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If you are committed to Glocks, this seems like an interesting development.

Doesn't require a threaded barrel and clips onto the accessory rail.

Doesn't show if it deals against the barrel, but it looks really good.

http//www.thefirearmblog.com/blog/2017/03/10/fischer-development-suppressor-glock-17-19-austria/

The price is inline with traditional threaded suppressor as well.

No idea about ease of disassembly for cleaning.
 
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http://www.thefirearmblog.com/...glock-17-19-austria/

I'll give pasting it a shot. It worked when I copied it, not sure why pasting didn't work in the OP.

Interesting but I'd definitely wait a while to see real world review before jumping on one. Looking at the picture alone it appears it'll be heavy and cumbersome to say the least.


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Damn that thing is huge!

Looks like something Judge Dredd would carry. That's also not a lot of clamping surface to distribute any forces. I wouldn't call the rail's alignment with the bore 'precision', also.


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Looks like the Osprey's big fat cousin. Big Grin


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How does the barrel tilt during recoil in that thing?




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Looks like it's not actually threaded/attached to the barrel in any way. It's just mounted very close to the barrel attempting to "catch" the combustion gases as they leave the muzzle. And since they can't align it to the barrel properly it likely has a very large bore to prevent baffle or end cap strikes. It's probably going to be very loud.




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I applaud that their thinking outside the box, but I'm not sold on the design.
 
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I would love to hear it in action.


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Originally posted by Brett B:
Looks like it's not actually threaded/attached to the barrel in any way. It's just mounted very close to the barrel attempting to "catch" the combustion gases as they leave the muzzle. And since they can't align it to the barrel properly it likely has a very large bore to prevent baffle or end cap strikes. It's probably going to be very loud.


Yes, and with the rail itself being made of polymer, it's going to flex.

Heck, the frame on most Glocks that I've seen has an upward curve to it (so that the top of the frame almost touches the slide at the very front of the gun).
 
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No way for $600 +/-. I can't see throwing a stamp at something like that.




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Looks like an overpriced piece of crap.

Bang reduction: 139.9 dbC L peak

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