Now, I'm in Britain where our legal issues differ so this is just a technical question really. Maybe someone with an SBR 10/22 could give me their thoughts please?. If anyone has one?. I only use this rifle from the truck for shooting bunnies up to about 50-60yards. How would a 6" barrel perform accuracy wise do you think please?. I know this is not generally a factor in accuracy, but, will it make inconsistent rim-fire ammo harder to group well?. Will it magnify the inconsistency issues?. I've seen vertical stringing issues with ported/fully suppressed barrel designs, maybe I could look back to those rifles for guidance. My gunsmith will need to fix the suppressor to the barrel though to keep it over 12" which is out legal limit. He has already cut it to 12" and re-threaded it for me. But this idea should work well as the 'can' strips from the front leaving the one-piece baffle stack on the barrel for easy cleaning and access to the muzzle. The ammunition ideally needs to leave the barrel at subsonic velocity to. Should standard velocity HV 40grain ammo remain subsonic from a 6" barrel?. The gun does not function to well with subsonic ammo, what I hope is that by switching to standard velocity ammo with the short barrel, I should get the extra pressure surge to cycle the action but keep the velocity down by shortening the barrel. So this is one reason aside from just having a super compact & suppressed 10/22. I may also ask about having the bolts weight reduced slightly. What do you think please people?. Thanks in advance.