.22 LR Core for a NANO?

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.22 LR Core for a NANO?

Post by .300WinMag » Tue Jul 05, 2011 5:09 pm

Can / would James be willing to make us all a second core in .22 LR?

(I am under the impression that this would not require a second stamp - correct?)

If it doesn't require a second stamp - how many folks beside myself would be interested in a .22 core?


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Re: .22 LR Core for a NANO?

Post by Libertarian_Geek » Tue Jul 05, 2011 6:16 pm

.300WinMag wrote:Can / would James be willing to make us all a second core in .22 LR?

(I am under the impression that this would not require a second stamp - correct?)

If it doesn't require a second stamp - how many folks beside myself would be interested in a .22 core?


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second stamp + now you're going to have to engrave the core = not worth it.
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Re: .22 LR Core for a NANO?

Post by James DeGroat » Tue Jul 05, 2011 11:06 pm

Sorry won't be doing any .22 cores for the Nano's out there.

I am in the process of designing a .22lr suppressor that is similar to the Nano.
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Re: .22 LR Core for a NANO?

Post by strobro32 » Wed Jul 06, 2011 10:13 am

Try for a 3.1 X .98 inch wet micro 22LR can. It can be called the "TIC"
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Re: .22 LR Core for a NANO?

Post by FSCJedi » Thu Jul 14, 2011 3:24 pm

James DeGroat wrote:Sorry won't be doing any .22 cores for the Nano's out there.

I am in the process of designing a .22lr suppressor that is similar to the Nano.
Where's that "popcorn eating" smiley? I anxiously await, James!
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Re: .22 LR Core for a NANO?

Post by Artful » Sun Aug 28, 2011 3:35 pm

Gee, my 9mm core wet does real well for at least a box of 50 - are you trying for a dry can NANO size?
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Re: .22 LR Core for a NANO?

Post by BEASLEY7 » Fri Oct 07, 2011 7:53 pm

James DeGroat wrote:
I am in the process of designing a .22lr suppressor that is similar to the Nano.
Someone was hinting that this might materialize by the end of summer. Any idea when/if this will materialize? My other 3 DTA cans are going strong and I'd likely be in for a .22 also.
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Re: .22 LR Core for a NANO?

Post by James DeGroat » Tue Apr 03, 2012 3:35 am

BEASLEY7 wrote:
James DeGroat wrote:
I am in the process of designing a .22lr suppressor that is similar to the Nano.
Someone was hinting that this might materialize by the end of summer. Any idea when/if this will materialize? My other 3 DTA cans are going strong and I'd likely be in for a .22 also.
Yep a DTA .22cal suppressor is in the works. I'm still a ways out before I start a production run but I do hope to get it on the market ASAP.
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Re: .22 LR Core for a NANO?

Post by FSCJedi » Tue Apr 03, 2012 3:28 pm

James DeGroat wrote:
BEASLEY7 wrote:
James DeGroat wrote:
I am in the process of designing a .22lr suppressor that is similar to the Nano.
Someone was hinting that this might materialize by the end of summer. Any idea when/if this will materialize? My other 3 DTA cans are going strong and I'd likely be in for a .22 also.
Yep a DTA .22cal suppressor is in the works. I'm still a ways out before I start a production run but I do hope to get it on the market ASAP.
Awesome! Can't wait to see it! I'm sure Tannerman's will be ordering a few, too!
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