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Tactical Innovations TAC65 .22LR SUPPRESSOR

Tactical Innovations TAC65 .22LR SUPPRESSOR

Tactical Innovations TAC65 .22LR SUPPRESSOR

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This is an excellent performance suppressor that offers outstanding sound suppression for pistols such as the Walther P22 with decibel reductions of an average of 38.3. This suppressor, for diameter, baffle stack, weight, etc. was built around the Walther P22, and works equally well on other .22 LR pistols or rifles. On a Walther P22 it will sound like your pellet gun at a price that is not much more than a pellet gun.

The TAC65 .22LR suppressor continues to set the standard for outstanding performance, light weight and an incredibly low price. As suppressor purchasers become more educated and understand the mechanics and construction of suppressors, the high performance features of the TAC65 at such an affordable retail price continues to make it one of the suppressor market's more popular choices. Compare the TAC65 to any other .22LR suppressor and we're sure that you'll agree that a TAC65 delivers the perfect combination of performance and price. 


Do you hate earmuffs when you shoot, especially in the hot summer? Do your neighbors wish you preferred golf to target shooting? Now you can shoot .22LR ammo and have it sound like a pellet gun with our TAC65 suppressor on your rifle or handgun. The reality of current suppressor designs and manufacture is that not much is new in the world of suppressor design and most all modern suppressors us a 2 stage K baffle, as does the TAC65. Performance in decibel reduction to the ear is comparable from one suppressor to the next. Although our meters can quantify db differences between suppressors, db measurements will vary between days, guns, ammunition etc. As a result, we build our suppressor baffle stack first based on our meter and then modify it based on human perception feedback. For instance, a slightly higher db at a different frequency might appear quieter based on the shooter's ability to hear it. Similarly, duration of peak db will have a different impression on your ear. For instance, a micro second at one db level will set a peak level on our meter (regardless of its duration), but it still sounds more quiet than 2 or 3 times the peak length of time at a slightly lower db level. Based on the wide range of differences in db data collection, data integrity and data interpretation, we do not publish meter generated db reductions (which have become somewhat of a joke in the suppressor industry). We are confident that when you shoot a TAC65, you'll agree that its performance delivers.


Anyone that's shot .22 rimfire ammo knows how dirty it is. In additon to the dirt, with a suppressor, every shot sends a mist of molten lead out the barrel with the bullet. When the molten lead hits the suppressor, it hardens. An ultrasonic cleaner or home brew solvent will get the carbon out of the suppressor but it will not remove the lead. We have had suppressors that ship brand new at 4.1 ounces and are returned for service at over 12 ounces based on lead build up. The ONLY way to remove lead is to disassemble the suppressor and either wire brush or bead blast it off the baffles. We continue to maintain that .22 LR suppressors have to be cleaned. Think about it? Would you expect your firearm to continue to work at its peak performance if you never cleaned it? Our TAC65, like all of our .22 LR suppressors, can be completely disassembled by the user to include the removal of both endcaps and all the internal baffles, and then cleaned and reassembled. If you don't believe that .22LR ANYTHING can be "sealed and self cleaning", then the ability to disassemble and clean your TAC65 is a feature that will keep your suppressor operating at peak performance for many years to come without costly returns to the manufacturer for service.



Our TAC65 suppressor is available in a matte black finish is as durable as it is beautiful. The suppressor tube and both endcaps are hard black anodized. Anodizing is not a paint or a spray on finish, its a molecular change in the material that forms crystals (like diamonds) on the outside of the material. Its the same finish that space and defense contractors and the military require on their parts. The 1/2 x 28 threads that mount the suppressor are also hard anodized. We are frequently asked about steel or titanium inserts for suppressor mounting and don't think it is necessary or useful. In the event the suppressor is not unscrewed from the host firearm for a long time after a lot of shooting, the suppressor can be difficult to unscrew from the firearm. If you have a steel barrel and either steel or titanium for the suppressor mounting and either the barrel or the suppressor thread is going to be damaged to get the suppressor off, we would prefer to see the suppressor cap stripped rather than the threads on the firearm. Its much easier, and less expensive, to unscrew and replace the endcap than to have to get the barrel threaded again. Its been our practical experience that hard anodized endcaps are far more durable than needed thus making steel inserts costly and unnecessary. However, if you want or need a steel insert, don't settle just for an insert, our QUEST SUPPRESSOR is completley manufactured out of stainless steel at a price that most other manufacturer's charge for an aluminum suppressor.
To compliment the black hard anodized finish, each suppressor is professionally laser engraved in compliance with BATFE marking requirements, indicating its serial number, model, manufacturer and caliber. Sure laser engraving costs a few dollars more but anything less looks like it costs a lot less. The TAC65 suppressor delivers performance and appearance at a cost that continues to amaze buyers.
Every piece of a TAC65 suppressor is CAD designed and CNC manufactured in our modern CNC machine shop out of American certified T6 aircraft grade aluminim. The backbone of any suppressor is the baffle stack and each baffle is individually lathe machined. There are no stamped parts, hardware store washers, screens, wipes, grease or any other parts that will wear out or have to be repetitively replaced. Our commitment to manufacturing excellence assures you consistent parts interchangeability and the finest workmanship available. We're proud of our baffle design, technology and workmanship and freely provide photographs for your review and evaluation. You wouldn't buy a car without knowing what engine was under the hood, demand the same for your suppressor.


