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HenryACR 10-29-2010 03:15 PM

Suppressor for HK45?
 
I'm looking for the best suppressor possible for the HK45. AAC seems to be quite reputable, but I can't decide between the Ti-RANT and the EVOLUTION. Do you gentlemen have any other suggestions/preferences? Price is irrelevant. Thanks.

HK45: Heckler & Koch - USA
Ti-RANT (first choice): Advanced Armament :: Ti-RANT .45

Dillinger 10-29-2010 03:32 PM

If price is truly not a concern than Brugger-Thomet is the company to go with.

We have a guy who has the H&K and this is the suppressor that he ended up with after trying the one recommened by H&K out of the box ( their own ) and one from a US source, but it was not AAC, but AWC.

The Brugger is a very nice, very expensive suppressor and you can expect a long wait period to get it imported, but it runs like a champ.

Please post pics of what you go with.

JD

HenryACR 10-29-2010 03:36 PM

nice! thanks man, looks legit. should i be concerned that the AG reduces only 19.4 db while the Ti-RANT reduces 30-41 db?

Dillinger 10-29-2010 03:47 PM

Don't get me wrong, the Ti-Rant is supposed to be the latest in new tech and it is SUPPOSED to be the next big thing.

Truth be told, I am looking at adding the Ti-Rant to a pistol I am getting, but AAC worked with the pistol manufacturer so the pistol is basically "designed" to function with that specific AAC suppressor.

The Brugger I have seen work with the HK Mark 23 ( the big, heavy daddy of the USP's ) and I know the quality is there. Brugger-Thomat has been in the supressor game for quite a while and their's flat works.

I have not shot, or seen, the Ti-Rant up close, so I don't know. The press has been very positive.

Best bet would be to call AAC, they are VERY helpful, and tell them exactly what you want the pistol to do with the rounds you will be using and field conditions.


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