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Quietest 9mm suppressor

Discussion in 'NFA Firearms and Accessories' started by Carbon_15, Apr 2, 2011.

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  1. Carbon_15

    Carbon_15 Member

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    Well, I have been enjoying my .22 suppressor for some time now, and its time to step up. I have decided to start with 9mm as my first centerfire suppressor for 2 reasons. I load tons of 9mm (easy to make subsonic) and I have an idea for a .357/.38 leveraction to use the same can.
    I dont want to say money is no object (because it always is) but I want to get the best possible can. I hate to spend $500 for a mediocre can when I could spend $250 more and get the best.
    I will probly be mounting it on a Beretta 92 and the aformentioned levergun so a neilson device would be just extra weight and length. I would also prefer something that is easily taken apart for cleaning so that I can shoot lead if I want. Both of those criteria (cleaning, and no neilson device) take a back seat to quietness though.
    Thanks
    Jason
     
  2. rjrivero

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    I have a Trident-9, an Osprey-9 and a Liberty Mystic.

    The Liberty Mystic is quieter than both of the others, but it is larger as well. Of the three, the Mystic is the only one that is user serviceable. The stainless steel monocore design is easy to clean as well. When I use it on my Beretta, it requires a Booster because of the 13 oz weight.

    The trident and the osprey are fantastic cans as well. Just a little less quiet. While I don't have one, the new SWR Octane is a user serviceable can that would fit your criteria.
     
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    Red jacket firearms
     
  4. Keith@Liberty

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    Hey pwrstrkd, do you have a red jacket suppressor you can give us a review on? If so I'd like to hear it
     
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    :scrutiny: red jacket......:uhoh:

    Liberty builds some great and innovative products. You really can't go wrong with one. I own a tirant9 and osprey9 among others....but if I ever decide to get a 300 blk out setup I'll be buying a mystic.
     
  6. Carbon_15

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    I think I may have decided on the Trident-9. it is a sealed can...but it seems to be as quiet or quieter than the rest, and is light and short....and cheaper than the others I was considering.
    Is there any reason I should consider the Ti-rant or Osprey over the Trident? anyone have a side-by-side comparison of these 3 before I drop the hammer?
    Thanks
     
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    I'll be going with an Osprey when I come up with the cash. Since it's an offset design, you don't have to have tall sights to clear it.
     
  8. Ironman

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    Carbon15-

    Take a look at SWR's "replacement" for the Trident9

    SWR Octane 9
     
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