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Posted: 12/25/2012 7:11:15 PM EDT
I wanted originally to suppress my AR, but now I'm reconsidering that decision. With ammo prices and everything I doubt I'll be doing much rifle shooting, so I'm thinking about suppressing one of my pistols. Probably the HK usp compact 9mm.

Also what are some reasonably priced cans for 9mm and 556?

Thanks.
Link Posted: 12/25/2012 7:17:49 PM EDT
Thought about a 22 can? They are loads of fun and can be used on rifle and pistols for pennys per round.

That's all I have now......my next one will be a 30 cal suppressor that'll serve the 223 needs also.
Link Posted: 12/25/2012 7:28:33 PM EDT
Have rifle, pistol, and rimfire cans.......rimfire definitely gets the most use! I would recommend a .22 takedown capable can, then .45 pistol can with pistons for 9mm, then a .30 cal QD can with mounts for .223-.308. You can add dedicated .223 and 9mm cans later.
Link Posted: 12/25/2012 7:34:48 PM EDT
Here's a question...

In a "ban situation"... What are the chances of NFA goin' Bye Bye?

As in... No more apps for stamps accepted?

I wouldn't think they'd be very good since NFA is so far off the radar to the MSM and the Libtards in general...

Thoughts?

Relevance to thread:... Been wondering the same thing... BUT... Been wondering if I need to do it sooner rather than later... Or if I can wait a bit.
Link Posted: 12/26/2012 11:21:13 AM EDT
In true Afcom fashion, Get Both.
Link Posted: 12/26/2012 12:51:32 PM EDT
You get the most bang for your buck with a 22LR suppressor.

Another option would be getting a 9mm suppressors and using it on your .22LR, 9mm pistol, 9mm AR and you can also use it on 300BLK subsonic. The SWR Octane 9 HD has been popular for this.

Another option is getting a 30 cal suppressor for use with 300BLK, 308, 223.
Link Posted: 12/26/2012 1:18:54 PM EDT
Originally Posted By ZMBKL_N:
Here's a question...

In a "ban situation"... What are the chances of NFA goin' Bye Bye?

As in... No more apps for stamps accepted?

I wouldn't think they'd be very good since NFA is so far off the radar to the MSM and the Libtards in general...

Thoughts?

Relevance to thread:... Been wondering the same thing... BUT... Been wondering if I need to do it sooner rather than later... Or if I can wait a bit.


It's really hard to say. Most people think they are illegal already, so the left doesn't seem to go after them much. However a new ban may be totally different from the '94 AWB. They may go after NFA or not. Kind of like who's to say whether a new AWB would have a grandfather clause? At this point anything is just speculation and hopefully we can cut it off at the pass and prevent any new legislation infringing our rights further.

And to the OP, like has been stated above, if you are wanting something you will shoot a lot and relatively inexpensive to shoot, get a good rimfire can.
Link Posted: 12/26/2012 1:32:58 PM EDT
All I know is they have 3 of my items tied up, and if a ban were enacted I would be one pissed off dude out of a couple thousand dollars.....
Link Posted: 12/26/2012 1:43:51 PM EDT
Originally Posted By bwideman:
And to the OP, like has been stated above, if you are wanting something you will shoot a lot and relatively inexpensive to shoot, get a good rimfire can.




+1 on the GOOD can. I wouldn't buy any rimfire can thats not serviceable.


Here is my can after ~1500 rounds


Link Posted: 12/26/2012 3:14:07 PM EDT
Originally Posted By SUB_MG:
You get the most bang for your buck with a 22LR suppressor.

Another option would be getting a 9mm suppressors and using it on your .22LR, 9mm pistol, 9mm AR and you can also use it on 300BLK subsonic. The SWR Octane 9 HD has been popular for this.

Another option is getting a 30 cal suppressor for use with 300BLK, 308, 223.


Ya.....but what do you know about silencers?
Link Posted: 12/26/2012 6:58:05 PM EDT
Originally Posted By GUNGUY148:
Originally Posted By bwideman:
And to the OP, like has been stated above, if you are wanting something you will shoot a lot and relatively inexpensive to shoot, get a good rimfire can.




+1 on the GOOD can. I wouldn't buy any rimfire can thats not serviceable.


Here is my can after ~1500 rounds


http://i1235.photobucket.com/albums/ff436/ds148/20121223110129787.jpg


Wow....is that first baffle to the second baffle completely filled????
Link Posted: 12/26/2012 7:13:53 PM EDT
Originally Posted By EaZeNuTZ33:
Have rifle, pistol, and rimfire cans.......rimfire definitely gets the most use! I would recommend a .22 takedown capable can, then .45 pistol can with pistons for 9mm, then a .30 cal QD can with mounts for .223-.308. You can add dedicated .223 and 9mm cans later.


Who threaded your 10/22 takedown? Did they move the front sight back or take if off completely?
Link Posted: 12/26/2012 10:15:22 PM EDT
Originally Posted By delorean:
Originally Posted By EaZeNuTZ33:
Have rifle, pistol, and rimfire cans.......rimfire definitely gets the most use! I would recommend a .22 takedown capable can, then .45 pistol can with pistons for 9mm, then a .30 cal QD can with mounts for .223-.308. You can add dedicated .223 and 9mm cans later.


Who threaded your 10/22 takedown? Did they move the front sight back or take if off completely?


Don't have one......don't own a single 10/22 in fact.
Link Posted: 12/27/2012 4:12:28 AM EDT
Originally Posted By SUB_MG:
Originally Posted By GUNGUY148:
Originally Posted By bwideman:
And to the OP, like has been stated above, if you are wanting something you will shoot a lot and relatively inexpensive to shoot, get a good rimfire can.




+1 on the GOOD can. I wouldn't buy any rimfire can thats not serviceable.


Here is my can after ~1500 rounds


http://i1235.photobucket.com/albums/ff436/ds148/20121223110129787.jpg


Wow....is that first baffle to the second baffle completely filled????


Ayup It was a mofo to get apart.

Oddly enough I swear it was quieter before I cleaned it.
Link Posted: 12/27/2012 11:22:36 AM EDT
Suppress.

Everything.
Link Posted: 12/27/2012 8:21:21 PM EDT
Form 1, learn it, love it, live it.
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