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

posted on January 22, 2017
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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