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Tactical 22lr Pistol Porn

Who doesn’t love pistol porn? Recently we ran a review of the OuterImpact Ruger red dot adapter plate. It allows a number of micro red dots to attach to a Ruger Mk I/II/III without the use of a Picatinny rail. In response, some of our readers sent us pictures of their own tricked out 22’s. Liking what we saw, we reached out for more via our social media channels. This article is the result of some of those submissions. There’s nothing quite like an incredibly quiet pistol.

Unfortunately we don’t have intricate details on all of them, but we think you’ll enjoy this pistol porn nonetheless.

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The first is the weapon featured in the aforementioned review article. It’s a Ruger 22/45 with a Trijicon RMR01, Gemtech Outback II with an upgraded core, and Surefire X400V.
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Adam Pini of Raven Concealment Systems submitted his 22/45 outfitted with a Trijicon RMR06, SilencerCo Sparrow, and Surefire X300U. The internals are Volquartsen along with some Tandemkross.
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Not letting Rugers have all the fun, Alexander Crown of Gemtech sent in a Browning Buckmark with a Tactical Solutions upper, Aimpoint Micro T-1, Steiner DBAL-PL, and a Gemtech GM-22
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Erik “Trek”Utrecht of MDFI had someone pull out this Buckmark at a recent class. It has an adjustable Trijicon RMR, Surefire X400V, and SilencerCo Spectre II. Note the offset mount for the Surefire–a fairly ingenious solution for those without an accessory rail, though we doubt you’re going to find a holster.
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From Bryan R Hood: 22/45 with Burris Fastfire, Surefire X300U, and SilencerCo Sparrow
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From Troy Collier: Tactical Solutions Pac-Lite upper, Volquartsen match lower, Primary Arms red dot, SilencerCo Sparrow, and Crimson Trace IR Rail Master
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From stephen_101st on Instagram: 22/45, Aimpoint Micro, Surefire X300, and what appears to be an upgraded Gemtech Outback II.
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Caleb Caballero has killed critters with his Ruger 22/45 Lite equipped with Vortex Razor and AAC Prodigy
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You aren’t limited to the micro red dots, as demonstrated by Travis Steele. His MkII is sporting an Aimpoint Comp ML3, SilencerCo Sparrow, and Crimson Trace laser grips
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Mike Marks has an integrally suppressed Gemtech Oasis with a C-More red dot mounted sideways to bring it lower to the bore, something not terribly uncommon in the realm of competitive shooting.
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Breaking the Ruger/Buckmark trend is Douglas Finch. His Smith & Wesson 22A is rocking a Burris Fastfire and Tactical Innovations suppressor.
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Dan Agenbroad submitted his 22/45 with a Tactical Solutions Pac-Lite upper, Bushnell red dot, and AAC Element II silencer
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Randy Hall found interesting way to accomplish night time bunny blasting with his 22/45. It wears a Bushnell TRS-25, Gemtech Outback II, and sometimes a Surefire G2 (if he has the zip ties).
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Last but not least we have a submission from Thorne Harkin. His 22/45 has a Burris Fastfire, Streamlight TLR-4, and Huntertown Arms Guardian.

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