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One more suppressor question

Discussion in 'NFA & Class III Discussion' started by mmcbeat, Oct 29, 2009.

  1. mmcbeat

    mmcbeat Sharpshooter

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    Well, I am getting close. I plan to buy a suppressor for a 9MM Sig 226 with a factory threaded barrel, the barrel has left hand threads. I am leaning toward a Gemtech Tundra. Now here is my question.

    Should I order a suppressor with the left hand threads? Or is there a more universal threaded barrel I should order and get an adapter for use with the Sig?

    Thanks
     
  2. MAJ MALFUNCTION

    MAJ MALFUNCTION Sharpshooter

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    Most European guns (in 9mm) have metric 13.5x1 left hand threads (that index off of the muzzle, instead of the shoulder on the barrel). It works very well and you won't have any issues running a can on it.
     
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    I have the metric booster for my Trident. If you're ever up this way I'd be happy to let you test drive her.
     

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