KGM Updates RF22 Suppressor

posted on May 30, 2024
LEDERF22 Suppressor

KGM Suppressors has announced the return of the RF22 Rimfire Suppressor. The RF22 has been upgraded to maintain the precision of the original version, with enhanced durability, sound suppression, and even greater host firearm compatibility.

Originally engineered for precision rimfire rifles, the RF22 maintains its hallmark accuracy and repeatability, while being strengthened to suppress the new crop of 5.7x28mm pistols. The latest upgrades ensure sound suppression across multiple platforms, guaranteeing a quieter shooting experience without compromising accuracy. During KGM's own testing, the RF22 achieved at-ear 115-121 dB ratings with subsonic ammunition out of various .22 LR bolt-action and semi-automatic rifles; and 135 dB out of 5.7x28 mm pistols. With metrics including 5.2 inches in length, 1.2 inches in diameter, and five ounces in weight, the RF22 strikes a balance between size, weight and performance. This collection of features will make it a favorite amongst dedicated varmint hunters looking to reliably suppress their favorite rimfires. Its ability to easily suppress a traditional varminting .22, while maintaining the capability to step up up to 5.7x28mm, all while tipping the scales at a mere five ounces, makes it an incredibly versatile tool.

"We are thrilled to reintroduce the customer favorite RF22, now with several enhancements designed to meet the evolving needs of shooters," said Sean Murphy, director of sales and marketing at KGM Suppressors. "Our updates strengthen the suppressor for rigorous use in the growing 5.7x28 mm market while offering enhanced sound reduction on applicable host firearms. We subjected the RF22 to a 1,000-round endurance test, shooting up to 60 shot rapid-fire strings of 5.7x28 mm out of pistols, without issue. Whether you're a precision shooter or a handgun enthusiast, the RF22 boasts impressive capabilities."

The RF22 is a user-serviceable suppressor, promising easy disassembly and maintenance, even after extensive use. For more information on this rimfire and 5.7x28mm suppressor, visit MSRP: $450


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