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Glock 29 suppressed

Discussion in 'NFA Firearms and Accessories' started by DickP, Aug 4, 2010.

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  1. DickP

    DickP Member

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    Along the lines of Mr. Giggity's post - has anyone seen Glock's little 10mm suppressed? A Google search doesn't seem to turn up any threaded barrels for this gun... Is the 29 just an impractical platform for hanging a can on?

    (In other words, will I just have to bite the bullet and buy myself a Delta Elite? :D)

    Thanks!
     
  2. LiquidTension

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    I'd say that yes, it's an impractical platform. There aren't a lot of cans that are rated to handle 10mm, and the really short barrels aren't great for hanging a big weight off of.
     
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    I have an antique (first gen) AWC Nexus, that I have used on a Colt Delta 10mm. I do not use full 10mm loads, but rather use 200gr XTP's at 900-950fps. The can is heavy, but has a very well designed piston, that can also be locked out for single shot. I do not know if it would get damaged with high pressure, full 10mm loads, but it is a .45 suppressor that works just about as well on the 10mm as it does suppressing .45ACP. Newer .45 cans should work the same way with subsonic 10mm. The only problem I see with your idea is getting a longer M29 barrel. Perhaps Jarvis would make you one, if it isn't currently on his list.
     
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    ok my g30 had my aac evo45 on it and my g21 still does (sold the g30). so i put a can on my g20 and guess what, it worked too so if i ever get another g29 i will try it and let you know. try lone wolf for a barrel or jarvis (i have several of both brands for mine) or bar-sto
     
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    Will AAC warranty an Evo45 that's had 10mm shot through it?
     
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    as long as you dont have a baffle strike i dont see why not. heck i ordered the buffer to use it on my glock 20 and mike there knew what i was using it for (9/16x24 buffer from evo40)
     
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    Silvers and Fletcher both stated that they would not warranty an Evo40 that's had 10mm shot through it over on Silencertalk. I'm guessing the same would go for an Evo45.
     
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    I say again, you wanna suppress a 10mm, make it subsonic first (i.e. use subsonic 10mm ammo). It will work FINE in a .45 can.
     
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    I'm looking into suppressing my g29 also. Bar-Sto makes a 5" barrel for the 29EFK and wolf make +1/2" threaded barrels also. My biggest concern is will it cycle or not. I have a 357 sig conversion barrel that is threaded and with a fake suppressor it cycles fine. Coastal and AAC both told me to use their 40 cal suppressors and it should work fine with 10mm subsonic ammo.
     
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