Discussion in 'On Topic' started by thomor25, Oct 3, 2007.
Looks like a nice supressor but some say not to use 223 supressors with 22 ammo.
All I can say is get a dedicated .22 can they don't cost much. second there are better cans than the tac16 imo.
if you can avoid another $200 tax stamp by getting an interchangeable one, wouldn't you do it?
Be prepared to clean.
yeah I figured as much with the cleaning. aren't there jacketed 22's though as well that will reduce buildup?
.22 is still dirty ass ammo, even if it is jacketed/plated. I would say just get a dedicated .22LR can. I've seen pics of cans after a few k rounds that have to have lead melted off of them its so thick.
Like said, buy a dedicated .22 can and a .223 can. That's what I did.
Besides, .22 cans are to fucking cheap to not just buy one.
.22lrs can ruin .223 cans