By Mike Searson
Mike reviews the Bowers Group Bitty .22 Silencer which claims to be the smallest rim-fire silencer in production today.
USA – -(Ammoland.com)- Over the years of shooting countless rimfire silencers, I came to a realization: They do not need to be very long to be effective on most .22 caliber rifles, particularly when combined with subsonic ammunition.
For the past two years, I had been searching for the shortest hearing safe silencer that I could find. The leading candidates were typically modular cans that were run in short mode. My goal was to find one that was about as long as a typical muzzle brake or flash suppressor.
With the help of Silencershop.com and the Bowers Group, I found it in the Bowers Group Bitty .22 Silencer.
Bowers Group Bitty .22 Silencer
The Bowers Bitty is about an inch in diameter and measures 2.8″ in overall length. It weighs 2.6 ounces and to my knowledge, it’s the smallest suppressor of its type.
According to company literature: “No wet, no wipes, no equal”. This means it does not use the old fashioned wipe system and it does not require water, wire pulling gel or any other ablative to make it …Read the Rest