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Old May 23rd, 2020, 08:49 AM #1
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Ruger ISB $325

Working with a local FFL that has access to 8 of these at $325 (plus obviously the tax stamp). It is a killer deal. He would extend the deal to everyone. Let me know if youíre interested and Iíll have him hold xx amount.

https://ruger.com/micros/silent-sr-ISB/index.html
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This is VERY tempting.
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I'd be down if I wasn't moving to NYC(OMMIELAND) in a month...
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Price without tax stamp is infinitely higher.
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Jon, I don't want to crap up your thread so delete this if you want. I've never owned a suppressor. I'm used to letting my 10/22 get pretty grungy. How much more maintenance is involved with firing something like this and keeping it reliable and accurate?
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Jon, I don't want to crap up your thread so delete this if you want. I've never owned a suppressor. I'm used to letting my 10/22 get pretty grungy. How much more maintenance is involved with firing something like this and keeping it reliable and accurate?
Great question.
I would imagine (I've never owned a suppressor either) that at some point whatever baffles or what ever is in there would have to be cleaned for it to be effective. How often would this require to be done to keep the full benefit of the suppressor?
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If this price (plus $200 stamp) is for the whole rifle, sign me up for one. If it is just the suppressed barrel and I need to buy a 10/22 takedown as well, it is out of my price range.
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That is a great deal and good on ya for trying to make it work!
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I'd be interested in 1.
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Jon, I don't want to crap up your thread so delete this if you want. I've never owned a suppressor. I'm used to letting my 10/22 get pretty grungy. How much more maintenance is involved with firing something like this and keeping it reliable and accurate?
Link above shows breakdown for cleaning. Looks pretty simple.
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