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Old February 6th, 2013, 09:49 AM   #1
 
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SR22PBT Question???

I have recently gotten my permit and am looking at the SR22P. I saw the Twin Tech Tactical threaded barrel.
I am wondering if the Ruger threaded barrel also sticks out past the end of the slide with the thread protector on it or if it sits recessed in the slide? If anybody who has the threaded model could post some pics, it would be appreciated.



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From what I have seen it sticks out: Ruger® SR22® Rimfire Pistol Models however I believe it comes with a cap that would make it appear more like the standard, non-threaded models.
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There are illustrations in the SR22 manual that show the threaded barrel - the thread adapter - the barrel cap - and the tool for removing and installing the cap and adapter.

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On page 44 (https://ruger-docs.s3.amazonaws.com/...sr22Pistol.pdf) of the manual it looks like it sits pretty flush. Similar to the the non-threaded model. I am open to this idea. I do not want one similar to the Twin Tech Tac version where the entire thread protector sticks out past the slide.
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Still would welcome actual pics of a threaded model.
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On page 44 (https://ruger-docs.s3.amazonaws.com/...sr22Pistol.pdf) of the manual it looks like it sits pretty flush. Similar to the the non-threaded model. I am open to this idea. I do not want one similar to the Twin Tech Tac version where the entire thread protector sticks out past the slide.
Thanks guys!
Still would welcome actual pics of a threaded model.
I own the SR22 with threaded barrel. Page 44 shows the silver cap that protects the threads and it does sit flush. Now if you want to really use that threaded barrel you need to unscrew the silver cap and screw on the supplied threaded adapter. This adapter which extends past the barrel will allow you to screw on any device that takes 1x28 threads. There is a supplied black thread protector which screws onto the threaded adapter. This also extends past the barrel.

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I own the SR22 with threaded barrel. Page 44 shows the silver cap that protects the threads and it does sit flush. Now if you want to really use that threaded barrel you need to unscrew the silver cap and screw on the supplied threaded adapter. This adapter which extends past the barrel will allow you to screw on any device that takes 1x28 threads. There is a supplied black thread protector which screws onto the threaded adapter. This also extends past the barrel.

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That does help. I am very interested in purchasing a SR22, and am interested in someday getting a suppressor. I was concerned that the threaded barrel would protrude like the one from twin tech, and if it did it was a deal breaker.

To be clear, there are 2 thread protectors? One for the barrel threads and one for the adapter threads? The barrel one is silver and the adapter one is black?

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Keep in mind if you go with the aftermarket barrel, you may have an issue is you ever have to send it back to Ruger. If it were me, I'd buy the stock SR22 now and the SR22 with the threaded barrel when you get your approval for the suppressor. If I were sure I was getting a can, I'd just buy the threaded model. Good luck and show us some pics when you get it!
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Ruger website says threaded barrel with removable adaptor. Is that correct?
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Just bought SR22PBT

What Ruger calls the barrel cap is a flush-fitting, silver piece that has slots for the supplied wrench. The barrel adapter is a black piece that extends beyond the slide, also with wrench slots. The adapter is what actually has the 1/2x28 threads. There is no thread protector, but I found some for less than $10 on Amazon.

This set-up is very similar to my Walther P22, but the adapters are NOT interchangeable. Ruger's "Threaded Barrel" description is slightly misleading. One would assume 1/2x28 threads sticking out of the slide with no need for an adapter. No complaint; just an observation.
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I went to my local shop a couple weeks ago and they had an SR22PBT in stock. I asked how long it would take to get another and they said that Ruger was not accepting orders but instead was just sending what they had when they had it in a kind of lottery fashion. They said it could be weeks or a year. So I bought it.
The above descriptions are correct. The end of the barrel is threaded but is smaller dia. than 1/2". There is a cap that covers the threads, and the barrel does not protrude from the end of the slide. If you remove the cap you can thread on the 1/2"x28 adapter. The thing I had not thought about ahead of time is that this will have to be removed during each cleaning.
I will try to get some pics up in a couple of days.
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