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10/19/2016 9:07 PM
 
I have a chiappa little badger that might work for you. It's threaded for a suppressor it has multiple options to add a light or red dot or whatever. It folds weighs about 2.5 lbs and the trigger is very good it also has peep sights.
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Here's mine I took off the rails and added the paracord it fits in the little backpack it's laying on. 

 

 
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12/17/2016 4:45 PM
 

10/22 is the way to go. I run mine suppressed and a great pack gun. Very accurate and have had no issues with any of the ammo I run.

 
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