Vector is something that has direction as well as magnitude. For us this is a new direction from the merging of two other energies; the tried and true designs of the past and our ever burning desire to make something better. Combining these two things has “vectored” us in a new direction with rimfire technology. The most notable is the use of “stacked baffles” inside of a tube. Rather than using the tube as a pressure vessel, like most other designs out there, we have used it merely as a supporting structure that holds the baffled-tube design together instead. This allows us a lot of latitude in design that we did not have available before.
This latitude brings many things to the table for you, such as simple layout, ease of maintenance, light weight, good suppression, and modularity. The baffles are made from 18-8 stainless steel and can be cleaned with any number of solvents or methods, the most popular of which is tumbled in stainless steel pins and soapy water. These are resistant to “the dip” should that be the normal mode of cleaning, even media blasting can be used on these baffles! They are designed with a gas dispersion ring on the baffle face that prevents the debris from impacting the joint where the two baffles meet and this is the magic in their ease of maintenance. Every baffle is identical so there is no special order to the system other than simple orientation that is done prior to final assembly.
The Vector is specifically designed for the person that wants to be able to shoot their 22 rimfire and not have to worry about maintenance schedules or difficult to clean designs. We set out to create a silencer that was simple in design and was also easy to maintain. This silencer is such that it takes virtually no effort to remove the baffles from the tube, even with up to 3,000 rounds fired through it!
It needs only a 3/8″ ratchet and ships with the only special tool that is even remotely needed (it can be substituted for many other items that can be used to rotate the rear cap should it go missing). In all honesty, the rear cap can be removed with a two pin spanner or a single pin spanner just as easily. The baffles create a self contained environment to trap the dirt and debris inside of them and not between the baffles and the tube wall.
The Vector can withstand a considerable number of rounds and still be dismantled by hand. However, it seems that a normal cleaning regimen of no more than 3000 rounds between cleanings should be maintained or there is a possibility of the silencer becoming plugged with carbon and lead. We hope this helps with those out there that want to wait extended period between cleanings.
Ease of cleaning is not the only criteria we used when designing this silencer. We also added a modular baffle design so that this silencer can be used in a short as well as long configuration so that is can be setup to the end users desires for the application that fits their needs best. The extension housing adds 1 inch to the length and two additional baffles if you choose to employ it. The extension housing reduces the sound signature aproximatly 5dB* depending on the host and such.
This silencer is at home on everything rimfire as well, we have tested it on everything from 22LR pistols to 22WMR rifles and it works really well on all of them. So if you have a rimfire firearm that you want to put a silencer on and don’t want to have to argue with, when it comes time to clean it, the Vector is the can for you!
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NOTE: This silencer does NOT ship with a 3/8″ drive ratchet, the end user is to supply this item.
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