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glock and suppressor

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by Lumpy_3, Jul 19, 2006.

  1. Lumpy_3

    Lumpy_3

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    Ive heard that there is out there a suppressor that works with a glock reliably. Can someone tell me wich one it is, and if it is trully reliable.
     
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    There are plenty to work with Glocks

    Advanced Armament in GA
    Gemtech in ID
    SWR in GA
    AWC somewhere
    SRT in AZ
     

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    Yeah, but theres one out there that doesnt need some booster or somthing like that. Wich one is that?
     
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    I think that you are referring to the titanium AWC Abraxus. Keep in mind that it is a light can (3.3 oz). It will require frequent recharging of the artificial environment; usually after 5 rounds. I am currently using an AAC scorpion on my Glock 26. It weighs only 2.2oz (63grams), requires a recharge of water or 5cc of ultra-sound gel after five rounds. If you plan on suppressing a Glock 17 or 19, your best bet is to go with a booster can such as an evo-9 (AAC) or shadow 9 (swr).
     
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    I thought you wanted reliable operation, tiny grease packed cans at best will give marginal operation. Won't be as quiet you will need to be pumped with grease every 10 shots or less.
     
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    Thanks for the info. We are just recently able to have them in Michigan. Im going to go with one for my g22, or g34. Im not sure yet.