Now Talk About A 9mm Suppressor!

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Historian
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Now Talk About A 9mm Suppressor!

Post by Historian » Tue Dec 01, 2020 11:24 am

Historical 1923 DWM with Suppressor Images to brighten up the day.

<< https://www.phoenixinvestmentarms.com/1951DWM23SIL.html >>

No aluminum or plastic/elastic receiver here. :)

addendum: Luger Swiss Flash Hider
<< https://phoenixinvestmentarms.com/AC12flashsupp.htm >>

speed6
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Re: Now Talk About A 9mm Suppressor!

Post by speed6 » Sat Dec 05, 2020 6:18 pm

Is the end cap on that suppressor a wipe? The hole is waaaaay to small for a 9mm bullet to pass through...maybe it's made of a compliant material?

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Re: Now Talk About A 9mm Suppressor!

Post by speed6 » Sat Dec 05, 2020 6:20 pm

Aah, a couple images down:

"This is not a Class III weapon and will not require a Form 4 for transfer. The enclosed 'can' is furnished as a "prop" to illustrate an NFA identified silencer. This ersatz silencer has a .22 Cal discharge hole and is unsafe to fire a 7.65mm bullet the gun is designed for. Do Not Attempt to fire this weapon with the silencer attached. This Parabellum can be shipped with a C&R license."

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Re: Now Talk About A 9mm Suppressor!

Post by ECCO Machine » Sat Dec 12, 2020 2:01 pm

speed6 wrote:
Sat Dec 05, 2020 6:20 pm
Aah, a couple images down:

"This is not a Class III weapon and will not require a Form 4 for transfer. The enclosed 'can' is furnished as a "prop" to illustrate an NFA identified silencer. This ersatz silencer has a .22 Cal discharge hole and is unsafe to fire a 7.65mm bullet the gun is designed for. Do Not Attempt to fire this weapon with the silencer attached. This Parabellum can be shipped with a C&R license."
Ummm.....if that thing is hollow inside, you bet your posterior it's a silencer in the ATF's view. Doesn't matter that the cap bore is .22 cal.

If it's solid or has a solid tube through it, that's different. It would just be a barrel extension. But if it has a internal chamber that gasses can flow into, it's a silencer.

The only way that might fly (and I would need an official determination letter to believe it) is if the thing were permanently attached to the pistol.
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Re: Now Talk About A 9mm Suppressor!

Post by jlwilliams » Wed Dec 16, 2020 5:58 pm

Neat find! Threaded 30 cal Luger. I noticed it doesn't have a front sight.

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