CZ Rimfire Silencer, a new twist on an old concept.

The CZ Rimfire silencer, paired with the Kel-Tec P17.

The CZ Rimfire silencer weighs in at 2.5 ounces, is 6.9 inches long, and 0.866 inches in diameter.

This can utilizes the same technology as the CZ  Rimfire Integrally Suppressed Barrel as reviewed here.  The baffles thread into the body instead of slipping in. This allows for a bit more internal volume in the can, adding to suppression levels, and allows for more reliable disassembly. The baffles have teeth similar to dies that allow them to cut the fouling out of the way as they are removed with the supplied tool. If you are a bit negligent in cleaning your silencers this is will keep you from having your baffles freeze up inside the body.

While it is one of the smaller rimfire silencers I have reviewed, it is one of the quietest, measuring 68.5 to your ear. This is not peak sound but the measurement of sound you hear from subsonic .22 Long Rifle approximately six feet from the muzzle of a Ruger MK IV 22/45.

As expected, the Cz Rimfire Silencer did not affect the accuracy or reliability of any of the four hosts we used, Ruger MK IV 22/45, Kel-Tec P17, Kel-Tec PMR 30, and Kel-Tec CMR 30.

Ruger MK IV review

Kel-Tec P17 review 

The Kel-Tec PMR 30 review 

The Kel-Tec CMR 30 review 




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