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.45 suppressor

Discussion in 'NFA Firearms and Accessories' started by Youngrevolver, May 4, 2010.

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  1. Youngrevolver

    Youngrevolver Member

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    Does anyone have a suppressor on there .45? I was considering buying one when I get my G30. Is it worth the ~$1000 once you buy the threaded barrel, suppressor, and pay the $200 tax? Any particular brands work better? Any brands to stay away from?
    Thanks YR
     
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    Silencerco's Osprey is very nice. They came out here last year and did a demo for us.
     
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    Older AWC Nexus on a Springfield. Works pretty well for a .45, and ALWAYS functions due to the Nielson/piston device. It also can be "locked out" for single shot, which disables ejection, so you can dump the brass in your hand. [​IMG][/IMG]
     
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    The Glock is about the easiest and cheapest to suppress. G30=$550, Lone Wolf threaded barrel=$125, 2 photos=$5, 2 fingerprint cards=$15, $200 tax stamp and a SilencerCo Osprey 45=$850. Prices may vary.
     
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    This

    Although the G21SF would make a better host.
     
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    I have a CCF Impuls II which I run on my HK Tactical. It does OK. Definitely needs to be run wet.

    I am looking at the SilencerCo Osprey now though to replace it. I got the opportunity to shoot one and shot dry it is quieter than my Impuls is when shot wet.

    [​IMG]
     
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