Specialty Arms SACL 22 LR / Rimfire Suppressor


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Specialty Arms SACL 22 Suppressor w/ disassembly tools

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Specialty Arms SACL 22LR / Rimfire Suppressor - Stainless / Aluminum

  • Stainless steel tube
  • Aluminum monocore baffle stack
  • 6" long
  • 1" diameter
  • 7 ounces
  • 1/2x28 threads

IMPORTANT -- Please read BEFORE ORDERING:   This is an NFA "Class 3" item.  If you do not reside in Arkansas, it must transfer first to the dealer in your state on an ATF Form 3 (tax free).  After you place the order, we will reach out to you to get this information.

We acquired these suppressors in an auction after Special Arms (Fayetteville, AR) closed their business.  We had tools manufactured for disassembly -- one for each end.  The baffle stack screws out for cleaning.

They sound really good.  In my estimation very slightly louder than a Silencerco Sparrow.  On a pistol (short barrel) you will notice the difference in sound between this and a top notch suppressor.  On a rifle (16"+ barrel), not so much.   I've heard quieter 22 suppressors and I've heard much louder 22 suppressors. 

The knurled disassembly tools are made of aluminum with hardened steel pins.

Regarding the suppressor's rating...  They are rated for any non-magnum rimfire cartridge, and I would also shoot them on magnum rimfire rifles as well (22 WMR, 17 HMR).  With a magnum, there could eventually be erosion around the edges of the first (blast) baffle.  But that would likely take thousands of rounds to notice, and even then, would not be problematic.  I've fired 50 rounds of 17 HMR over the course of 5 minutes or so through one of these suppressors on my 18.5" barreled rifle and observed zero erosion after that string of fire.  It's logical to me that a 4.5" 22LR barrel (where only a fraction of the powder has burned in the barrel) would have no less erosion on the baffles than, say, an 18" 17HMR or 22 WMR (where virtually all the powder has burned in the barrel).   All of that to say, I would (and do) use this suppressor for magnum rimfire rifles.

Being that Specialty Arms is no longer in business, there is NO WARRANTY with these suppressors.  Having said that, the registered part of the silencer is the tube and it is stainless steel.  In the extremely unlikely event you damaged the baffle stack, it's possible that you could purchase (non regulated) baffles and replace the monocore baffle stack with individual baffles.

These are on a form 3 in Arkansas and we will e-file the form 3 to your dealer in your state as soon as we have your payment and your dealer's FFL & SOT.  For Arkansas buyers, we will complete a form 4 to transfer it to you.

Here is an unscientific YouTube video comparing this silencer to a Silencerco Sparrow.


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Specialty Arms SACL 22 LR / Rimfire Suppressor

Specialty Arms SACL 22 LR / Rimfire Suppressor

Specialty Arms SACL 22 Suppressor w/ disassembly tools