Integral Mark II or 22/45
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Sound-Master Ruger MkII is available in several configurations. You
a choice of either stainless steel, or blued/molycoted finish, and with
suppressor tube lengthsof , 6.2”, 6.5”, 7.1” (standard) and 7.8”
,as measured from the front of the receiver.
NOTE: Ruger is discontinuing the MkII, and
replacing it with the MkIII.
The longer the tube, the greater the suppression. The 7.8” tubes have a SPL (Sound Pressure Level) of about 112 db with high velocity ammo. Each increment of shorter tube length adds about 2-3 db to the SPL. Thus if you want maximum quiet, the 7.8” tube would be best. If you want easiest to carry, yet still be comfortable to shoot without needing hearing protection, the 6.2” tube may be for you. All .22 tubes are 1” diameter. A suppressed MkII weighs about the same as a 5.5” regular bull barrel MkII
velocities on all guns are the same regardless of tube length, and are
the highest in the industry, and of course, these guns will cycle all
flawlessly, including subsonic, so you can dial in your sound
velocities to match your requirements.
Our MkII's are utterly reliable; they are not
about ammo* as other suppressed guns by different manufacturers are
may require the use of special ammo, like CCI Mini-Mags, to function
If your life may depend on it, a gun that works with different types of
ammo, is important.
Our MkII's are utterly reliable; they are not finicky about ammo* as other suppressed guns by different manufacturers are which may require the use of special ammo, like CCI Mini-Mags, to function properly. If your life may depend on it, a gun that works with different types of ammo, is important.
guns are designed for the serious shooter, who is concerned about
reliability and bullet velocity. This gun, like all of our .22 pistols,
allows the suppressor tube to be removed from the gun to let you clean
the expansion chamber surrounding the barrel. A .22 is very dirty, and
after a few thousand rounds, if you can't scrape the crud out the
chamber, it will clog, and the gun starts getting loud.
advantage of the Ruger MkII as a suppressed firearm is it’s stealthy
to the uninitiated, it looks just like a heavy bull barreled gun, and
is several dB quieter than the best muzzle suppressor.
NEW: Holsters for the
Integrally Supressed Ruger MkII/MkIII pistols, $75.00 each plus
* We do not recommend Federal or Aguilla
ammo in integral guns.