The Yankee Hill suppressor and mount had to be slathered in oil to make sure they didn't rust. Had the gun out in the rain and the contact points on the mount, kind of detents at the end of the screw-mount rusted with a little moisture on them. Did the whole thing and a clean job, plus put grease down the buffer tube to cut spring noise. I guess if I am noticing spring noise it must be pretty quiet.
Sure wish I had a better dot sight. A 4X power would be just about perfecto. Haven't found it yet.
Comments asked about a .22LR conversion kit. Good idea, but the suppressor is going to also mount on a 10/22. It's all about the learning.
Oh, the bullets that came out of the barrel- the stuck ones? I reloaded them and shot them today.