Designed for rimfire rifles and pistols, .22 caliber and smaller (including .22 Hornet), the Banish 22 has eight STifle™ baffles, which thanks to Link Together Connection™ make them easy to assemble, while keeping lead debris and carbon from fusing the baffles together and preventing this buildup from reaching the tube.
This suppressor is ideal for varmint shooting, small game hunting or target practice.
Note: .22 Long rifle projectiles are not jacketed. As a result, lead can build up, along with carbon produced by the burning of the powder. Over time without cleaning, it’s possible for a .22 suppressor to completely fill with lead and carbon, rendering it ineffective for sound suppression. Also, adding considerable weight.
Most .22 suppressors disassemble for cleaning and require this cleaning every 100 – 200 rounds to avoid having the baffles fuse together. Worse yet, if the lead and carbon gets around the baffles, building on the inside of the tube, prevents disassembly altogether, since the baffles would not be able to slide out past the buildup.
Formerly known as the Tango, view the history of Banish Suppressors.
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