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Old 02-18-2012, 21:33   #107
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Originally Posted by emt1581 View Post
I wanted a DeGroat Nano in the worst way when it came out... not sure if I read bad reviews or what but my interest died down a bit. Still, a multi-caliber can that was effective would be awesome!! Usually the best results are had with cans made for a specific caliber and sometimes specific gun.

My Gem-Tech is nice but I HATE the fact that I can't take it apart to clean. In a few years I'll probably bite the bullet and have it converted to one I can take apart. I know a company or two offers the upgrade since only the outer tube is actually registered.

-Emt1581
Yes, the Nano is compact...

..but I will pass on 148.2 db WET using 158 gr subsonics!

Unsuppressed is 159.3 db

Lots of wait time & expense for only 11.1 db of suppression!


Though my .40 Osprey is much larger.. http://www.silencerco.com/?section=P...sprey-Assembly

..it features user changeable mounts, is also multi-caliber, the rectangular profile is OEM iron sight & bottom mount light/laser friendly, & other innovative features...

..but also has really respectable 9mm & .40 ear safe sound suppression when DRY numbers...!

.40 Osprey
161db unsuppressed with .40
127db w/40
Dry 34 db suppression with 180 gr .40
160 db unsuppressed with 9mm
124.9db w/9mm
Dry 35.1 db suppression with 147 gr 9mm

9mm Osprey
160db unsuppressed
124.9db w/9mm
Dry 35.1 db suppression with 147 gr 9mm

Fantastic numbers with 9mm out of a .40 suppressor...IMO!
And even better numbers can be achieved wet!




But....If going compact & wet in 9mm..

..the AWC Abraxis is & will continue to be my choice!
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