it gets people out shooting, it's a good thing. But to say that a 10/22 setup like an AR is anything other then a trainer is just kind of silly... You're not going to use a .22 to clear house...For that matter none of my personal guns are going to be used to clear a house, because I'm not in the military...but you don't see the guys who do clear houses using anything chambered in .22


And Jeep, thats sweet... Am I correct in thinking thats a full length integrated suppressor?
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And Jeep, thats sweet... Am I correct in thinking thats a full length integrated suppressor?
Yep, it's a .920 OD Tactical Solution "Sawtooth" barrel. They are great because they will fit into any bull barrel stock, no need to modify a stock for 1" OD barrels like most that are on the market.

It's 10" of barrel and 6" or suppressor. It's easily soda can accurate at 50 yards, and that's kinda what I built it for any way. It's fun faving a can of soda or beer popping and that's louder then the gun you shot it with!

It's the same barrel & suppressor as the GemTech Oasis-R barrel set up. Tactical Solutions makes the barrel for GemTech. I just skiped the GemTech mark up, which was almost the cost of the tax stamp !


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Old April 2nd, 2009, 11:57 AM   #14
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[The test showed that the Ruger was more lethal then thought especially in upper body injuries.]

Those Isralies must not know what thier talking about! Why on some gun forums I've heard the armchair experts say a .22 will just piss off the person and they'll take the gun away from you and beat you to death with it!


Yeah, the original purpose of the gun was to "quietly and non-lethaly" remove the lead aggitators and ringleaders of protests and riots without alarming the crowd around them like a centerfire rifleshot with the accompanying blood and tissue explosion would do. Basically a wet slapping sound that would get lost in the crowd noise and the intended target gets removed from the picture without obvious wounds.

Problem is, the targets were too consistantly "de-animated" by the rifle... FAIL.


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I only quoted you because you brought up a thread about it I too don't care what anyone does with their rifles... For all I care you can put fairy wings on it and shoot shotshells full of glitter As long as it gets people out shooting, it's a good thing. But to say that a 10/22 setup like an AR is anything other then a trainer is just kind of silly... You're not going to use a .22 to clear house...

i agree, its a hobby do what you want. its your $$


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Old April 2nd, 2009, 01:32 PM   #17
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I have one that is nearly identical.
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Accurized .22s have their place in an urban LE environment. Take the TacOps Green Hornet for instance.

http://www.snipercentral.com/greenhornet.htm



The purpose of this rifle is to quietly take out lights, guard dogs, etc, while a tactical team is prepping for entry.

It's not a 10/22, but the concept is similar. The suppressor is integrated into the barrel.


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Yep, it's a .920 OD Tactical Solution "Sawtooth" barrel. They are great because they will fit into any bull barrel stock, no need to modify a stock for 1" OD barrels like most that are on the market.

It's 10" of barrel and 6" or suppressor. It's easily soda can accurate at 50 yards, and that's kinda what I built it for any way. It's fun faving a can of soda or beer popping and that's louder then the gun you shot it with!

It's the same barrel & suppressor as the GemTech Oasis-R barrel set up. Tactical Solutions makes the barrel for GemTech. I just skiped the GemTech mark up, which was almost the cost of the tax stamp !
So what could us non-employees get that barrel for?

ETA: Also, what is your thoughts on a Gemtech Halo, and ammo like this:

http://www.impactguns.com/store/854257000579.html

Granted, it turns your AR into a single shot, but it's a 100gr bullet, subsonic.


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So what could us non-employees get that barrel for?

ETA: Also, what is your thoughts on a Gemtech Halo, and ammo like this:

http://www.impactguns.com/store/854257000579.html

Granted, it turns your AR into a single shot, but it's a 100gr bullet, subsonic.
If you have a suppressor on the weapon, it cycles just fine, says so in the ad
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