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Old August 20th, 2017, 06:34 PM #1871
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Had 2 stamps approved a couple of weeks ago. Both were for integrally suppressed 10/22 Barrels. The one mounted on the rifle is a custom set up by John Norrell. The rifle has a Norrell full auto trigger pack. I spoke with John Norrell to get his recommendation and this is the suppressor set up that he found worked the best with his full auto trigger pack. Its about 19" long and has brass eyelets inside as a "cooling medium". Old school, but it works incredibly well. He routed out the stock to accept the over sized barrel. And also sent a test target with a 3/8" 3 shot group at 25 yards to show that it is also fairly accurate.

The other integral barrel is a Gemtech Mist. Haven't test fired that one yet. It will go on one of my other 10/22's.
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Had 2 stamps approved a couple of weeks ago. Both were for integrally suppressed 10/22 Barrels. The one mounted on the rifle is a custom set up by John Norrell. The rifle has a Norrell full auto trigger pack. I spoke with John Norrell to get his recommendation and this is the suppressor set up that he found worked the best with his full auto trigger pack. Its about 19" long and has brass eyelets inside as a "cooling medium". Old school, but it works incredibly well. He routed out the stock to accept the over sized barrel. And also sent a test target with a 3/8" 3 shot group at 25 yards to show that it is also fairly accurate.

The other integral barrel is a Gemtech Mist. Haven't test fired that one yet. It will go on one of my other 10/22's.
Me like!!!

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Had 2 stamps approved a couple of weeks ago. Both were for integrally suppressed 10/22 Barrels. The one mounted on the rifle is a custom set up by John Norrell. The rifle has a Norrell full auto trigger pack. I spoke with John Norrell to get his recommendation and this is the suppressor set up that he found worked the best with his full auto trigger pack. Its about 19" long and has brass eyelets inside as a "cooling medium". Old school, but it works incredibly well. He routed out the stock to accept the over sized barrel. And also sent a test target with a 3/8" 3 shot group at 25 yards to show that it is also fairly accurate.

The other integral barrel is a Gemtech Mist. Haven't test fired that one yet. It will go on one of my other 10/22's.
I know NOTHING about NFA stuff bit after reading your post I googled Norrell, pretty freaking cool!
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Old August 21st, 2017, 01:12 PM #1874
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Had 2 stamps approved a couple of weeks ago. Both were for integrally suppressed 10/22 Barrels. The one mounted on the rifle is a custom set up by John Norrell. The rifle has a Norrell full auto trigger pack. I spoke with John Norrell to get his recommendation and this is the suppressor set up that he found worked the best with his full auto trigger pack. Its about 19" long and has brass eyelets inside as a "cooling medium". Old school, but it works incredibly well. He routed out the stock to accept the over sized barrel. And also sent a test target with a 3/8" 3 shot group at 25 yards to show that it is also fairly accurate.

The other integral barrel is a Gemtech Mist. Haven't test fired that one yet. It will go on one of my other 10/22's.
Ugh, Norrell pack is high on my acquisition list right now. Especially now that we're away from the days of the Butler Creek magazines.
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Old August 21st, 2017, 02:04 PM #1875
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Had 2 stamps approved a couple of weeks ago. Both were for integrally suppressed 10/22 Barrels. The one mounted on the rifle is a custom set up by John Norrell. The rifle has a Norrell full auto trigger pack. I spoke with John Norrell to get his recommendation and this is the suppressor set up that he found worked the best with his full auto trigger pack. Its about 19" long and has brass eyelets inside as a "cooling medium". Old school, but it works incredibly well. He routed out the stock to accept the over sized barrel. And also sent a test target with a 3/8" 3 shot group at 25 yards to show that it is also fairly accurate.

The other integral barrel is a Gemtech Mist. Haven't test fired that one yet. It will go on one of my other 10/22's.
A friend has a Mist with a Norrell Pack and it works great. I think it is an older ported model. I am jealous of both of you. I got the Mist, I got the 10/22, all I need now is someone to buy me a pack.
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Had 2 stamps approved a couple of weeks ago. Both were for integrally suppressed 10/22 Barrels. The one mounted on the rifle is a custom set up by John Norrell. The rifle has a Norrell full auto trigger pack. I spoke with John Norrell to get his recommendation and this is the suppressor set up that he found worked the best with his full auto trigger pack. Its about 19" long and has brass eyelets inside as a "cooling medium". Old school, but it works incredibly well. He routed out the stock to accept the over sized barrel. And also sent a test target with a 3/8" 3 shot group at 25 yards to show that it is also fairly accurate.


The other integral barrel is a Gemtech Mist. Haven't test fired that one yet. It will go on one of my other 10/22's.
I'm jealous, very nice rsideout!
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Old August 21st, 2017, 02:39 PM #1877
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A friend has a Mist with a Norrell Pack and it works great. I think it is an older ported model. I am jealous of both of you. I got the Mist, I got the 10/22, all I need now is someone to buy me a pack.
From what I understand, the ported models are supposed to be a little quieter.
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Have you shot it yet?
Yes. I ran about 35 rounds of standard velocity ammo through it in semi and full auto. It got the rating.
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Had 2 stamps approved a couple of weeks ago. Both were for integrally suppressed 10/22 Barrels. The one mounted on the rifle is a custom set up by John Norrell. The rifle has a Norrell full auto trigger pack. I spoke with John Norrell to get his recommendation and this is the suppressor set up that he found worked the best with his full auto trigger pack. Its about 19" long and has brass eyelets inside as a "cooling medium". Old school, but it works incredibly well. He routed out the stock to accept the over sized barrel. And also sent a test target with a 3/8" 3 shot group at 25 yards to show that it is also fairly accurate.

The other integral barrel is a Gemtech Mist. Haven't test fired that one yet. It will go on one of my other 10/22's.
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