Thinking of getting a pistol suppressor, just wondering what opinions are out there. Looking at the Griffin Rev 45 since i already have 1 Griffin Paladin and have been really impressed with it.
The Bowers ASP is a great can, it's a wet can though but really quiet.Thinking of getting a pistol suppressor, just wondering what opinions are out there. Looking at the Griffin Rev 45 since i already have 1 Griffin Paladin and have been really impressed with it.
The Bowers Dreadnought is what you want, it's good on anything up to .460 and really reduces recoil on the big guns. You have to call to get it, it's not listed on their site. I have a picture of our guide sleeping while 7 or 8 high power rifles are going off around him, all wearing Dreadnoughts or VERS 30 cans. Good times.Rifle rounds larger than .300. That's the hole in the trifecta. That's what I have. Octane .45 from the SWR days. Silencerco Omega .300 and a Dead Air Mask for .22. If you want to suppress .350 Legend, .35 Whelen, .338 Federal, 45-70, or in my case .357 Mag from a short lever action you'll run into issues. My point being look at the pressures and caliber ratings for the .45 cans you want to buy and think about what you might shoot in the future. My Omega is restricted to 30 caliber or smaller. My Octane can handle up to .45 caliber but is not rated for rifle rounds. Silencerco says .357 should be OK at 16" barrel length. Dedicated handgun silencer can be lighter weight. A hybrid can built to handle higher pressures can be used on more guns but you pay the weight penalty, usually. If I were buying another can today I'd look at a hybrid like the Dead Air Primal that was just released. LIsted at 16 ounces vs 12/9 ounces for the Ghost. I don't know Griffin products but it's hard to go wrong with any of the major companies.