THE LITTLE BIRD
For America’s most popular caliber
AMERICA'S MOST POPULAR CALIBER
DESERVES A PROPER SUPPRESSOR
Originating from the need to easily adjust baffle spacing for product testing, the Little Bird’s patent-pending design has proven very effective. The threaded interior allows baffles to be adjusted for tuning and self-cleaning; a unique feature unmatched in the industry.
No unnecessary Baffle spacers or baffle extensions taking up valuable internal volume.
ID Threads act as an effective turbulator that reduces energy from the blast.
Increased ID surface area to reduce thermal energy from the blast.
Baffles have a threaded tap like feature on the OD to clean the suppressor as they are removed.
Ability to tune baffle spacing for each unique cartridge including 17 HMR, 22LR, 5.7 x 28, and 22 Hornet.
The result is an ultra lightweight and more effective design that is simple to service.
LITTLE BIRD SPECIFICATIONS
Our MELB or Mission Enhanced Little Bird is just that. Its mission is making your Ruger 10/22 or Ruger Precision Rimfire an enhanced, quiet, compact tack driver. The principle is simple, build our coveted Little Bird suppressor directly into a factory spec target barrel. The MELB is an 18” Ruger 10/22 Target barrel manufactured out of 4140 chromoly steel and matte blued finished. The MELB-P is an 18” Ruger Precision Rimfire match barrel manufactured out of 4140 chromoly steel and matte blued finished. Both of these options utilize the same tool, baffles and endcap as our Little Bird.
Quietest .22 ever!
Quieter than a BB gun! Awesome!
R. Mitroka, Suppressed Fest Attendee
LITTLE BIRD TOOL
Our Little Bird tool is simple and useful. By sliding the tool into the suppressor the pins easily engage the backside of each baffle. This is used to install and remove each of the four baffles found in the Little Bird. There are four grooves machined around the tool that correlates to the factory depth settings of each baffle. The front of the tool is recessed between the six pins. This feature fits over the nose of the baffle utilizing the pins as scrapers to clean the front face of the baffle. On the opposite end of the tool is a ½” hex that can be used with an SAE wrench or socket