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for 100+rds. 5" of such can makes the HP VERY quiet indeed, and it will have a service life of over 200 rds. The can will then need to be soaked in soapy water, gasoline, solvent, and blown out with an air hose, or let air dry, or be dried by a campfire. The latter is a BADidea if the gasoline was used, of course.

The 10" OAL version isn't at all hard to CCW, behind your hip, either. the 11" version, you will probably have to wear x-draw, behind the "wrong side" hip, most of the time, relying on the pocket 9mm and body armor for defense. The quiet .22 will be for specialized occasions, removing a "problem" person or dog.
 

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The HP-22 is a pile of junk but you maybe don't know it since you haven't been around guns for years. Stop thinking like a con and look at quality equipment.

All you deal with is junk.

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I know of several that have over 1000

rds thru them, ZERO problems, dumb bitch. The canned .22 doesn't need to be fired even 100 rds, dummy
 

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The HP-22 is a pile of junk but you maybe don't know it since you haven't been around guns for years. Stop thinking like a con and look at quality equipment.

All you deal with is junk.

RIKA
LOL, maybe that's why he thinks his "can" ideas will work, the HP-22 doesn't fire half the time. . .real quiet.

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