Ruger 10/22,  96/22, 77/22 and Marlin 7000


The 10/22 and 77/22 are available in both stainless steel, and blued/molycoted versions.

You have two choices of tube/barrel lengths: 22 overall, and 16 overall. Suppressor tubes are 1 OD. 

Suppression and bullet velocities are approximately the same on all barrel lengths, the only difference is the suppressor tube is removable on the 22 version, as the barrel itself is still above the legal minimum length of 16.

The 22" over all length completely disassembles for user service including baffle removal, the 16" does not, so as to keep legal minimum length. Removable baffles are optional on the 16 LOA version.

The 10/22 will cycle most ammo*, and all guns provide higher bullet velocities than our competitors, at equal or better sound reduction. Our 10/22 and 77/22 is the choice of several goverment agencies for work where accuracy, quietness, and bullet velocity is critically important.

The tensioned barrel design we use on all out guns insures maximum accuracy.

Note: Some companies sell "integral barrels only"; these have problems cycling some ammo, as we have found it necessary to modify the action on 10/22 guns to make them reliable with a wide varaity of ammo, and not have to use special ammo to either make the gun cycle relaibly, or keep the bullets subsonic. You can't have reliablity with most all ammo AND keep all ammo subsonic without action modifcation.  In addition, the sliding removable outer tube on some competing suppresors, that removes to expose a one piece core baffle stack, have bad tendencies to become non-removable when dirty, and you are then saddled with a  permannently sealed, "user servicable" suppressor.  Our 22" version has baffles that can be removed even when filthy dirty, and you never have to worry about the outer tube becoming fused to the core.

As a rule of thumb, we suggest that if you shoot 500 rounds per year, a cleanable unit is not required, if you shoot 500 rounds per month, you should go with the longer version, or at least go with the shorter version with the optional removable baffles.

Iron sights are an option on all three guns if you do not wish to use a scope. We recommend you upgrade to a Hogue synthetic rubber stock on the 10/22 as this stock helps absorb action noise from the bolt cycling. We are able to offer this stock at a substantial discount from regular wholesale prices.


* Guns are tested with Remington High velocity, CCI standard velocity and Remington subsonic for functionality. Due to variances in Ruger barrels and receivers and different lots of ammo from the same manufacturers,  we cannot absolutely guarantee flawless functioning with some subsonics and some standard velocity ammos.