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Glock G22 Suppressor question

Discussion in 'Free Fire Zone' started by wizard1325, Mar 6, 2010.

  1. wizard1325


    Jan 27, 2009
    ok I finnally legal moved to a state where i can purchased Class 3 weapons I always wanted a Suppressor for my Glock

    here are my questions

    1. Which model is the most quiet =0)
    2. What top 2 companys are the best that you guys recommend
    3. and which shoots as accuratly as possiable

    thanks for you time
  2. 40 cal silencers are not in much demand. AAC makes the Evolution 40 and Yankee Hill makes the Cobra in 40. Since you want that caliber you won't have to do a lot of market research.

  3. phxfa


    Jan 3, 2009
    that round does not suppress well, high pressure. 9mm works much better. at least most of the 180 grain loads (40)are sub-sonic though,,, I had a AAC EVO .40 can and it was disappointing to say the least
    Last edited: Mar 6, 2010
  4. wizard1325


    Jan 27, 2009
    so i shouldnt even bother huh =0( unless i have a 9mm
  5. No I said that your choices are down to a couple of products, so not much research needs to be done on your part. Pick item 1 or item 2 and have your dealer order it.
  6. Liff


    Mar 17, 2006
    PNW For a third option.

    The 40 has interested me in buying a can for because of the 180 grain loads. About 950 fps out of the barrel sounds great for suppression, but then again, I do not even know of anyone with this can, so I can not say for sure.

    Then again, you could just buy a 45 can and shoot 40 through it like a lot of people use a 308 can for 223.
  7. r2kba

    r2kba Relax

    Jun 13, 2000
    South Texas
    I've never fired a .40 can. But If I were you, I would look at a 9mm barrel conversion for the glock, and go with a 9mm can. Ammo is cheaper, easier to suppress, and more options.

    If you end up buying the gemtech,swr, or aac .40 can let us know how it works :))