Which suppressor to buy - KAC Navy or AAC TiRANT?
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    Default Which suppressor to buy - KAC Navy or AAC TiRANT?

    Seeing that they're the same price, which would you buy? The Knight's MP5 Navy can or AAC's TiRANT? Would the TiRANT be quieter?

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    Either would serve you well. The TiRant is scary quiet.

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    The SWR Trident might serve you better . Its pretty versatile - and quiet ...

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    Rock Creek Guns Bessimer AL, ask for Nick Hope, cans have lifetime warr. and are priced right.

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    AAC raised the bar with their TiRant's, but not by much in 9mm.
    Knights & SWR are rated for FA, not sure if AAC is.

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    depends on what you want, hearing safe dry?
    AAC TiRant & Silencerco Osprey - everything else has to be shot wet or with ear protection.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TOPO-sniper View Post
    depends on what you want, hearing safe dry?
    AAC TiRant & Silencerco Osprey - everything else has to be shot wet or with ear protection.
    He's talking about 9mm. I don't believe KAC ever made their Navy can in .45cal although you are correct if referring to .45 pistol cans.

    AAC has stated that the TiRant is F/A rated on another forum. They don't have a 3-lug mount out for it yet but apparently it's in the works. The fixed spacer with proper thread pitch would work fine.

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    KAC was built a long time ago and has not been changed. No need to....it works. AAC has continued to enhance.

    Recently SEALS selected the AAC for their rifles and GROUPS went with Surefire.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LEO View Post
    Evolution is good by Ti is much lighter and quieter. Plus Ti is more durable to the elements - especially salt if that means anything to you.

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