Haha! Thanks man, that made my day! I'm glad you like it.
It's a Thompson Machine Zephyr. It is a mono-core design and meter numbers are comparable to a TAC 65 (actually the Zephyr averages a decibel quieter than the TAC 65). I chose to go with TM over better known brands, because TM is only about a 1.5 hour drive from my house. I got to hand select it from a group of Zephyrs and I even got to demo it on their range (as well as several other cans, including the integrally suppressed barrel I now have on my 10/22). I also paid way under retail for it. At the time I purchased it, they were a new company to suppressor market. Since this was their benchmark suppressor, they introduced them to the market at a special deal of only $134. It was an impressive price, especially considering the features. This suppressor, unlike most other .22 cans on the market, features a steel tube. 95% of all the others on the market have aluminum tubes. My baffle stack and the rear end cap are all aluminum, but the important part, the tube, is steel. Now, I know everyone has heard the phrase: "You get what you pay for". Some AAC, Gemtech, SWR, etc. fanboys may turn their nose up at that price, thinking it's cheap with shoddy quality. Well, all I can say is I have never regretted the purchase. I have over 14,000 rounds through this suppressor (disassembled and cleaned it every 500 rounds) and it is still holding up and performing well.
You can see some of their other cans on their website. I am planning to add a third suppressor to my list, which will probably be their new ISIS .22. The ISIS .22 metered numbers comparable to AAC's Element. If I ever get a 4th can, I will probably go with some centerfire caliber. Again, it will be a TM brand can. I guess you could call me a TM fanboy. http://www.thompsonmachine.net/