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Silencerco Osprey 9mm review

Discussion in 'Free Fire Zone' started by Fireman1291, Jul 22, 2010.

  1. Fireman1291

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    Will we be getting a comparison with any other suppressor's?
     

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    Osprey 9mm video review part2 (Shooting range)

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Xc_Wggz2qw

    Notes:
    1. Sorry about the other shooters, it was extremely busy today. I'll do another video in the future on my uncles land. This however shows a comparision with unsuppressed and suppressed shooting.

    2. The Osprey stayed tighter on the USP9SD and I found it would loosen on the glock with LWD threaded barrel. Maybe I was being too delicate with the tightening of the can.

    3. Using 10cc's water will give some blowback, I used 5cc's and obtained the same suppression with no blowback.

    4. The 158grn had a deeper tone, but I think the 147grn sounded better.

    5. Its hard as hell to review a can when people come up to you every 5 seconds wondering what the hell it is. lol

    6. This thing is the FIRE, I love it.
     
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    Wow!

    Ok, just got an email from Josh@Silencerco.....He saw my review and the post about the Osprey coming loose on the LWD glock barrel. So he checked the threads on their Osprey pistons and they all measured at Class3a thread. The LWD barrels they had, did not. So they are working with LWD to get the threading tightened up on future barrels....Its proactive stuff like this that bring companies like Silencerco to the top.

    Just felt you all should know this, Josh didnt ask me to post this but I couldnt keep this info to myself. -Adam
     
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    Next time I go Ill try and do a comparison between a whole bunch. We should get urs in on it to. Maybe go do a shoot at woming antelope club.
     
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    Anyone else buy a 9mm Osprey or TiRant yet? What are your thoughts?

    I just bought a TiRant9 as I wanted to own the two best 9mil cans currently made but I havent seen the two go head to head in person yet. Anyone?