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This 227 has been in Robert Burke's shop for the Carry Action trigger. He milled the slide for a Trijicon RMR, so it's a sweetheart as is but it's needs a suppressor but I don't even know where to start.

Anything I should stay away from as well as recommendations please.. Besides the range I'll use it for nightstand duty. Any/all help is appreciated.
 
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Take a look at the Rugged Obsidian 45. For HD use you could run it in the shorter configuration to keep the overall package a little shorter. That’d get my vote.



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I have a Silencerco Octane 45K. Its a bit shorter than the full-size Octane 45; 6.85" vs 8.50". Its rated at 139.8 db. vs the regular Octane 45 @ 132.0 db. I compared the two prior to buying, I couldn't tell the difference in sound reduction. The difference in length was noticeable. I have several Silencerco suppressors - also have other brands (Larue Tranquilo, Gemtech). I like the Silencerco products and their support - they fully guarantee their products and they are true to their promise.
 
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Hard to beat the Obsidian. I’ve had one since they came out and have been happy with it and the company.


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Thanks for the help guys. I've been on the Rugged and Silencerco sites and trying to make a decision so the wait can start. Thanks again.
 
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I'm also an Obsidian owner. Big fan. Great suppressor. I used mine in a mixture of full and K configuration for the first couple months and have never gone back to full.
 
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Just a note, you can find the full size Octane 45 cans for a steal right now. I think I remember seeing the, for $399 last week. A slightly older can than the Obsidian, but very capable.



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