Appearance and functionality in one package! Now you can legally have your 10/22 look like a restricted Short Barrel Rifle (SBR) with a suppressor on it without any of the associated paperwork hassles and high costs. Our 16.5" SUPPRESSED SBR PROFILE BARREL is a direct replacement for a Ruger factory taper barrel.
The OD of the Suppressed SBR Profile barrel is precision machined to look exactly like an 11" barrel with a suppressor on it. Although it looks like a barrel with a suppressor on it, of course there is no sound reduction and there is nothing that can be disassembled. The barrel is rifled from chamber to muzzle just like an ordinary barrel but will require a very close inspection to determine that its not a short barrel with a suppressor on it.
The barrels are 1:16" twist, which is perfect for standard or high velocity ammo. The barrels do not have any iron sights installed and are designed to be used with a receiver mounted scope or similar optics. Installation is fast and easy with no modifications to your rifle. Simply remove the stock, unscrew the 2 cap screws that hold the barrel in, remove your factory barrel and install this new one.
Note that the Aguila HEAVY 60 grain bullet will most likely not stabilize well in this barrel any more than it would in a factory 1:16" twist Ruger 10/22 barrel. For specifically shooting 60 grain Agila bullets, use our 1:9 twist barrels, available in either stainless or blue in heavy barrel or taper barrel configurations.
- SBR / SUPPRESSED PROFILE 16.5" BLUE 1:16 TWIST WEIGHTED TAPER 10/22® BARREL
- Ruger 10/22 Rifle, TAPER BARREL STOCK
- 1:16 - One Turn In 16 Inches
Standard for 34 Grain Ammunition
Not for 60 Grain Aguila SSS Ammo (Use 1:9 Twist Barrel)
LENGTH OF FAKE SUPPRESSOR
- Polished, Hot Salt Blued
- Stainless Steel
- Ruger Factory Barrel Performance or Better
- Ruger V-Block With Two Cap Screws (Not Included)
- Rear - None
Front - None
Not Dovetail Cut - Use With Scope on Receiver
NO INTERNATIONAL SALES
This product was added to our catalog on Friday 15 January, 2016.