Forum discussion regarding pistols chambered in 22 TCM
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By mbogo
#14827 I know I would. RIA offers the XT-22 ( have one :D )

Any .22 & up suppressor rated for the .17HMR should handle it.

mbogo
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By 1911SHOOTER
#14831
mbogo wrote:I know I would. RIA offers the XT-22 ( have one :D )

Any .22 & up suppressor rated for the .17HMR should handle it.

mbogo


MBOGO,
I have a few firearms I would like to have threaded, but the TCM? Half the fun of shooting my
TCM is the BOOM! I named it "Thunder Chicken"!
Blackie
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By wood chucker
#14832
1911SHOOTER wrote:
mbogo wrote:I know I would. RIA offers the XT-22 ( have one :D )

Any .22 & up suppressor rated for the .17HMR should handle it.

mbogo


MBOGO,
I have a few firearms I would like to have threaded, but the TCM? Half the fun of shooting my
TCM is the BOOM! I named it "Thunder Chicken"!
Blackie


ROFLMAO !!!!!

I'm stealing that one !
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By mbogo
#14835 For "sthunder and lightning" I have a Kel--Tec PMR-30 and 10.5" AK pistol.

Talk about muzzle flash and blast!

mbogo
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By DoubleJ
#15273 Question is, who makes a 22 caliber can with a linear decoupler on it? Or, does the TCM even need one? ADCO will thread almost any barrel. I plan to send my G17 9R conversion barrel in to have it threaded, but then what? I'll try my Axiom and my Optimus Micro on it, but if they're a no-go, it'll have to be the Tirant 9, which is humongous, and has a 9mm bore...

Worst case, I can put about any .223 brake or comp on it to reduce the recoil to negative.