Charles originally contacted me for the best possible suppressor for his .22lr. It had an existing suppressor, but Charles was confident I could get it quieter.

 

(Papoose project shown here with two of my optional Cree Torches mounted beside Charles’ laser and compact scope.)

 

Coming to my workshop, we were able to test several units until we found the perfect match, and around 15% quieter than his existing (other brand) unit.

 

So, now we begin another project – Charles’s new Marlin Papoose take-down rifle.

Mods will include threading, full over-barrel suppressor with ported shroud and green military laser.

Right: Base material for Charles’ Papoose project.  Barrel has been threaded to standard 1/1′ x 20 tpi sights removed, and suppressor internals ready for assembly.

 

 

Left: Closer view of internals, and full over-suppressor shroud.

 

 

 

 

Right: Threaded barrel, with mounting kit clearly seen with ported flutes, and reverse-flow venturi spacers.

 

Left. Fresh out of the anodizing process, Charles’ full over-barrel suppressor shroud, finished in matte black with silver suppressor body.

 

 

NOTE: Although the suppressor looks fairly large in the photos, it will look in much better proportion once the rifle scope has been mounted, and laser attached.

 

Right. Here is the rifle with black shroud and silver suppressor that can be seen through the ports.

 

 

 

 

Left: Talking with Charles, I wanted him to be able to see another configuration, with black shroud and black suppressor.

 

Personally, I like this one best.

 

Right: Black for all the finishes.

 

 

Left: I wanted to give the suppressor a little ‘extra’, and put a nice micro-engraved ring on the end, as well as mirror finish.

 

 

Right: The above/left photo shows the suppressor body, and this one (Right) shows the beautiful mirror finish on the end-cap.