Inland Mfg. is challenging the commonly held convention that suppressors need to be expensive with its rimfire PM-22. A 5.5" aluminum tube with a stainless steel skeleton and a disposable polymer baffle system, the direct-thread PM-22 will come to market retailing for only $190—less than half of most similar units. The monolithic baffle system is designed to be easily removed for cleaning, and, after extended use, can be swapped out for a $30 replacement. Inland has also developed an aerosol called dB Foam that, when sprayed into the interior of the PM-22, increases the effectiveness of the suppressor by an additional 3 to 5 dB. inland-mfg.com
Editors’ Picks 2017: Inland Manufacturing PM-22 Suppressor
Clamtainer has simple organizational products that help make life more efficient. Whether you have a gun room that requires an update or are looking to eradicate mice from the ammunition closet, Clamtainer has a solution, and its Rifleman Value Bundle is one such answer.
Not that long ago, sporting goods store shelves contained an adequate selection of 16-ga. shells. The last few years, however, barely a box of any 16-ga. shells can be found anywhere. But that’s of little concern to those with a shotshell-reloading press, such as the MEC 600 Jr., close at hand.
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