KGMade Ticho CZ455 Integrally Suppressed Rifle

In the silencer world, there is nothing more sexy than a well made integrally suppressed rifle. Maintaining a near stock barrel profile, most designs are covert enough to pass as a stock firearm, that is until the trigger is pulled on a subsonic round. Georgia-based silencer manufacture KGMade is announcing a new suppressor model for the the CZ455 line of bolt action rimfire rifles. Designated the Ticho (Czech for silent) the new integral is available as a standalone option or a complete gun.

The CZ rimfire lineup is known for its build quality and accuracy, and by the looks of their testing, KGMade has preserved the rifle’s laser like reputation while allowing for maximum signature reduction.

My CZ455 has sat as an incomplete silencer host for to many months. I think I have just found its new identity. Details, specifications and pricing is laid out below.

KGMade Ticho CZ455 Integral

  • Cz455 Varmit 0.875″ diameter, 20.5″ long bull barrel with 10.75″ of effective rifling.
  • The monocore integral silencer is machined into the barrel, keeping it a single stamp gun.
  • Complete gun with optic weighs 6 lbs
  • Testing achieved .240″ groups at 50 yds with Federal match ammo (sub 1/4 MOA)
  • 110-112 dB with CCI Quiet. 118 dB with CCI Standard Velocity
  • Black ceramic finish (custom colors available $50)
  • Conversion service: Send in your factory Varmit barrel, we modify and Convert to integral unit and ship back to local SOT – $500.00
  • New barrel:  Supplied barrel as a complete drop in unit – $625.00
  • Complete gun- Stock CZ455, base price is $920.00.  Available upgrades – trigger, stock, optic, custom coating, turnkey with groupings of your gun, and more
  • Available Now – email kyle@kgmade.net

KGMade Ticho


KGMade EOS-22TD

The KGMade team is also releasing a Ruger 10/22 take-down version of their popular EOS-22 integrally suppressed 10/22 barrel.

  • Same design as standard model
  • Slightly longer 4.8″ barrel due to stock mounting
  • Keeps up to 1200 fps ammo subsonic
  • Same 416 Stainless Match barrel as original EOS- 22
  • MSRP $545.00
  • Weight 20 OZ
  • Available 8/25/2017




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  • Timmah_timmah

    You said available now, but I am not seeing it on their store or main site. Can you please provide a direct link? That is one gorgeous conversion. I am so psyched to see all these lovely integral setups coming to market. Great stuff.

    • Pete – TFB Writer

      If I can’t get you a link I’ll get you in contact with the right people.

    • Zach Chance

      The new products, and custom build options will all be on a revamped website going live soon.

    • Pete – TFB Writer

      Updated with contact info for orders: kyle@kgmade.net

  • RoPa

    “Ticho” means “silence” in czech. Probably not just a coincidence.

    • iksnilol

      Also means “quiet” in all the Slavic languages in Balkan. (without the “C” that is).

      • int19h

        “ch” is actually the right English combo for that sound – you just need to tell them it’s “ch” as in “loch”.

        • iksnilol

          How would y’all pronounce “tiho”?

          Man, this language is weird.

          • int19h

            Well, it’s a Germanic language… 😉

            English “h” corresponds to IPA /h/. That sound is usually not distinguished in most Slavic languages, certainly not in writing.

            English (really, Scottish) “ch” corresponds to IPA /x/. The latter is what’s normally used in Slavic languages, so “h” in gajica corresponds to /x/. Languages that use Cyrillic exclusively normally use “kh” to transcribe that sound phonetically in English, although that is an approximation.

            If you know Arabic, it’s the difference between خ and ه.

  • Nicks87

    Those prices really arent bad at all.

  • Sean Jolly

    Just curious, why is the barrel threaded if it is integrally suppressed? Is that just the end cap? Can I put a suppressor on my suppressor?

    • Kyle

      It’s just the end cap. That’s what retains the sleeve

      • Pete – TFB Writer

        You are both right.

    • Pete – TFB Writer

      Yes you can!

      • iksnilol

        Can (heh) somebody test it with an additional can (like a SiCo Sparrow or something)?

        • Pete – TFB Writer

          Stay tuned

          • Sianmink

            DON’T TEASE US PETE

          • Pete – TFB Writer

            Lol.

  • Anonymoose

    Any plans to make an integrally-suppressed 527 in .300 Blackout?

    • iksnilol

      Already been made in 5.56 and 7.62×39… so shouldn’t be difficult.

      • FLdeepdiver

        Who makes for 7.62?

        • iksnilol

          http://www.johnsguns.us/intrifle.htm

          John’s guns…. it costs like 2700 dollars tho.

          • FLdeepdiver

            Ouch! Threading seems like a much better way to go…unless KG decides to offer it. 🙂

  • Li

    .240″ at 50yds. is sub-half moa not sub-quarter moa

    • Matthew

      was JUST going to post the same thing, good catch!

  • iksnilol

    They realize that CCI SV is subsonic, right?

  • The Punisher

    It’s the 21st century…without stupid statutes like the NFA all firearms would be integrally suppressed like this. And should be.