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Thompson Machine Poseidon on a PM9

Discussion in 'NFA & Class III Discussion' started by tyromeo55, Jan 10, 2010.

  1. tyromeo55

    tyromeo55 Sharpshooter

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    For the suppressor connoisseur. So far Iv'e heard some pretty good reviews. It has a foreword + rear wipe and runs wet but man it's small. What do yall think? I'm already put it on my gotta get list for 2010

    Below is a Uzitalk member strobro32's who let me repost his picture here

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    Keep in mind the total length of the Kahr is just over 5"
     
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    Nice cans and a seemingly really nice company. IMO, it isn't really a micro can. It is just short. If I was wanting a small wet 9mm can I couldn't pick the Thompson over the DeGroat Nano. It is short and narrow. The Thompson I believe is still a 1.25 inch can.

    Length= 4"
    Diameter= .98"
    Weight= 3.1 ounces
    Material= 100% Titanium
    Suppressor Finish= Satin Bead Blast and YAG Laser Engraved. (Optional finishes at available at extra cost)
    Baffle Stack = Mono Core Design
    Maintenance= Can Be Fully Disassembled for cleaning
    Extra Suppression= Use of Optional Wipes
    Calibers= .17HMR, .22 short, .22lr, .22 Mag, 5.7x28mm, .380, 9mm, and many others
    Threads Mount= 1/2" - 28TPI, 13.5-1mm LH , and Custom Theads Available at Extra Cost
    Full Auto Rated= Yes, but excessive full auto use that causes increased wear on both gun and suppressor is not recommended.
    PRICE= $525

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  3. tyromeo55

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    Yea, That one is really nice too. I just don't see Ti and 1/4' in diameter being worth an extra 150 bones
     
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    PM9's are finicky guns. I'm curious as to how hanging a can on one effects it.

    My PM9 is a pocket gun which precludes using a can. I just haven't found shooting smaller 9mm's suppressed to be as satisfying as shooting full size ones.
     
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