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Got a SiCo Omega 9k in jail. It’s really meant for my APC9, but I figured gee gosh I better get a pistol host just case I need do anything international operation for the CIA or something....


I am considering the following:
-USP9 Tactical (do they still make them with the match trigger?)
-P226
-Dan Wesson Discretion
-CZ Custom Hush
-P239
—P228


Any favorite 9mm suppresses Host our there?
 
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Your first two are (in my mind) the best pistol hosts out there. Having shot them side-by-side with identical cans I can’t say one is better than the other. I think either would make you extremely happy.



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Agree with 1 then 2... not going to find any better hosts for suppression !
 
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Fairly certain the newer USP9 tactical comes with the match trigger. The older SD models do not.
 
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There is one gun in there that is a whole different level and the clear winner: the Hush.

I've been eyeing one for over year and can't believe I haven't pulled the trigger on one yet. The other guns on that list don't even compare. If I'm picking a second place, I'd say the 226.

One of my favorite suppressor hosts is the Beretta M9A3. I like it over the 226 as a host personally. One nice thing is that you don't need a booster on a 92. That means you don't have to mess around changing from booster to spacer when swapping it from your APC to your pistol.


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I’m kind of enamored with the Dan Wesson Discretion.

Re: the Beretta, I have heard blow back can a problem/the con of that design? Thoughts??
 
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Whether you need a booster or not on a Beretta 92 depends on the weight of the suppressor and the ammo used. The heavier the can, the more likely that you’ll need to use the piston spring.
 
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I like the 226 but would like to know how others like it compared to the 239.
 
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