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    Quote Originally Posted by propel View Post
    Awesomeness!!!

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    Looks like that first link is for the USPT version - wish the extra pistons were cheaper and more available.

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    Quote Originally Posted by D9M9TR9S View Post
    Just to add, with any of the shorter and lighter options, they are NOT going to be as quiet. The newer cans that popped up were only quieter ( and not really noticeably, no matter how nice they are) because they are 1" or more in length longer than the KAC can. The Mark 23 and KAC is a perfect combo, weight, sound, and of hands down aesthetics over all the rest of the competing cans and that's being shot dry or wet.
    Yup. The KAC is worth it, I went through the "is it worth it" a few years back when I bought mine. Even posted a thread here. It's absolutely worth it, far better than the newer suppressors. To my ear just as quiet, much shorter and far more robust. Negligible back pressure, especially compared to many of the current latest and greatest offerings.

    Pull the trigger on the KAC, you won’t regret it. Mine is my favorite suppressor, I went out and bought the USP-T version as well. Nothing better than H&K, KAC, and a .45ACP.
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    Apparently, this one belonged to Larry Vickers <shrug>
    https://www.gunbroker.com/item/815219415

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    I just found an old thread here about warranty and suppressors. UGH. I will see what HK responds with now because that thread was a few years old.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pysaki View Post
    Looks like that first link is for the USPT version - wish the extra pistons were cheaper and more available.
    Good eyes--- should have looked at box and Part Number better--- the pistons are expensive, if you can find them!!!

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    The KAC is rugged and timeless. IMHO it screams Navy SEALs.



    The B&T is rugged and elegant. IMHO is says Bond, James Bond. I find it very easy to imagine Bond in a tuxedo pulling this out of a shoulder holster.



    If the KAC was available in Europe, I would get one, but I am very satisfied with the B&T.
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    That's funny @Callahan . I was thinking I'd love to have the B&T suppressor. Grass is always greener, huh?
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