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    Suppressors for a 9mm Glock

    I've always wanted to put a silencer on my Glock, what would I need to do this? Where can I find it?

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    I have a few from GemTech and here is there web page it where you can get everything you need

    here is one on a Glock 9mm



    here is there Web page

    http://www.gem-tech.com/TUNDRA.html

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    Here are several barrel manufacturers that make threaded barrels (with conventional rifling so that you can also shoot lead reloads too):

    Jarvis Custom
    Barsto
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    EFK Firedragon
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    stupid question but since i dont know too much about guns.. here i go:
    Aren't suppressors Illegal unless you have some kind of special license?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DEFKON99 View Post
    stupid question but since i dont know too much about guns.. here i go:
    Aren't suppressors Illegal unless you have some kind of special license?
    If you don't have the tax stamp on it then yes, it is illegal.

    You simply file the paperwork, pay your $200, and pick up the suppressor.

    It's simply retarded that we have to deal with NFA paperwork on the suppressors. It's not like it makes the gun completely inaudible. Just one of those old laws that never was modernized for the sake of tax income and regulation.

    You should be able to buy suppressors with any pistol at any store. All it does is save your hearing and cut down on the noise pollution for those not shooting. However, I'll save that for another thread.
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    In Texas you can legally own suppressors, but you have to apply to the ATF in much the same manner as for a machinegun, pay the $200 tax stamp fee, and once you are approved you can pick up the suppressor at a Class III/SOT dealer.
    "Ammo in the gun = Time in the fight." -Paul Gomez

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    wow that would save me some cash on earplugs.

    thanks for the info guys

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    Suppressors

    I have always wanted to have one of these on a .22. Anyone have any experience with one on a .22 cal pistol?
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    I had a Ruger 10/22 that was full barrel suppressed and it was a sweet rifle, but a friend offered me the right price for it so I sold it to him. it was real queit with sub sonic ammo .

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    Here's a page with some details on the rules and steps you have to go through to purchase a suppressor:

    http://www.tacticalinc.com/pages/nfabuy.html
    "Ammo in the gun = Time in the fight." -Paul Gomez

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