New Release: The Rugged Mustang Modular .22LR Suppressor

by Pete
New Release: The Rugged Mustang Modular .22LR Suppressor

The new Rugged Mustang .22LR suppressor was released at the perfect time of year. While our esteemed TFBTV star James Reeves loathes the autumn months, I’m the complete opposite. The mosquitoes are dying off, the foliage is worthy of an epic Bob Ross/Thomas Kincade collaboration, and temperatures are downright pleasant. My favorite fall pastime is long strings of rimfire shooting. Add in a quality silencer and I’m in heaven.

I am extremely unforgiving when it comes to evaluating rimfire suppressors. While supersonic rifle models can get a bit of leeway in the noise reduction department in lieu of a lighter weight or a great mounting system, rimfire cans have to be very quiet or they will not receive my endorsement. I’m happy to say that the Rugged Mustang lives up to the ‘silencer’ designation and should bring a smile to even the most discerning suppressor fan.

For a more comprehensive look at the Rugged Mustang, join us this weekend for the 197th edition of TFB’s Silencer Saturday. Until then, the specifications and a link to purchase a Mustang at Silencer Shop can be found below.

Rugged Suppressors @ TFB:

Our lightest suppressor yet, the Mustang22 is constructed of 7075 aircraft-grade aluminum. Utilizing
our ADAPT modular technology, the Mustang22 is two suppressors in one.

New Release: The Rugged Mustang Modular .22LR Suppressor
Rugged Mustang Specifications:
  • MSRP: $465
  • STREET: Click here to check prices @ Silencer Shop
  • DIAMETER: 1.06”

    Standard Configuration: 5.3′′Short Configuration: 3.4′′


    Standard Configuration: 3.3ozShort Configuration: 2.4oz

  • AT EAR dB: 113dB

    ADAPT Modular TechnologyUser ServiceableRevolutionary Mounting SystemKeyed Baffle for Reapeatable Return to Zero Interchangeable End CapsIndexed Baffles


    1/2×28 Direct Mount Mustang22TM SuppressorADAPT ModuleOperator’s ManualRugged Suppressors Sticker


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  • Atmar Atmar on Oct 08, 2021

    that just screams mossad...

  • Old gringo Old gringo on Oct 09, 2021

    I have never warmed up to aluminum suppressors and mine are stainless, both rimfire and centerfire. They all get pretty carboned up with sustained fire and often the baffles have to be beaten with a hammer to get them apart. That said, to those more experienced than I am, does anybody Cerakote the baffles? Could the aluminum baffles be Cerakoted, maybe every 10,000 rounds or so? Would it be possible to just powder coat them as well or even paint them with high temp paint? Probably showing my ignorance here it seems that keeping the burn off the actual baffles would extend their life. ????