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NRA Gun Gear of the Week: Inland Mfg. PM-22 Suppressor and dB Foam

Inland Manufacturing is challenging the idea that lightweight rimfire suppressors have to be expensive, difficult to clean or costly to repair. The new PM-22 is assembled using a 5.5" long 1" diameter aluminum tube, a 1/2 x 28 TPI threaded stainless steel threaded base and a disposable polymer I-Core monolith baffle system for a total weight of just 3.3 ozs. Designed to be fired dry or with the company's new dB Foam agent, the single-piece baffle is easily removed for cleaning. 

dB Foam, when used as directed, provides a safe and effective means for increasing a suppressor's sound-reduction capabilities instead of wetting the suppressor with water. In commercially available sound suppressors dB Foam can reduce noise an average of 3-5 dB for 10-shot strings with the most noise reduction concurring with the first shot fired. This spray-on formulation is designed to displace moisture, lubricate removable components and is water soluble for easy cleaning. Once it has been applied to the interior of a suppressor, dB Foam will maintain its consistency for up to six months in storage. Inland products are distributed exclusively by MKS Supply.     

MSRP: PM-22 Suppressor $189.95, dB Foam $19.95 - $29.95

At SHOT Show 2017's Media Day at the Range, American Rifleman editors had a chance to see the PM-22 close up (amid the noise a number other firearms being sampled), and you can see it here

--B. Gil Horman, Field Editor

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