The only negative to using a screw-on suppressor, aside from its expense, is that it typically makes your firearm more cumbersome. Not so with SRT Arms’ integrally suppressed Ruger 10/22 ($1,195; $755 with customer-supplied gun; srtarms.com). SRT’s Doug Melton first tunes Ruger’s vaunted semiauto rimfire action to function with subsonic loads, and then he mates it to an internally suppressed barrel and a sound-deadening Hogue overmolded stock. With subsonic rounds, it’s the perfect tool for snuffing squirrels, rabbits, and pesky noise complaints.
The Ultimate Squirrel Snuffer
Turn your Ruger rimfire into the perfect tool for picking off small game.