Watch: Inland Manufacturing Polymer Monocore PM-22 Suppressor

posted on January 24, 2017
Inland Manufacturing, known for its reproductions of the M1 Carbine, M37 trench shotgun and the 1911 pistol, took an unexpected step at SHOT Show 2017 with the introduction of the PM-22 rimfire suppressor. The new suppressor features an outer tube along with a removable polymer monocore that, according to the company, will last for thousands of rounds without needing replacement. Once the polymer core is worn out, simply thread out the monocore and throw it away. The company sells new cores at a cost of $29.95 each. The suppressor itself will retail for $189.95. Watch our video above to learn more.


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