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what 9mm can for a glock

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by ssgrock3, Dec 23, 2006.

  1. ssgrock3

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    AAC Evo. Best ever!
     
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    AAC or SWR. Avoid all others.
     
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    I am happy with my Gemtech Trinity series. It sounds a little louder than a paintball gun with off the shelf 147gr ammo. I also run their m4-02 on my 10" Ar-15 upper. Both cans eat the flash and work great. My salesman told me Gemtech makes SWR, having owned both they are identical. SWR is usually a little more pricey.
     
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    Gemtech does not make SWR. Gemtech is owned by Phil Dater and operated in Idaho.

    SWR is owned by Joe Giadinni and two others and is based in Georgia. Your dealer has his head up his *** if he really told you that.

    SWR is a bit more expensive, but their newer-model 9mm pistol cans are quieter than Gemtech's Trinity.
     
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