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Does anyone have a preference/experience for a MPX suppressor?

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Tommy


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I have an Omega9k on mine.
Works great with 147grain ammo.
 
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Ti-Rant works well....but my Octane is still in jail for a little bit. I'm hoping that is the one....
 
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I have an Omega9k on mine.
Works great with 147grain ammo.


I also have the SilencerCo Omega 9K on a Rugged trip-lug mount. Incredibly short package on a 4.5" barrel.
 
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What about the multi caliber suppressors?


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I'm using the Silencerco Hybrid on my MPX. It has the 9mm endcap and the ASR mount. I wanted my MPX to be as quiet as possible while minimizing the chance of blowback which means a larger volume can. It has worked just as I had hoped, very quiet and no blowback. It's larger than a traditional 9mm can but still quite lightweight.





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Originally posted by creslin:
I have an Omega9k on mine.
Works great with 147grain ammo.


Just picked up a MPX and was looking at the Omega9k also, $800 seemed high but I just started looking so am not sure. Is that a decent price?


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Originally posted by creslin:
I have an Omega9k on mine.
Works great with 147grain ammo.


Just picked up a MPX and was looking at the Omega9k also, $800 seemed high but I just started looking so am not sure. Is that a decent price?


That's about what I paid for mine as well.
 
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Thank you


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Originally posted by creslin:
I have an Omega9k on mine.
Works great with 147grain ammo.


I also have the SilencerCo Omega 9K on a Rugged trip-lug mount. Incredibly short package on a 4.5" barrel.

How does it work with 115 grain ammo?

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I've not tried it with 115 - but I imagine it'd be fine... just a bit loud.
124 works fine - but is also not subsonic.
 
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Did you have to use a wrench to remove the flash hider? Any tips...I read about soaking it in hot water first.
 
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Did you have to use a wrench to remove the flash hider? Any tips...I read about soaking it in hot water first.


hah!
I actually gave up on that.
I had my barrel cut and threaded - so removing the flash hider simply became a non-issue for me.
 
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Did you have to use a wrench to remove the flash hider? Any tips...I read about soaking it in hot water first.


Ya...getting the flash hider off is a bit of a bitch.

I soaked mine in water for 24 hours, clamped it up good in a barrel vise, and used a large screwdriver thru the hider slots to add torque.

'Didn't think it would at first, but then "SNAP" - it came loose Smile

Good luck.

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