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Posted: 2/23/2007 1:10:27 PM EST
Purely a host for the suppressor, no other needs.

Considering cost, the winner is the Glock. I can get a threaded Glock for less than $600 to the door, while the threaded Sig option will cost $725 for a CPO model or $900 for the 226 Tactical. On top of the Sig option is the need to purchase a $75 LID from AAC to match the Euro threads.

Are there any reasons NOT to go with the Glock for the host?
Link Posted: 2/23/2007 3:16:37 PM EST

Originally Posted By AZ-K9:
Purely a host for the suppressor, no other needs.

Considering cost, the winner is the Glock. I can get a threaded Glock for less than $600 to the door, while the threaded Sig option will cost $725 for a CPO model or $900 for the 226 Tactical. On top of the Sig option is the need to purchase a $75 LID from AAC to match the Euro threads.

Are there any reasons NOT to go with the Glock for the host?


The Tactical I got was less than that. Check out Jeff Schram (sp?) and Clyde Armory and see what they have. Call them. They can be found on Sturmgewehr.com

Link Posted: 2/23/2007 3:41:21 PM EST
Go for the Glock this is from a SIG fan.
Link Posted: 2/23/2007 5:05:23 PM EST
I like my HK SD with the Evolution.
Link Posted: 2/23/2007 5:14:45 PM EST
This is a G17 with a SWR Trident 9, it runs great, but it is a little long.


I need to get a threaded barrel for my G19.
Link Posted: 2/23/2007 5:36:10 PM EST

Originally Posted By 1928A1:

Originally Posted By AZ-K9:
Purely a host for the suppressor, no other needs.

Considering cost, the winner is the Glock. I can get a threaded Glock for less than $600 to the door, while the threaded Sig option will cost $725 for a CPO model or $900 for the 226 Tactical. On top of the Sig option is the need to purchase a $75 LID from AAC to match the Euro threads.

Are there any reasons NOT to go with the Glock for the host?


The Tactical I got was less than that. Check out Jeff Schram (sp?) and Clyde Armory and see what they have. Call them. They can be found on Sturmgewehr.com



You have both, shall i take it you prefer the Sig?
Link Posted: 2/23/2007 5:53:37 PM EST

Originally Posted By AZ-K9:

Originally Posted By 1928A1:

Originally Posted By AZ-K9:
Purely a host for the suppressor, no other needs.

Considering cost, the winner is the Glock. I can get a threaded Glock for less than $600 to the door, while the threaded Sig option will cost $725 for a CPO model or $900 for the 226 Tactical. On top of the Sig option is the need to purchase a $75 LID from AAC to match the Euro threads.

Are there any reasons NOT to go with the Glock for the host?


The Tactical I got was less than that. Check out Jeff Schram (sp?) and Clyde Armory and see what they have. Call them. They can be found on Sturmgewehr.com



You have both, shall i take it you prefer the Sig?


I have the Glock 17, the Glock 19 and the Sig P226 Tactical (plus the Beretta 92FS)...

The Sig has the "looks" and the Glock has the function; and the Glock is a hell of a lot cheaper and doesn't require the metric mounts. The Glocks are, have been, and will always be the ugliest pistols of the group.

I really think you will be happy with the Glock 19. You can come try out all of my 9mm pistols and compare if you are up this way and have the time.

Link Posted: 2/23/2007 6:57:53 PM EST
Another +1 on the glock 19, although mine is not suppressed yet. It always works.
Link Posted: 2/24/2007 4:01:12 AM EST
My G19/KKM bbl with SWR/Trident9 would not function wet. I went through about 1k rds. sub ammo many of which were single shot and had to hand cycle(PIA). Still testing method/amount of ablative to use for reliability. Matt with SWR told me the G17 functions better with the Trident and the G34 was best for function/suppression. As for the metric mount, I highly recommend! The LH thread pattern keeps the can tight on my HK USP.
Link Posted: 2/24/2007 4:44:33 AM EST
[Last Edit: 2/24/2007 4:46:24 AM EST by J_M_C]
I'm using a CCF/Swiss Impuls II A on both a Walther P99 and a W. German P226 in 9mmx19.
While I bought it initially for the Walther, I think I actually like it better on the SIG.
Between the two setups, the SIG runs 100% with the same ammo.
I'm having some trouble with the side on the Walther returning back into battery a couple of rounds in every magazine fired.
The SIG looks better also.
I'm looking for a G17 upper right now so I can try the Impuls II A on a Glock pistol.
My next can will be an AAC Evo-9 for both pistols.



Link Posted: 2/24/2007 6:52:03 AM EST
You wont go wrong with a Glock Combo! I run an AAC Evo-9 on a G-19 and G-17 and it runs flawless! I own quite a few suppressors for various weapons and a suppressed glock is almost spookey quiet. It really far passed my expectations for a suppressed firearm.
Link Posted: 2/24/2007 8:32:41 AM EST

Originally Posted By M4Ronin:
You wont go wrong with a Glock Combo! I run an AAC Evo-9 on a G-19 and G-17 and it runs flawless! I own quite a few suppressors for various weapons and a suppressed glock is almost spookey quiet. It really far passed my expectations for a suppressed firearm.


I ask this out of pure curiosity.
Why would, lets say, a G17 w/an AAC Evo-9 be any quieter than a SIG P226 with the same can and ammo combo?
Link Posted: 2/24/2007 11:57:15 AM EST
I'm not saying that it is any quieter than a Sig. That's just the combo I have and it is very quiet and functions perfect. I plan on also getting a threaded barrel for my SIG 226 as well. I imagine the report would be the same.
Link Posted: 2/24/2007 2:05:22 PM EST
[Last Edit: 2/24/2007 2:06:40 PM EST by RenegadeX]
Link Posted: 2/24/2007 2:19:26 PM EST
Link Posted: 2/24/2007 2:43:40 PM EST

Originally Posted By mpallett:
I like the G34, G17. I'm waiting on a barrel for my 226. My G19 doesn't seem to want to work suppressed reliably. It works fine unsuppressed. I've tried it with: AAC Evo9, SWR Shadow9, YHM Cobra, SWR Trident. It only seems to work when everything is very clean and I don't hold it too tightly. This is with 4 or 5 different ammo types. I've found that if I hold it really really tight (almost like it were in a ransom rest) it just doesn't work. On that note, there are some peope that I've seen that just can't shoot a suppressed gun. The last shoot I went to a guy was shooting my G34 with Shadow9 and AE147. It would just not work for him. He would struggle through 5 rounds and it just wouldn't work, I would take the gun from him and it would work fine, he would take it back and it wouldn't.



You gotta learn to hold a glock the RIGHT way Matt....


Link Posted: 2/24/2007 3:09:54 PM EST
Link Posted: 2/24/2007 3:54:26 PM EST
I shoot my Evo-9 on my Walther P-99 , Sig 226 tac ,and HK USP9SD.

The USP 9SD shoots the best. With the raised and adjustable night sites, jet funnel
and 18 round mags ,and a great trigger , it is an all day shooter.

Lots of fun.
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