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Posted: 2/24/2006 12:43:56 PM EDT
For my first NFA item, I'm planning on a getting a can. I just can't decide whether to get a 9mm can, or a .22 can.
My choices are an Evo-9 on my Glock 19,
or
an Outback, Outback II, or AAC Pilot on an AA .22lr Glock conversion and also on a .22 AR upper (and many other host guns).
I'm leaning towards the .22 can as I see having more fun with it, and it's extra versatility. The Evo is very cool tho.
Link Posted: 2/24/2006 12:55:28 PM EDT
I'd recommend that anyone's first suppressor be a .22LR one. All your buddies are going to want to try it out, and a .22LR suppressor is about as quiet as it gets. They're probably used to Hollywood suppressors, so you wouldn't want to tarnish that image, would you?

I own an AAC Pilot myself.
Link Posted: 2/24/2006 1:41:10 PM EDT
I was doing the exact same thing, deciding between a 9mm or 22lr can.

22lr just seems like so much fun. TROS will do the Kadet threading.

Decided just today to get the Pilot. The price has jumped on them.
Link Posted: 2/24/2006 4:32:16 PM EDT
Yep, best bang for the buck will be in .22lr. Can't go wrong with either the pilot or OBII.
Link Posted: 2/25/2006 4:53:21 AM EDT
No question, get the .22LR
Link Posted: 2/25/2006 5:49:12 AM EDT
22 is a great can caliber
Link Posted: 2/26/2006 6:19:58 PM EDT
I'm in the same boat myself. I think the .22LR is the best bet, but if I get the 9MM suppressor for now and in the future I can get an UZI or another submachine gun as a host gun. That will be a perfect combination. I'm planning on getting the AAC suppressor either on 22 or 9 mm. The 22LR will be the cheapest set up and a lot more fun thus.
Link Posted: 2/26/2006 10:56:38 PM EDT
BOTH!

im also debating either 9mm or .22lr and think i might just go both
Link Posted: 2/27/2006 3:51:52 AM EDT
Link Posted: 3/1/2006 6:31:00 PM EDT
I have a SWR Warlock, the thing is amazing on my 77/22. With subsonic ammo it compairs to my Red Ryder BB gun. Also Joe stands behind his products all the way, no questions asked. He is the only one I will buy from. Medic 17
Link Posted: 3/1/2006 6:53:09 PM EDT
.22 and .223 first. .308 second. Now my next choice is .45 or 9. Probably both....
Link Posted: 3/4/2006 6:58:21 AM EDT

Originally Posted By M4Madness:
I'd recommend that anyone's first suppressor be a .22LR one. All your buddies are going to want to try it out, and a .22LR suppressor is about as quiet as it gets. They're probably used to Hollywood suppressors, so you wouldn't want to tarnish that image, would you?

I own an AAC Pilot myself.



Definatly go with .22 first. Plus you can get a .22 conversion kit for your G19, tell your friends it's a 9mm. If they buy the Hollywood $hit then that shouldn't be to hard to pull off.
Link Posted: 3/4/2006 8:15:25 AM EDT

Originally Posted By axehole:

Originally Posted By M4Madness:
I'd recommend that anyone's first suppressor be a .22LR one. All your buddies are going to want to try it out, and a .22LR suppressor is about as quiet as it gets. They're probably used to Hollywood suppressors, so you wouldn't want to tarnish that image, would you?

I own an AAC Pilot myself.



Definatly go with .22 first. Plus you can get a .22 conversion kit for your G19, tell your friends it's a 9mm. If they buy the Hollywood $hit then that shouldn't be to hard to pull off.



That's exactly what I'm planning now (except for the telling everyone its a 9mm). Anyone hear anything good/bad about Walker Precision?
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