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G5-22
G5-22
Description

Since a small-diameter .22lr suppressor like our ALPINE or OUTBACK performs well, but can look mis-sized on the new crop of .22lr copies of famous assault rifles, we engineered a correctly proportioned .22LR silencer to match these perfectly. Designed from the ground up to complement the M&P1522, SIG 522, and other .22lr carbines, the G5-22 is correctly proportioned, utilizes Gemtech's patented Quickmount system, and even has the correct cosmetics of it's big brother, the 5.56mm G5. The larger body size gives a low-blowback result, as well as an extremely low pitched, quiet tone.

Made primarily from 7075 aluminum with a Type-III black hard anodize finish, this rugged, efficient suppressor can be 100% user disassembled for cleaning. The G5-22 was further designed for superb group size and zero first round pop. It's ready for rugged use as well, full-auto rated for those that have .22lr machineguns.

Each G5-22 includes one 1/2-28 QUICKSNAP flash hider mount. Extra mounts as available through this webstore, as well as separate adapters for mating the Quicksnap flash hiders to unusual thread pitch carbines (such as the GSG AK47).

The G5-22 is simply really fun - and really quiet!

G5-22
Manufacturer: Gemtech
  • Caliber: .22LR
  • Overall Length: 6.6"
  • Diameter: 1.375"
  • Weight: 7.3 OZ
  • Finish: Black Matte Hardcoat Anodize
  • Threads: Mounts to Quicksnap flash hider in 1/2-28
PRICE: $495.00


 

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