Well now that I own 5 total Glocks and soon to obtain another one from a coworker who is leaving.....I have the new desire to be able to outfit my G17 with a threaded barrel and soon obtain a suppressor.
Anyone know of any places I can obtain a reliable barrel and good suppressor brands/models? Watching a few videos online have only made me want to get it sooner.
Thanks for all the info and advice!!! :pepper:
Got my factory threaded barrels below. Grab em while you can.
I am looking at a 9mm suppressor in the next year.
The top 4 on my list are:
Octane2 HD SWR
If this is your first suppressor (or only suppressor) the Liberty Mystic has a lot of advantages. This is not my first suppressor so the other three have advantages.
As far as barrels...
and I know I am forgetting a couple other manufacturers.
Discussion of ban. The last ban did not remove the barrels fro the market, it removed the ability to legally add a threaded barrel to a NEW gun. There is no way of knowing what the politicians will plan to do with the new legislation. AND I don't think it will pass, but ....
Being that you will need to work with a local class 3 dealer, that might be a good place to start. IF you find a good one which deals in brand X, then brand X has the most advantages to YOU.
Since you will have to work with a local class3 FFL. Finding the local class3 you want to work with is probably the best first step. If that dealer deals in brand X then brand X may be the best suppressor for YOU.
I'm running a Lonewolf barrel & a Gemtech Multimount on my Glock 34. With the multiple mount's that they make for it, I can mount it on just about any 9mm barrel.
Right now I have the L.I.D. mount with 1/2x28 for my G34, and also a 3-Lug QR mount for use on my 9mm AR pistol. And I just ordered a piston blocking tube for it wich turns the L.I.D. mount into just a threaded mount, and also a 1/2x36 piston just to have another thread option down the road if needed.
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