SureFire Ryder .22 Awarded Suppressor Of The Year By Guns & Ammo Magazine

It’s been announced that Guns & Ammo Magazine has awarded the SureFire Ryder .22 their Suppressor of the Year award. Congrats to SureFire for the award! The full release can be read below:

Suppressor of the Year

Fountain Valley, CA — SureFire, LLC, manufacturer of high performance illumination tools, suppressors and tactical products, has been awarded the first ever suppressor of the year award for the Ryder .22 from Guns & Ammo magazine.

“Suppressor use is quickly gaining wider acceptance for its inherent safety benefits and the joy it brings to people who use them,” said Eric Poole, Guns & Ammo Editor. “Combine a new lightweight suppressor design optimized for America’s favorite rimfire and you have Guns & Ammo’s top pick.”

The .22 Ryder features a unique pig-nosed baffle design that provides superior sound attenuation while still making it easy to service. Each baffle is Red Mil-Spec hard anodized to minimize finish erosion and makes carbon buildup easier to spot when cleaning. Built-in spacers also help reduce carbon buildup between the suppressor tube and baffle stack, and each baffle is numbered and indexed to make re-assembly effortless. An assembly/disassembly tool is included with every suppressor.

The ultra lightweight Ryder comes in at a mere 3.1 ounces due to its fluted body design and rounded edges­. A stainless steel threaded interface ensures the Ryder removes as a single unit, and its single–point cut ½ x 28 threads provide a secure attachment to any .22 pistol or rifle with a ½ x 28 thread pitch. At only 5.4 inches in length, and 1 inch in diameter, the SF Ryder .22 will not weigh down or obstruct your sight picture.

The SF Ryder 22-A comes with an assembly/disassembly tool, and suppressor pouch. MSRP is $429 and is available for purchase through authorized SureFire Suppressor dealers. For complete product information visit


5 Responses to “SureFire Ryder .22 Awarded Suppressor Of The Year By Guns & Ammo Magazine”

  1. Easy E says:

    If the BATFE can get times down to what I believe to be more reasonable (3 months), I may actually buy one of these.

    Waiting on my AAC can for what feels like forever is a real buzz kill.

    Congrats to SureFire, I do enjoy their products.

  2. Kramerica says:

    Congrats SureFire. Now, what Glock is that SF can on?

    • Mike D says:

      Interesting… The slide has the SureFire emblem engraved into it. I wonder if they plan on making their own line of .22 conversions that come standard with a threaded barrel?

    • Wake27 says:

      There’s a video on their site, I believe its a ZEV model.

  3. terry says:

    I bet the mossad love this thing