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Octane 9 or Tirant 45? Already have 45 Osprey.

Posted: Fri May 16, 2014 3:59 pm
by QuIet Noob
I have a chance to get a great deal on either. Unfortunately I can only afford one right now. Like the title says I already have a 45 Osprey. I like the ability to shoot multiple calipers through the Tirant. Is there enough difference in performance to push me towards the Octane 9 for 9mm shooting? The Octane is cheaper but I can afford the Tirant.


Help me make up my mind!

Re: Octane 9 or Tirant 45? Already have 45 Osprey.

Posted: Fri May 16, 2014 11:32 pm
by Emilio
Did you mean multiple calibers through the "Octane"?

Octane is easier to clean , better for lead and 22lr, it is stronger, has great mount and piston selections, and trusted service. ( no brainer)

Re: Octane 9 or Tirant 45? Already have 45 Osprey.

Posted: Sat May 17, 2014 1:42 am
by MJF1911
Octane 9 would be my choice.

Re: Octane 9 or Tirant 45? Already have 45 Osprey.

Posted: Sun May 18, 2014 2:12 am
by rimshaker
Neither. Wait and try to get a deal on a Octane 45.

Re: Octane 9 or Tirant 45? Already have 45 Osprey.

Posted: Thu May 22, 2014 3:56 pm
by OJB4
Octane 9 if you can't spend a little extra and get the Octane 45. LOVE my Octane 9.....have the 45 on the way

As said earlier, you can take that Octane 9 down and clean it easily, good customer service if needed and damn it...that Octane just looks sexy.

Re: Octane 9 or Tirant 45? Already have 45 Osprey.

Posted: Fri May 23, 2014 12:19 pm
by Liberty Suppress
Well, there is always the Mystic from Liberty. It's pretty versatile too and takes all these calibers: 22 Hornet, 22 K Hornet, 218 Bee, 223 REM – 16″ BBL, 30 PPC – Subsonic, 30 Carbine, 32-20, 357 MAG, 221 Fireball, 32 S&W Long, 32 H&R Magnum, 380, 9X18, 9X19 (Base Caliber), 38 Super, 38 Special, 38 S&W, 357 Max – Subsonic, 338 Spectre, 300 BLK, 300 Whisper, 300/221, 308 Win- Subsonic, all rimfire cartridges, 5.45x39MM Russian, 7.62 X 39 MM, 6.8spc AND We now rate it for the 300 BLK in both supersonic and subsonic on an 8″ barrel on full auto.

Just sayin, there is another option at a low MSRP of $750.

Tim @ Liberty