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Old 12-03-2012, 03:39 AM   #1
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What's a good. 22 rifle with a threaded barrel that can accept a suppressor? I've found "quiet" ammo and a backstop. Now I just need a good rifle. Preferably under $800

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Old 12-03-2012, 03:42 AM   #2
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i think Savage makes a couple of rimfires that have threaded barrels. might also check out the Ruger 10/22's as well.

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If you want REALLY quiet in a suppressed 22, go with a bolt action.

Savage FV-SR is a decent choice. Mine was around $250. Crazy
quiet with a can and sub-sonic ammo.

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Many auto rifles will not cycle sub-sonic rounds. BillM has the right idea with a bolt-action. You can have any barrel threaded.

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Ok so what's a good quality bolt action. 22 under 200$

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This gun will simply be to plink at cans and such out in my backyard by a pond. So I don't wanna spend a lot of money

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Or how Mich does it cost to get a barrel threaded? Can a. 22 Henry lever action receive this job?

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check out a local gunsmith in your area. someone once recommended a machinist shop, but I would look for someone with firearms experience first. I've yet to see an aftermarket barrel for a Henry. If you are still open to other fire arms, try searching for threaded barrels and see what models beside 10/22 come up. that would get you into the ball park to see if those 22lr's may meet your desires

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This gun will simply be to plink at cans and such out in my backyard by a pond. So I don't wanna spend a lot of money
Little confused. First you want to stay under $800, then it's $200, now it
gets to "I don't wanna spend a lot of money".

You DO realize that a suppressor (that's what the threads are for right?)
is at least $200. Plus fingerprints, pictures, LEO sign-off, $200 tax stamp
and a 6-9 month wait for approval?

If you are just going to run CCI QUIET 22, grab a used bolt action, lever
action or pump and plink away. It won't be as quiet as a full up suppressed
rig---but you won't spend a lot of money.
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