I am looking at getting my first 9mm suppressor. I would probably run it on a Glock or maybe a mp5. Any suggestions on were to start looking?
I have a couple of AAC TiRants I use on 45s, 9s, and a 9mm SBR. I think they’re very easy to maintain and after the first one stuck with the same model so I could use the same family of pistons. Happy shooter here.
I have the TiRant as well. I bought the 45M and can run it on .45 ACP or 9 mm with the appropriate piston. I didn’t bother with the 9 mm end cap. Suppression on subsonic 9 mm is still quite good.
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I too have an older AAC Tirant in 9mm. It works well and is easy enough to clean. It has a good rep and was on sale when I bought it.
But there are probably better ones or just as good out there now.
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Big fan of the Rugged Obsidian 45. Modular so you can shrink it down or run it in full-length configuration for max suppression. Same setup in their 9mm cans. Though if this is your first pistol can I’d encourage you to consider a .45 can for the versatility to run on any pistol you may have now or in the future.
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Agree on the Obsidian 45. It’s good for use on both a pistol and PCC.
Another vote for the Obsidian. Rugged is excellent to deal with if you should need them.
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Dead Air Wolfman for a 9mm carbine or pistol.
I have the rugged obsidian 45 and use on my VP9 as well as my HK45c. I have recently put it on my MarkIV and it’s quiet . I could go on and on about the excellent qualities of this suppressor but the Rugged website will explain it better .
9mm can -CGS Kracken now called Mod 9.
Lightweight, excellent sound suppression.
AAC Illussion would be the next choice.
If you want to run it on a regular pistol like a Glock, I’d choose the Rugged Obsidian over the Wolfman. The Wolfman is mainly a PCC can that’s a bit big and heavy for a normal pistol.
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