Solvent Trap Adapter for Walther P22


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SKU: WP22-3416 Category:


This Solvent Trap Adapter is made specifically for the Walther P22. It would probably work with anything else threaded M8x0.75.

This Solvent Trap Adapter is for the S3600/S3614 Oil Filters. It fits many others with the same 3/4-16 threads.

These have wrench flats for the original wrench that came with the Walther P22.

Walther is a bit sloppy with their barrel sleeves. Some minor fitting with a piece of sandpaper, emory board, or a file if it’s extra out-of-spec, will sort it out in a minute or two.

These support a standard washer for 3/4in bolts. You can get them at any hardware store or home improvement store. Washers are optional and not included because they are only useful when using the adapter/filter as a storage canister.

These are perfectly concentric. These are single-point turned from billet 4140 Chromium-Molybdenum Steel (not Aluminum or low-carbon steel). Then, sand blasted to a non-reflective, matte finish. Finally, Manganese Phosphate Parkerized. Not Anodized. Not Oxide. Not Powder Coated or any other bake-on finish. Not Spray Painted. Please note that Parkerizing color and consistency are directly related to the metal surface and cannot be completely controlled. It’s a minor trade-off for the superior protection and durability.

NOTICE: Since I am making these and shipping them out as fast as I can, they are not getting a proper oil soak. When you receive your Parkerized adapter, be sure to give it some oil. It will be thirsty! This is very important because the corrosion resistance of Parkerized materials is dependent upon the micro-crystalline structure sponging-up oil. WD-40 makes an excellent anhydrous initiator, and you probably already have some. No, it’s not the ideal ting long-term, but in the beginning, it’s perfect.

You are buying a Thread Adapter. Not a silencer. Not the filter. Not the gun. Not the work bench. Not the wall. Not the camera that took the picture. Not the air in between the camera and the stuff that was photographed, nothing but the adapter…