Inland Mfg slides into suppressor market with $189 rimfire can (PHOTOS)

Meet the new and very svelte PM-22 from Inland Mfg. (Photos: Chris Eger/Guns.com)

Meet the new and very svelte PM-22 from Inland Mfg. (Photos: Chris Eger/Guns.com)

Dayton, Ohio’s own Inland Mfg has been turning heads with their M1 Carbines for the past few years but is now quietly branching out into the suppressor biz.

Introduced at SHOT Show 2017’s Industry Day on Monday is the Inland PM-22, a small screw-on suppressor that, as its name implies, is designed for .22LR rimfire. With standard 1/2x28TPI threads to fit most common suppressor-ready .22 rifles and pistols, the new can is priced sub-$200. A compact 5.5-inches overall length, the can weighs just 3.3-ounces.

MSRP is set at $189 for the new entry into the growing suppressor market

MSRP is set at $189 for the new entry into the growing suppressor market

With Inland currently in the .45ACP and .30 Caliber carbine business, they used Ruger platforms to showcase the new rimfire suppressor

With Inland currently in the .45ACP and .30 Caliber carbine business, they used Ruger platforms to showcase the new rimfire suppressor

And they blended well

And they blended well

And as the man said, but wait, there’s more! The PM-22 is user serviceable without tools and uses a monolithic core baffle that is easily removed for cleaning, an important plus when dealing with rimfires that shoot dirty.

The mono-bloc core is easily removed

The mono-bloc core X-baffle is easily removed

The examples on hand at Inland’s booth were soaped up with their own special blend of proprietary silencer foam that is also coming to market that helps reduce report, though they can be fired dry as well.