This suppressed carbine is lot #1079 in the upcoming April 2019 Morphy’s auction:
Tom Denall’s “Silent Destroyer” (originally built on surplus Sanish “Destroyer” carbines) is a Ruger 77/44 bolt action rifle with a large integral suppressor. Chambered for the .44 Magnum cartridge, it allows the use of a heavy bullet to maximize ballistic potential while remaining subsonic, prevents mechanical action noise by being a bolt action system, and feeds from 3-round detachable box magazines. This particular example has been fitted with a light and small Burris Fastfire red dot optic, and makes for a handy and extremely quiet carbine. Like the DeLisle, but without all of that system’s flaws!
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