Originally Posted by CampingJosh
Yeah, Maine's info here is a good supplement to what I said. It's been so long since I've seen a sealed silencer that I forgot they were even still for sale. Do keep an eye out.
Realistically, just avoid sealed cans. The ones that are user serviceable are often marked working for lots of calibers. This one
from the local-to-me manufacturer says you can use it with 5.56, 5.45, .22 Hornet, .22 LR, .22 WMR, .17 HMR, and .17 Mach 2.
You misunderstood me. Rimfire cans and pistol caliber cans are great user serviceable. Rifle cans not so. Rifles put out ALLOT more pressure and take apart cans in these calibers are not even made by most of the big companies for good reason. Most every quality rifle suppressor is WELDED together as threads are a weak point.
Huntertown makes good cans. I have a Kestrel myself great can.