Hailey Ordnance Company has released a pretty slick, integrally suppressed barrel for the 10/22 called the AeGIS — Adjustable Gas Integrated Suppressor. By rotating the barrel sleeve, the user can very quickly and easily adjust how much, if any, gas is bled from the barrel to reduce velocity. Bleeding off gas and pressure allows standard velocity .22 LR ammo to be made subsonic, and sealing the port means match-grade and other subsonic ammo maintains its intended velocity. It’s also lightweight and user serviceable . . .
Versions are available with an all-aluminum baffle system or, as seen above, with a nitrided steel blast baffle insert.
That’s a match-grade, Lothar Walther barrel hiding under the sleeve ahead of the baffle core.
Would it need to be registered like other suppressors?
That would be a “yes.” $200 and a 6 month wait!
Will they make one for the Takedown 10/22?
Yes, THIS please. Been looking for awhile, may have to get one of these for my TD if the pricing isn’t absurd.
I second the motion
Check out Thompson Machine. They make integrally suppressed 10/22 barrels. I can’t imagine the one in this article would be cheaper than the ones from Thompson.
Thompson’s version is $850 on your supplied 10/22 takedown:
Apparently Hailey hasn’t updated their website.
Integral Suppressors always looks nice
Muzzle-mounted ones have a kind of ‘Evil Secret Agent’ cool vibe to them…