Eric recently bought a mint Marlin 39A lever action .22lr off my son’s father-in-law. I previously made a slimline suppressor for this rifle, but it was not sold with the rifle. Evan has asked that I make him another custom Slimline suppressor to fit.
Evan also has a Marlin Papoose (one of my favorite survival rifles) and has asked that I make a custom over-barrel suppressor. Eric’s Papoose is a very special kit, with steel barrel and receiver, but with an unusual classic wood stock and for-stock. Photos will be online soon.
Along with the Papoose (over-barrel) and Lever-Action .22lr (Slimline suppressor with male thread 1/2″ unf x 20 tpi) we have decided to also suppress his Rem 597 chambered in .22mag with an over-barrel suppressor.
Right: Eric’s suppressor projects.
Left. I removed the existing suppressor on Eric’s .22Mag, having been glued tight on the thread.
While this suppressor might look good, it is a terrible design, as there are only 4 suppression chambers. A magnum suppressor requires at least 12 chambers to work at optimum efficiency.
Right: Suppressor internals for Eric’s Marlin SlimLine suppressor.
Left: This SlimLine suppressor has a special external thread.
Right: A very nice suppressor, at 20mm diameter with external thread.
Left: Eric’s .22mag with over-barrel suppressor.
Right: This is one of my best suppressor projects, and came out really nice.
Left: Eric’s Marlin Papoose, with an equally nice over-barrel suppressor.
Right: Underneath the suppressor.
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Left: When taken-down, the suppressor fits perfectly into the Papoose bag.
Three really nice suppressor projects.