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Suppressed nineteen elevens?

Discussion in '1911 Forums' started by Thorazine, Aug 2, 2010.

  1. I am curious as to why it seems there is a lack of suppressed nineteen elevens?

    Is this not a good platform to suppress?

    If so for what reason?



    It seems (generally):

    Glock
    HK
    SIG

    Are three of the top choices when it comes to pistols.



    Does the nineteen eleven have a functionality issue when it comes to attaching a suppressor which prohibits this? Something to do with the barrel / recoil system?

    Or it is just a preference?
     
  2. fistpoint

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    google video or youtube:

    "suppressed 1911"...you can even spell it wrong and get tons of hits. They seem to work fine from the videos. If I had to guess I'd say capacity reasons are why people choose the others.

    If I am going to spend that much extra money on a suppressor + tax stamp, it's going on something with more than 7-10 rounds. Just my opinion.
     

    Last edited: Aug 2, 2010

  3. ROGER4314

    ROGER4314 Friends Call Me "Flash"

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    I worked with a guy who was recruited to enter Cuba and supply weapons to counter Castro forces before the Bay of Pigs fiasco. He was issued silenced 1911's. As I recall from his description, the safety was used as a slide lock so it was a single shot pistol. I could be wrong on that. It was a LONG time ago!

    Flash
     
  4. PlasticGuy

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    Suppressed 1911's work well. The barrels don't cam up as much as many other designs, which is a good thing when trying to get a pistol to work with a suppressor. I think the reason you don't see as many is because it is more expensive to have a threaded 1911 barrel fitted than to buy a threaded drop in barrel for a Glock or HK. It works great though.
     

  5. That golf balling looks awfully familiar....
     
  6. id love one too.

    i will agree with the above and assume its the cost of getting a barrel fit rather than the LWD drop in for my glock. the .45acp is generally a subsonic round also so it should work great.

    a suppressed TRP would be a great pairing for my soon to be (hopefully) suppressed remington 700.
     
  7. ctfireman

    ctfireman

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    It would be cool. If i were to get one for one of my guns it would probably be my G19.
     
  8. MD357

    MD357

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    One of these will be in my future...... hopefully soon. Just dunno which 1911 to put it on.

    [​IMG]
     
  9. I'm considering on another nineteen eleven purchase (going to give them another try) in the future and after going suppressed I cannot shoot any other way. =)

    Are there any nineteen eleven manufacturers which offer a model with factory threaded barrel?
     
  10. Hokie1911

    Hokie1911 >

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    Never seen a 1911 like that. Where's the safety? :dunno:
     
  11. DaBigBR

    DaBigBR No Infidels!

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    Circling the wagons.
    I gotta say, a full rail Springfield Operator with an X400 (even though I don't like lasers), a ten round mag hanging out of it, a can, and a set of tall suppressor sights would be pure sex in a gun.
     
  12. MD357

    MD357

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    The can was what I was referring to. :cool: