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Keeping track of the major on line suppressor companies shows consistently low inventory.
Looking at 9 mm cans--low or out of stock for several dedicated 9 mm cans. Silencer Shop, Capital Armory, E Silencers, Quiet Riot. Seems that only "new" 9 mm cans are in stock==DeadAir Odessa 9. Gone are the Tirant 9, Rugged Obsideon 9.
Has modular multi caliber replaced the dedicated can? My observation of the Suppressor market..
 
Posts: 1459 | Location: Southeast CT | Registered: January 18, 2009Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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It seems to happen every summer. It's a good time to buy cans. Many folks shoot less in the summer. Family responsibility, what have you. This allows one to purchase and sock it way a couple of perceived months early for the form 4 wait time.

Folks are also wanting the deals that happened last summer. Free can, 1/2 off can, free stamp. There is some of that going on, but not quite like previous years.

I also see quite a bit of technology jump in manufacturing processes. There are several 3d printed cans, and 3d printing has some interesting designs for baffle stacks. That may be a big reason why some of the older designs are slowly dieing off.
 
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It seems more & more companies are going the Modular route. That and interchangeable end caps... people are just going .45 vs. 9 to get the job done.
 
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