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Nick Cage

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Threaded pistol barrels
« on: August 27, 2015, 05:50:06 pm »
Well I got my stamp back on my .45 can, and I've been slacking on getting threaded barrels.

I'm gonna get a Lone Wolf barrel for my Glock (unless someone gives me a good reason not to)

And that is about as far as I've got.

I'm definitely going to need a 1911 barrel and a XD 45 tactical (5") barrel.

Do yall have any sage words of wisdom on pistol barrels for silencers?

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    Re: Threaded pistol barrels
    « Reply #1 on: September 03, 2015, 08:14:37 am »
    A buddy had good luck with EFK Firedragon for a threaded 1911 barrel.


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    Re: Threaded pistol barrels
    « Reply #2 on: September 03, 2015, 09:13:07 am »
    I can second EFK barrels.  Mine is for my BHP, which is similar to a 1911 in that they both have the barrel lugs.  I can't say if they are particularly accurate barrels, but only because I lack the skill to really push them to their limits.



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    Threaded pistol barrels
    « Reply #3 on: September 16, 2015, 01:25:12 am »
    I'm late to the party. Sorry. I would vote against Lonewolf barrels. I have one and dislike it greatly. It shoots about 2" high at 15 feet, and sometimes closer distances without a can on it. It shoots closer to point of aim with a can, but it jams a lot. It may have been the gun as well, but I won't find out since I won't be buying another Lonewolf barrel.
    I had it on a Glock 30S. It functioned fine, except for shooting high, without a can.
    I sent it back to the factory and they sent me a brand new barrel. It wasn't as bad as the first, but it still jammed often. I ended up selling the gun and bought a threaded barrel version of the XDM.

    Silencerco makes a great threaded barrel. They aren't made for all makes and models though. We have one for a Glock 19 and it runs like a champ.

    The threaded XDM in both 9mm and .45 run fantastic with and without a can.


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    Re: Threaded pistol barrels
    « Reply #4 on: September 16, 2015, 11:08:22 pm »
    A buddy had good luck with EFK Firedragon for a threaded 1911 barrel.


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