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See The Madritsch Weapon Technology Suppressor with Pol-Tec at Enforce Tac

Germany’s Pol-Tec will exhibit Madritsch Weapon Technology‘s Suppressor for the H&K SFP9.

Requiring no threaded barrel, it attaches to the pistol’s rail. Its shape also keeps the standard height sights clear for use.

See them in booth 12-583.

www.pol-tec.de

9 Responses to “See The Madritsch Weapon Technology Suppressor with Pol-Tec at Enforce Tac”

  1. SamHill says:

    “requiring no threaded barrel”…

    Innovative! I never knew that could be possible. I could see the benefits for guys to keep their concealed carry pistols the same, no extra $200+ barrel, no new holster, no obnoxious tall sights, but could still suppress it at the range, home defense, basement LARP, whatever.

  2. Sommerbiwak says:

    So you get a “cylinder gap” like on a revolver between muzzle and silencer? How much can this even suppress with gas blowing out the sides?

    • Kyle Kata says:

      It can not.

      This is a bad design that would be effective only for reducing sound from deafening to WUUT levels. Perhaps gets it close but still above 140db. I’m struggling to think of a practical application you would need a still-loud silencer at a moment’s notice.

  3. kemp says:

    slide back picture tells you everything you have to know about the effectiveness of this design.

  4. EODMadBomb says:

    Interesting concept
    …doesn’t seem like it could possibly be as effective as a conventional suppressor.

  5. mike says:

    Would frame flex cause alignment to go out of wack?

  6. TheFull9 says:

    Like to see that on a straight blowback pistol or gas delayed, or maybe rotating barrel, with a barrel that extends slightly beyond the front of the slide and in to the suppressor. Maybe with some sort of thick rubber grommet that could squeeze around said extended barrel? I’m not a scientist so maybe that’s impossible and I missed something crucial but a fixed, extended barrel pisrol with a curtain in the silencer would seem like the best potential application.

  7. manny says:

    i wonder if over time the polymer rail on the pistol frame will crack or break due to pressure.