Surefire has long been known for its innovation in the tactical light and suppressor market, but the company has now also entered the sporting side of the suppressor market with a big- or rather, small-bang. Watch the videos below as Surefire experts explain and test the SF Ryder 22. For more, go to SureFire.
SureFire Ryder 22 Suppressor
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