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    Silencerco Osprey 45

    I picked up my Osprey 45 Silencer today. I think I mailed it off sometime around 17 Dec and it was approved on 2 Mar. I guess less than 3 months wasn't too bad. The sorry part is that I didn't even figure out the host yet for this thing. I had plans to put it on a M&P45 but apparently nobody makes a threaded barrel for the midsize. I ordered a threaded 1911 barrel from Jarvis a few weeks ago so I will slap that in one of my 1911s until I figure out what this will spend the most of it's time on. I snapped a few pics to show size compared to a Evo9 and how it might look on a couple different hosts. I will give a full rundown after I get the barrel and shoot it. Thanks goes out to Mark at Polite Society for getting this for me, I believe it is the first Form 4 transfer to go through.













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    Re: Silencerco Osprey 45

    Nice! Looks Robust, Big and Heavy...............

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    Re: Silencerco Osprey 45

    West Valley, UT!

    So if I buy it in Utah... and stay in Utah...

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    Re: Silencerco Osprey 45

    Quote Originally Posted by Merlin View Post
    Nice! Looks Robust, Big and Heavy...............
    Actually it is a lot lighter than you would think at only 11 oz.
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    Awesome, I was wondering when you were going to get that in. Look forward to hearing about that when you get your barrel. You already have some good loads to try out? And is that a QD latch just under where it attaches to the barrel?

    Just from a purely aesthetic view it looks good; I think because it follows the same general contour as the pistol.

    EFK makes a threaded barrel for the FNP-45 now... just saying.



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    Re: Silencerco Osprey 45

    sweet. 8)

    it is awesome that there are now multiple options for hearing safe 45 cans.

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    Re: Silencerco Osprey 45

    Quote Originally Posted by Underground View Post
    Awesome, I was wondering when you were going to get that in. Look forward to hearing about that when you get your barrel. You already have some good loads to try out? And is that a QD latch just under where it attaches to the barrel?

    Just from a purely aesthetic view it looks good; I think because it follows the same general contour as the pistol.

    EFK makes a threaded barrel for the FNP-45 now... just saying.
    The latch is actually how you index it once you screw it on. Looking at the design it is really neat the way they did it.
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    Re: Silencerco Osprey 45

    That can should be VERY quiet. Let me know how it feels in the hand when its mounted to a 1911, I was thinking about building a threaded 1911 for suppressed action myself. BTW, M&P spec ops 9mm guns were a limited one time run, but word around the water cooler is they may do a .45 verison...would be worth getting as a collector item...either way give us a range report!!

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    Re: Silencerco Osprey 45

    That looks BADASS!!!!

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    Beautiful. Makes me want to use some of my blessed bonus money to finally get a suppressor.

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