Description

The suppressor that launched a company. The Guardian 22 was the first suppressor in the Huntertown Arms lineup. From its earliest inception the goal was simple - create a great quality suppressor with best-in-class suppression that could be purchased for the price of a tax stamp. You could spend hundreds more for another .22 suppressor, but ask your self one question - why? Whether you are looking for outstanding suppression, safety, multi-caliber usage, upgradability, weight, length, longevity, or price, the Guardian 22 has it all.

Product Specs
Manufacturer Number GUARDIAN22
Overall Length 6 inches
Size 1/2" - 28
Caliber 22 LR
Finish Hardcoated Matte Black Anodizing
Material Blast Baffle Material: Aluminum
Shell Material: Aircraft Grade Aluminum
Objective Diameter 1.085 inches
Weight 4.0 ounces

Item # HNT-G22

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Do these fit gsg pistols?

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Huntertown made garbage suppressors. Tons of baffle strikes, etc.

They have been out of business for a year, so you also get no warranty with this.

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This is correct. I live in fort wayne (10min drive away). They shut down back in February of 2017. Shit quality and would start to rattle after a few mags. I'd trust an oil filter more than these.

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The post says multi-caliber, I was wondering if anyone here can tell me what calibers this can would be good for. Maybe .233/5.56? And how well? And what would be the largest caliber recomended.
P.s. what upgrades?

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I have 2 of these and I love them. Great starter/knockaround suppressor. They are a PIA to clean once you have 500 or so rounds through them, so just take them apart and clean them after every few hundred rounds.

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This is gen 1. A decent one with good suppression, however much more work to service plus it's longer, among other differences.

See this link for me...https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=8wTNYkaDr78

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It's good to do some research on suppressors before buying, once you buy one they are a pain to sell with all the ATF regulations, so if you don't like it you are stuck with it, take a big hit on price and have the ATF wait time all over again to get a new one plus pay tax stamp again, 148.99 + $200 tax stamp + transfer charge typically $70-$150.
they are not cheap so buy a quality one that you will be happy with for a long time, buy once, cry once with suppressors is very true.

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Horrible price....cause I paid more. Lol. This can is awesome at this price. The jury is still out on its big brother. If you are considering, do it now. Great price, get it started before mid July I think to grandfather on a trust.

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I don't think I can get a kit this cheap, with the good reviews I've read here and elsewhere i'm gona call my class3 dealer tomorrow about the transfer, i'm down for at least 1...

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I own two of Huntertown's supressors - having paid $200 for this one not too long ago, this is a great deal. Not to mention, their products are awesome quality for what you pay.

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Ordered mine... great price.

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This is the first honest priced can I've ever seen.

I've never understood how anyone (buyer or manufacturer) could justify the mind blowing prices for suppressors. It's absolute lunacy.

Glass is one thing, you've got precision increment devices, precision cut lenses, seals for nitrogen, the whole nine yards... But $500-$1200 for an alloy tube with some baffles in it? JFC, really?

The ridiculous price is the only reason I don't own a few... But this, this changes everything!

Awesome post. Thanks.

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do you need a tax stamp for this?

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Nope, but only because you're so awesome.

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yes...you need a tax stamp for all NFA items. ALL silencers, SBR, SBS, AOW etc are NFA items.

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Who do you have to show the stamp to? The seller or ffl? Or just authorities if they see you with it?

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You buy from the place and have shipped to your ffl dealer. After you send $200 to batf and some paper work and or if you get approved for your tax stamp. You get the item from your dealer. As far as paper work/tax stamp. You should always keep a copy with you if you have the item in your hands. Easy to show a police officer the tax stamp to show that it is legal. Then to go to court and avoid all kinds of headaches for not having the proof that it is legal. But just my opinion.

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Stamp form specifically states you must provide if requested by an BATFe officer. Local and county police can eat a dick.

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incorrect, must ship to a c2 or c3 with their ffl cannot ship to any old ffl holder

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