One of the major advantages of a screw on "muzzle can" suppressor compared to an integrally suppressed firearm is that it can be used on multiple firearms to best suit the requirement. The TAC65 suppressor is designed for either handgun or rifle use and works well on traditional mounting platforms such as a Walther P22 or a Ruger 10/22 rifle. Use on a P22 handgun, for either the 3.4" or the 5" models, requires a THREAD ADAPTER which installs easily with no modifications to the handgun. Installation on 10/22 rifle requires that either the factory barrel be professionally threaded on centers or simply install one of our REPLACEMENT 10/22 THREADED BARRELS. One other advantage of a screw on suppressor is that it can be disassembled from either end by removing BOTH endcaps to drive the baffles out either end. By comparison, the suppressor on an integrally suppressed firearm (assuming the manufacturer even designed it with the capability of removing the front endcap) quickly becomes soldered together with lead from firing making it difficult, and often impossible to pull the baffles out the front of the assembly as compared to driving them out from either end. Between the inability to use integrally suppressed suppressors on multiple firearms as well as the near impossibility of disassembling them for cleaning, we do not offer integrally suppressed firearms.

All of our .22LR suppressors are threaded 1/2x28 tpi. One of the advantages of having a threaded muzzle suppressor is that you can easily move it from one threaded gun to another thus maximizing the use of the suppressor. Some firearms, like the Walther P22 and the factory threaded SIG Mosquito are easily adapted for a suppressor by simply installing one of our thread adapters which require no gunsmithing or machine work. Other firearms, like a Ruger 10/22, you can simply swap the barrel for one of ours that are already professionally threaded, for not much more than a CNC barrel threading job would cost with shipping each way.

For other firearms, the barrel would need to be threaded correctly. The firm that threads the barrel should have previous experience in barrel threading. It is our recommendation that you don't have "a friend" experiment on your barrel for his first attempt using a 1926 flat belt lathe that he has to dust off to use. One the barrel is threaded incorrectly, it can not be "re-done". The barrel would have to be cut and threaded shorter which often is not possible since the new length would then be less than the 16.0" required for a rifle per ATF regulations. Improper threading could also result in damage to the suppressor, such as baffle and endcap strikes.

Before you thread (or have a barrel threaded), you should make your machinist aware of the following guidelines (in no particular order):

1. If possible, it should be CNC threaded and not done on a manual lathe since the CNC will not give you the wasted clearance groove at the shoulder.

2. If you have to do it manually, the clearance groove should be as minimal as possible and not .125. A clearance groove of .093 or LESS is preferable (since you only have .400 of thread, you don't want to waste 25% of it on a clearance groove).

3. The thread should be 1/2 x 28 tpi and it should be verified on certified go / no-go ring gauges.

4. You should have .400 length of thread from the shoulder, nothing longer.

5. The shoulder should be .600 OD and must be square and perpendicular.

6. The thread must be concentric to the ID bore. The barrel should be turned on centers since the bore is never concentric with the OD of the barrel.

7. A thread protector should be installed to make sure that the threads are not damaged when not in use.

8. If possible, its advantageous for the firm doing the threading to have the endcap so that they can verify that the fit between the barrel and the cap are a perfect match.

9. The barrel material should be steel. Barrels that are carbon fiber or other plastics do not hold up well for threading.

10. Multiple adapters will increase the angular error and increase the probability of a baffle strike.

11. You will NOT be able to determine if the barrel is threaded correctly by dropping a cleaning rod in it, looking down it, etc. If your accuracy is way off, most likely the bullet it rubbing the endcap on the way out of the suppressor due to an alignment issue.

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