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AAC Ti-Rant 9mm...

Post by Kevin/AAC » Sun Aug 23, 2009 8:34 pm

Post about the Ti-Rant 9mm here...
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Post by DustyJacket » Sun Aug 23, 2009 8:50 pm

To have one fully tested by an impartial party, you should send me a TiRant and a Glock19 and I'll send you my multimount and Beretta........ :lol:



I look forward to seeing/hearing a TiRant some day
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Post by mac man » Mon Aug 24, 2009 4:23 pm

Waiting for John's test results,Ti-Rant looks very promising!

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Post by Davo5o » Mon Aug 24, 2009 4:43 pm

Already ordered mine.

Can't wait to see John's review as well. Including his wet results.

Also super happy to hear your working on a 3lug adapter.

Looks like a real winner.
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Post by Dark Tranquility » Mon Aug 24, 2009 11:02 pm

Ordered mine about three weeks ago.

Would really love to see a good video of the thing in action.

Where did you hear about the three lug?

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Post by Davo5o » Tue Aug 25, 2009 1:32 am

s--t, can't remember?

Maybe I was mistaken?
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Post by DimeGroups » Tue Aug 25, 2009 11:38 am

that is what i am going to throw on my P30 once i get the barrel threaded
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Post by singtoe » Thu Aug 27, 2009 10:29 am

Will the TiiRant be able to taken apart by the user to clean. It looks like the end cap has holes for a take down tool?

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Post by Kevin/AAC » Thu Aug 27, 2009 12:24 pm

singtoe wrote:Will the TiiRant be able to taken apart by the user to clean. It looks like the end cap has holes for a take down tool?
No, the Ti-RANT baffle stack is sealed. You can take apart the entire new ASAP System (The Clutch) for complete cleaning and service.
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Post by singtoe » Thu Aug 27, 2009 5:11 pm

So why are there Holes for what looks like a spot for take down tools?

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Post by singtoe » Thu Aug 27, 2009 5:19 pm

Why we are on the subject, What pouch comes with the Ti-rant? Is it same one that comes with the Evo 45 or is it the cool one, we see in all the photo opps?

I have an Evo 45 and it came with the black nylon case. FBS and the tool to take the ASAP apart with. What exactly comes with the Ti-Rant?

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Post by Kevin/AAC » Thu Aug 27, 2009 6:53 pm

singtoe wrote:So why are there Holes for what looks like a spot for take down tools?
Cool factor.
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Post by singtoe » Thu Aug 27, 2009 9:06 pm

singtoe wrote:Why we are on the subject, What pouch comes with the Ti-rant? Is it same one that comes with the Evo 45 or is it the cool one, we see in all the photo opps?

I have an Evo 45 and it came with the black nylon case. FBS and the tool to take the ASAP apart with. What exactly comes with the Ti-Rant?
What about this?

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Post by M16MANIAC » Thu Aug 27, 2009 9:18 pm

singtoe wrote:
singtoe wrote:Why we are on the subject, What pouch comes with the Ti-rant? Is it same one that comes with the Evo 45 or is it the cool one, we see in all the photo opps?

I have an Evo 45 and it came with the black nylon case. FBS and the tool to take the ASAP apart with. What exactly comes with the Ti-Rant?
What about this?
If I remember correctly the 2 I looked at came with a nice multi cam pouch

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Post by Kevin/AAC » Thu Aug 27, 2009 11:02 pm

Wasn't there a Skinny about this?
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Post by singtoe » Fri Aug 28, 2009 8:57 am

I reviewed the VDO and the Skinney says that it fits the multi cam pouch and that the FBA also fits from the EVO9 but it doesn't actually say what it comes with.

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Post by DustyJacket » Fri Aug 28, 2009 12:16 pm

singtoe wrote:So why are there Holes for what looks like a spot for take down tools?
Gemtech did the same thing with their Sandstorm.

I guess it is for style.........

