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I've narrowed my search for 1-1/4" diameter (very thin field, btw) suppressors to the Surefire Ryder 9 Ti https://www.tactical-life.com/...der-9-ti-suppressor/

Do any folks "out there" have actual experience and comments on this product?

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I have one, I like it. I bought it for the light weight, small diameter and ease of cleaning. Fit and finish are great. I can almost see over it with stock sights on P228. Works well, good accuracy, quiet, not much first round pop.

Gripes... end caps loosen up until the threads get some fouling so carry the tool and check frequently. First time disassembly was a major pain. I finally figured out I need to soak the guts with some solvent before attempting to remove the baffles.
 
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Wow, THANKS Mike748!
I figure I'll coat all of the mating surfaces with Anti-Sieze to minimize wear and carbon adhesion. And since its intended duty cycle is "UBG," it won't see much action in reality.
http://www.czforum.com/forum/index.php?topic=5599.0
Did you see this (my first) post?
http://sigforum.com/eve/forums...0601935/m/4300054644
Here's the lube study first post link:
http://www.czforum.com/forum/i...66.msg23292#msg23292
Thanks again, Mike748, you've made my day!


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Glad I could help. I think the issue is that some fouling gets between the baffles and the ID of the can and locks things up. I have tried dry graphite lube, TW25b and silicone spray on the baffles after cleaning. The grease plus silicone plus a squirt of Gibbs or WD40 before dissassembly is working for me. Still, more difficult to take it apart than my 22 can (deadair mask). I just got some high temp Super Lube so I may try that. I don't know about anti-seize, as it is gritty to begin with.

I've shot the Surefire on CZ75B, Beretta 92, G19, MPX, AR9. I like the Beretta best as a host, seems to run cleaner and no effect on accuracy. MPX is a bit gassy. The CZ gets super dirty with the can. Probably as with any can, it does loosen up when shooting on a pistol with the booster, so I make sure to give it a twist every 10 rounds or so. Fixed adapter and rifle it does not get loose. Planning to try the 228 soon to see if the LH threads behave differently.
 
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I'll echo what Mike748 said, purchased the Surefire 9 Titanium, in August - now waiting for the ATF.
 
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