10/22 Integral Gemtech MIST-22 suppressor barrel

The Gemtech MIST-22 is an integrated barrel that provides a unique shooting experience.

Length: 17"
Weight: 1 lb 3 oz
Material: Aluminum
Self-Service: Yes
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RUGER SILENT-SR ISB 10/22

Reduces sound pressure levels of .22 LR to an average of 113.2 dB with standard velocity ammunition.

Length: 16.12"
Weight: 5lb 15oz
Material: 17-4 SS
Self-Service: Yes
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RUGER SILENT-SR® ISB - Integrally Suppressed Barrel

Reduces sound pressure levels of .22 LR to an average of 113.2 dB with standard velocity ammunition.

Length: 16.12"
Weight: 2 lb 10oz
Material: Steel
Self-Service: Yes
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Along with our true multi-caliber, all-titanium BANISH Suppressors, and numerous other high-end cans, Silencer Central is your one-stop for ATF paperwork and NFA gun trusts. We’ll help you find the right silencer for your firearm, and take care of as much of the bureaucratic forms as possible. Come see why we’re America’s #1 silencer shop!

Yes! Suppressors are legal in 42 U.S. states, and built-in suppressors are no exception. In fact, Silencer Central has its own selection of integrally suppressed guns. Silencer Central is also licensed in all 42 states where built-in silencers are legal.

Silencers are regulated at the state and not the federal level, so you can learn more about the laws in your state by checking out our state-by-state guide on silencer ownership.

Despite state-by-state rules, traveling with your suppressor is easy, because unlike other NFA items, you are not required to notify the ATF when you travel or relocate.

Yes, you do. One of the potential drawbacks of buying an integrally suppressed gun is that the suppressor cannot easily be transferred from gun to gun like a removable suppressor. However, if this isn’t a concern for you, then an integrally suppressed gun can be a great option for those looking to have the benefits of a suppressor built into their gun from the start.

For more information, see our article about how to get a suppressor tax stamp.

Yes. Any suppressor that is permanently attached, like an integral silencer, does count towards barrel length. In fact, this is one of the rare cases in which a suppressor does count towards the length of a barrel in the eyes of the law. Most silencers do not count towards barrel length because they are generally removable.