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Old 09-26-2015, 08:12 PM   #1
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Hey all, I had a question. I recently purchased this:
https://www.gunsamerica.com/933934463/Ruger-GemTech-Oasis-Integrated-Suppressed-Upper-Receiver-NFA-ITEM-Ne.htm

Where can I get the rest? Would it make more sense to just get the parts I need or buy the whole pistol and swap out the uppers?
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Old 09-26-2015, 09:21 PM   #2
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"This will fit on a Ruger 22/45 or a Mark II or Mark III Ruger pistol lower."
Buy a pistol.
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"This will fit on a Ruger 22/45 or a Mark II or Mark III Ruger pistol lower."
Buy a pistol.

Ok ok, you talked me into it ;-)
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Waiting on stamp paperwork to come back. Should be in around February.
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My only problem with going this route is that for the cost, time and paperwork involved in buying one of these, the supressor is non-serviceable. Meaning you can't take it apart and clean it or in the event of a baffle strike, you are stuck. 5 day inspection period for $400, plus $200 tax stamp, going through a class III dealer, and a 4-6 month wait for all of the paper. I'd rather have a supressor I can move from firearm to firearm, and possibly service myself, after the initial investment.

The integral suppressors are kind of sexy though, because there are no loose pieces to lose.
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Thanks me too.
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My only problem with going this route is that for the cost, time and paperwork involved in buying one of these, the supressor is non-serviceable. Meaning you can't take it apart and clean it or in the event of a baffle strike, you are stuck. 5 day inspection period for $400, plus $200 tax stamp, going through a class III dealer, and a 4-6 month wait for all of the paper. I'd rather have a supressor I can move from firearm to firearm, and possibly service myself, after the initial investment.

The integral suppressors are kind of sexy though, because there are no loose pieces to lose.

It being non-serviceable was almost a deal breaker for me. Plugging the barrel and pouring cleaners down it are an option however and it can be sent to Gemtech to be serviced as well. I thought about getting a removable can. Like you said though, the integrated aspect of it is very cool and I don't hesitate to admit that one of the biggest reasons I bought this was for the novelty/cool factor of it. So even though it's non-serviceable I still really like it and it was worth it to me.
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Ive also been looking at one of these:
http://www.gem-tech.com/store/pc/MIST-22-13p929.htm
Now tell me that ain't cool :-)
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http://www.gem-tech.com/store/pc/MIST-22-13p929.htm
Now tell me that ain't cool :-)
Yes that is cool. One of my friends from Florida has a 9mm AR upper with integral supressor. Probably one OC thd coolest rigs I've shot.

I don't blame you for going ahead on the Ruger .22 upper. I thought hard about it. Still haven't decided which will be my first supressor.
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Yes that is cool. One of my friends from Florida has a 9mm AR upper with integral supressor. Probably one OC thd coolest rigs I've shot.



I don't blame you for going ahead on the Ruger .22 upper. I thought hard about it. Still haven't decided which will be my first supressor.

Yeah I just wanna shoot the dang thing.
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