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9mm suppressor recommendations

Discussion in 'NFA Weapon Discussion' started by Andy, Mar 3, 2013.

  1. Andy

    Andy Aurora, OR Active Member

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    I'm in the market for a 9mm suppressor. I know everyone has their opinions at who has the best, so lets here them.

    Requirements: 1/2-28 threads, less than 1.6" in diameter - in the mating area, under $1000, and maybe sold locally.

    Thanks!
     
  2. coyote223

    coyote223 NW Oregon Stamp Collector,,,

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    Need more info. What host(s) do you plan to use it on?
     
  3. BillM

    BillM Amity OR Bronze Supporter Bronze Supporter

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  4. estate10mm

    estate10mm Hillsboro Member

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    Barrows is local. They are in Cornelius I believe... I would have to reccommend silencerco osprey.... Really good can...
     
  5. mattdomes

    mattdomes Newberg Active Member

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    This, silencers are for "life" so buy from a longstanding company :)
     
  6. chase

    chase Wilsonville, OR Bronze Supporter Bronze Supporter

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    Silecerco Osprey, buy the 9, 40 or 45 for your needs...
     
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    chase Wilsonville, OR Bronze Supporter Bronze Supporter

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    FourTeeFive PNW Washington State Active Member

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    iamme Lane County Well-Known Member

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  10. Andy

    Andy Aurora, OR Active Member

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    Yeah, the 1.75"H isn't going to work. I took at look at their catalog and I do recognize them.
    Thanks for the Fort Moe link. I noticed the 503 phone number on their website. Where in Oregon are they located?

    Andy
     
  11. Andy

    Andy Aurora, OR Active Member

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    Thanks!
     
  12. Andy

    Andy Aurora, OR Active Member

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  13. chase

    chase Wilsonville, OR Bronze Supporter Bronze Supporter

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    Scott is located in Greshem off of Mclouglin. I've also bought from Andrew (Coctailer on this board) had it dealer transfered to Fort Moe in Greshem which took about 3 weeks then picked up from Scott. Both were profesional and curteous.

     
  14. Dan1477

    Dan1477 Beaverton, Oregon Active Member

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    Hey so I am totally going to partially hijack this guy's thread. I have a bunch of glocks in 9mm. I really like the silencerco Osprey design because it doesn't obscure the sights as much as say, the TI-RANT 9. That is pretty important for a glock. Also, I think an Osprey 45 would be best because you can use it on so much (300blk etc). My question is this: Will a 45 suppressor on a 9mm provide less decibel reduction than a 9mm suppressor on a 9? How much of a difference is it?

    Also what is your opinion on the Osprey being non user serviceable?

    Thanks!
     
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  15. Andy

    Andy Aurora, OR Active Member

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    Good question. Hijack approved.
     
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  16. TOVO

    TOVO SW WA. Active Member

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    I have an AAC EVO 9. The best part about the suppressor is you can get different attachments for it. You can have a solid mount or flexible (not sure this term is correct) to mount to a Glock with a floating barrel. I also have a 3 lug Navy mount for my HK SP89k. This one suppressor goes on many different guns for me. It is also fully auto rated but, you can not take it apart.
     
  17. del_and_bones

    del_and_bones Anchorage, AK Physics Pirate

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    I own an Osprey and love it. I'd check into the Liberty Mystic, you can use it on anything from rimfire to 300BLK/7.62x39/6.8SPC. Dan-Dee sales has one in stock
     
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  18. ScorpioMk

    ScorpioMk Bothell Member

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    I have a tirant and love it, I would also recommend a octane 9 and if you want something that covers a lot of caliber (but is a pig, almost twice as heavy as my tirant) a liberty mystic is also very popular.
     
  19. iamme

    iamme Lane County Well-Known Member

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    Typically a larger can on a smaller caliber will not suppress quite as well as "the proper can", but I think the benefit outweighs it in the ability to use on many more hosts.

     
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  20. chemist

    chemist Beaverton OR Well-Known Member

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    Yeah, buy the can for the largest caliber you shoot and use it on any smaller-bore host too.
    The name of the game in suppression is expansion volume, so a big ole .45 Osprey can will still work pretty well on a 9mm.

    Also, it's not just about the dB level; the kind of sound it makes is important too. A big, wet can makes a noise that just doesn't sound like a gunshot. You can hear it, but you'd never guess what it is.
     
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