I would prefer all suppressors disassembled.......
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Post by kapkanimd » Fri Sep 11, 2009 4:48 pm

I got to handle one of these bad boys in Georgia today. It was ridiculously light. It took a lot for me not to just buy it, but I think I might just get the .45 first. :lol:
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Post by Fireman1291 » Mon Sep 14, 2009 6:48 am

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Post by texas_archer » Sun Sep 20, 2009 7:13 pm

Ordered mine from Mark at PS last week. I guess I will get to play with it in 4 months. :(

Going to call him next week and order a SPR/M4 and 762-SD next week (if I get a answer about the 762-SD and 556 10.5" barrel warranty question by then).

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Post by Twinsen » Sun Sep 20, 2009 10:54 pm

I got to fire one of these at the silencer shoot. It was amazingly quiet.

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Ti-Rant Photos

Post by Rob Garrett » Wed Sep 23, 2009 10:46 pm

Kevin and the gang were nice enough to loan me #001 for a write-up in Combat Handguns. I used a Springfield Custom Shop XD for a host. The light is SureFire's new X400 Light/Laser. While I have had this a couple of weeks, I wanted to wait until after the shoot last weekend to post this.

I shot the Ti-Rant against an Evo Delta. When I used super-sonic hand loads the difference was nominal. However, when I used WW 147 Sub-Sonic JHP and Federal 147 grain Sub-Sonic Hydra Shok, the Ti-Rant won hands down. It seem to really like the slightly hotter stuff.

I shot it indoors into a stack of magazines and the sound was not much louder than a yardstick slapping a kitchen counter. I even shot some 124 gr. Gold Dot and it was very quiet when hitting the magazines at short distance. I know that is not real scientific but I hope it gets the point across.

Needless to say, I hope to have one in my vault soon!

Enjoy the photos - Thanks to Kevin and Mike :)

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Re: Ti-Rant 001

Post by paco ramirez » Wed Sep 23, 2009 10:53 pm

Rob Garrett wrote:Kevin and the gang were nice enough to loan me #001 for a write-up in Combat Handguns. I used a Springfield Custom Shop XD for a host. The light is SureFire's new X400 Light/Laser. While I have had this a couple of weeks, I wanted to wait until after the shoot last weekend to post this.

I shot the Ti-Rant against an Evo Delta. When I used sub-sonic hand loads the difference was nominal. However, when I used WW 147 Sub-Sonic JHP and Federal 147 grain Sub-Sonic Hydra Shok, the Ti-Rant won hands down. It seem to really like the slightly hotter stuff.

I shot it indoors into a stack of magazines and the sound was not much louder than a yardstick slapping a kitchen counter. I even shot some 124 gr. Gold Dot and it was very quiet when hitting the magazines at short distance. I know that is not real scientific but I hope it gets the point across.

Needless to say, I hope to have one in my vault soon!

Enjoy the photos - Thanks to Kevin and Mike :)
It was great meeting you at the shoot, but I wish we had a bit more time to talk. I recognize the XD that had the amazing trigger job :D

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Post by Fallschirmjaager » Sun Oct 04, 2009 10:51 pm

So I had wanted to resist drinking the AAC koolaid for as long as possible, but then I handled a Ti-Rant 9mm at the Dulles gun show yesterday. My GOD this thing is light, and it just oozes quality. Not to mention it looks REALLY freaking cool. I've got a 9mm can on the way and might have to take PSI up on that Evo deal too so a third 9mm can isn't in my future, but after having played with one in person I think my plan to put a YHM Cobra 2 on my .45 is going to be waylaid.
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Post by JasonAAC » Wed Oct 07, 2009 5:25 pm

Fallschirmjaager wrote:So I had wanted to resist drinking the AAC koolaid for as long as possible, but then I handled a Ti-Rant 9mm at the Dulles gun show yesterday. My GOD this thing is light, and it just oozes quality. Not to mention it looks REALLY freaking cool. I've got a 9mm can on the way and might have to take PSI up on that Evo deal too so a third 9mm can isn't in my future, but after having played with one in person I think my plan to put a YHM Cobra 2 on my .45 is going to be waylaid.

Agreed, the Ti-RANTs are awesome. And listen, you might think you don't like koolaid, but try a sip- you just might.
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