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.45 suppressor for pistol and rifle

Discussion in 'NFA & Class III Discussion' started by kennedy, Jun 2, 2012.

  1. kennedy

    kennedy Sharpshooter

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    I am thinking of getting a KRISS super v in the short barrel configuration. The Kriss shoots a .45acp round as does my 1911. My question is...is there a can anyone can suggest that I could use for both weapons?
     
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    .45 osprey by Silencerco or. 45 tirant by aac are the hottest on the market right now. I got an osprey and love it. But it is not something you can disassemble, I hear the tirant is.
     
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    what are the costs on those?
     
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    Email me.
     
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    I'm trying to reply to your email but it keeps getting returned undeliverable.
     
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    The email you sent came from cox.com. Strange. Had trouble with a cox email before, but it just figured itself out.
     

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