Any reviews of the HK/B&T 9mm suppressors yet?
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    Default Any reviews of the HK/B&T 9mm suppressors yet?

    I have searched high and low and can't come up with anything on these.

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    What do you want to know?

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    dB levels
    Can they be run wet?
    Disassembly, piston details
    Baffle count
    Weight
    Tube material
    Baffle material


    Pretty much everything, just like you can find on any other pistol suppressor even on youtube these days.

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    They are junk don't buy one LOL!
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    Why are they junk?

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    B&T are some of the best surpressors out there, H&K is only seLling B&T as OEM, they do not make any themselves.

    When it comes to pistol calibre surpressors, B&T usually produces surpressors tailored to the system they will be used, i.e. MP5, MP7, or non HK guns like the EVO Scorpion. Same goes for Pistol SD of the Impulse series.
    These SD are, due to the lower powered rounds, usually Aluminium and Stainless Steel.

    Rifle type surpressors of B&T are more generic, usually made to directly mount to an A2 Birdcage. They are of course calibre specific and come in compact and normal sizes, usually made from a material called inconel and are safe to shoot until glowing red hot, so they are full auto compatible.
    They can be run in any way that you want to, however they are not user serviceable. They are extremely durable but are considered throwaway items after 5-10k rounds, depending on the way they were shot.

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    @baljar
    Very well said
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    You can look at the specs on the B&T website.

    I‘m very satisfied with my Impuls IIA 9mm. I use it with my Glock 19 and my P226 Mk25 ( both factory threaded barrels). Point of impact shift is none existing at about 25m.

    Keep in mind tho, that B&T suppressors aren‘t designed for the civillian market. Maybe (I don‘t know) they are a bit heavier and maybe a little less quiet than some other offering. Really just maybe, there is a good chance they perform better. They are made for police and military, they are go to war items.

    My opinion; they are fine, but some american costumers might be disappointed as they aren‘t user serviceable. And not so gimmicky as some US civillian models I‘ve seen.
    You see B&T cans with many country‘s SF units (French, German, Norwegian, UK, even some US), so they are more than good to go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JBG View Post
    Why are they junk?
    Some people should just give up at trying to be funny.

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    I have one for my Scorpion EVO, very very quiet.

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    B&T is awesome. They are great suppressors!

    Can someone tell me why everyone wants a user serviceable suppressor?!

    I’m so tired of hearing this same phrase..

    “Well you can’t take it apart in 20 pieces and clean it to a mirror polish, so I wouldn’t buy a suppressor like that”

    “Omg! A non user serviceable suppressor” someone notify the president of the United States! This is terrible.

    You do not need to clean a suppressor. People shoot the KAC suppressor for the USP-T like 20K rounds without trouble, and it’s still rolling. With great suppression.

    Dead air wolf 9SD
    Omega 9k
    Omega 45K
    Osprey 45
    Osprey 9
    Osprey 45K
    KAC USP-t
    KAC mk23
    B&T Impuls IIA

    This is only a handful of pistol caliber suppressors that are sealed. And no trouble out of ever cleaning them! It doesn’t need to be done.
    I’m sure I am missing several other cans that are sealed.

    If I had a 9mm or a .40 cal I would purchase one of those B&T HK branded suppressors. Unfortunately they don’t make them in .45 though. That is the only caliber I have.
    Last edited by tps3443; 09-22-2018 at 05:23 PM.

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