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Old February 3rd, 2020, 03:32 PM   #16
 
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Yes it is the sos 22 can by Rebel out of Texas. Screw on stacks so you can make it shorter It is I think 7.50'' with all the baffles. Very light 7075 alum. Not rated for full auto! When these first came out it was 99 dollars.I give 150 for it and 250 for a 30 cal can. They suit my needs just fine. I use the 30 cal on my RA 762x39 and my gb mini, or a 10-22 .Ive got 40 acres but my mother inlaw is my nearest neighbor.So I like to make as little noise as possible.



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Yes it is the sos 22 can by Rebel out of Texas. Screw on stacks so you can make it shorter It is I think 7.50'' with all the baffles. Very light 7075 alum. Not rated for full auto! When these first came out it was 99 dollars.I give 150 for it and 250 for a 30 cal can. They suit my needs just fine. I use the 30 cal on my RA 762x39 and my gb mini, or a 10-22 .Ive got 40 acres but my mother inlaw is my nearest neighbor.So I like to make as little noise as possible.
very cool. Tough to get suppressors in my area.
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