- Dec 9, 2013
Is there and practicality to a dedicated 9mm can vs 45 can? And who makes a decent one without busting the bank?
Depends on host, ammunition, specific silencer, baffle design; lots of variables to consider. Volume is just a part of silencer design. In my testing, caliber specific silencers do perform better, all things being equal. There are exceptions of course.I thought most .45 cans are quieter than 9mm when used on 9mm because of the volume?
I'm likely wrong on this but I have seen that before.
Thanks for the suggestions. Which one would work best with a Scorpion Micro
This ones mainly gonna be used with a Scorpion MicroI guess I would never suppress a pistol, just me, if you can't holster a pistol what good is it, my opinion.
But did buy a 45 can for a Sig MPX, I regret that move every time I fire it. The 9mm can would have been a way better fit.
I totally agree with this. Omega 9k all the way. Price is decent and like the Saker, it works on damn near everything with a plethora of mounts. And it's compact. I think they make a 45k too?Silencerco Omega 9K
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Yes. If you want to use it on a 22LR, being able to take the silencer apart to clean is important. However, I will always recommend a using a dedicated rimfire silencer above all else.
Got it, thanks. Would you recommendation to have a dedicated .22lr be centered on accuracy concerns?Yes. If you want to use it on a 22LR, being able to take the silencer apart to clean is important. However, I will always recommend a using a dedicated rimfire silencer above all else.