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Old February 2nd, 2010, 06:23 PM   #1
 
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SR9 aftermarket barrels?

Is there any aftermarket companys out there making threaded barrels for the Ruger SR9? I'am wanting to add a supressor.



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Old February 2nd, 2010, 07:27 PM   #2
 
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I haven't found any aftermarket items for the SR9 other than Holsters and Lasers. By the way, isn't it really hard and expensive to get a suppressor for your gun?
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Well, If I can find a company that will make a aftermarket barrel that can be threaded I can get a suppresor for it. I'am still looking.......
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My LGS told me there is a company fixing to make threaded barrels for the SR9 for about $150. suppressor ready. Yeah is does cost alot. The paper work is $200. and the supressor is about $475.
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I have a registered 9mm supressor and yes, the tax stamp is $200 plus the cost of the supressor(150-$400). I also own a Ruger SR-9 and would be interested in abtaining an aftermarket replacement barrel for mine. If you hear of any, let me know by emailing 19benny44@cox.net .
Of course to eliminate the supersonic crack you will need to use sub-sonic 9mm ammo which can be purchased or reloaded by yourself to just under 1,000 fps.
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UPDATE!!!!!
I have found a company that will thread your exsiting SR-9 barrel. They are not taking any new work until MAY 10 , 2011. I have talked to them over the phone and can do it for $150. Sending my slide and barrel to them this week. Here is the web-site to go to : Tornado Technologies - Home page
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UPDATE!!!!!
I have found a company that will thread your exsiting SR-9 barrel. They are not taking any new work until MAY 10 , 2011. I have talked to them over the phone and can do it for $150. Sending my slide and barrel to them this week. Here is the web-site to go to : Tornado Technologies - Home page
How will that work? Doesn't it have to stick out beyond the end of the slide?
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They said they take your barrel and mill it down about 1/2 inch back and put threads on it. Then they screw a extention nipple that attaches to the barrel while being flush with the slide. From there you screw your silencer onto the extention nipple. They said this is what they used to do for Glock pistols before they had aftermarket threaded barrels. Give the a call they can explain it to you better then i can. Tornado Technologies - Home page

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They said they take your barrel and mill it down about 1/2 inch back and put threads on it. Then they screw a extention nipple that attaches to the barrel while being flush with the slide. From there you screw your silencer onto the extention nipple. They said this is what they used to do for Glock pistols before they had aftermarket threaded barrels. Give the a call they can explain it to you better then i can. Tornado Technologies - Home page

Thanks for the info.

Can they do the same for an LCP?
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KMan great for letting me know that now i am going to save my money and hopefully ill make my christmas present an sr9 or sr 40. Hell if ruger gets an sr45 out by the time im rrady for my second handgun purchase with a threaded barrel and suppressor.

I always wanted a supressed handgun but my sr9c im picking up in 2 weeks is going to be my carry gun so i dont want to do anything to that. So in a couple months once i can afford it ill have to get a new full size and then all the money to thread my barrle my 200 $ stamp and a good supressor my gf is going to love me. I can see it nowp
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Talked to one of the barrel makers today, I'm sending barrels for a SR9 and SR9c in tomorrow for them to get the layout and specs off. They will then work up a quote. I hope to know more sometime early next week. Tornado does a great job but most folks want to be able to switch back to a stock barrel so I stopped suggesting them. Since you can't buy a barrel from Ruger to replace your factory one a new manufacturer is needed, think I've got one lined up for the SR family. I'll update once I know more.
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//rugerforum.net/ruger-pistols/35162-i-have-threaded-barrel-my-sr9c-you-can-have-one-too.html#post381612

Just got it done today, contact info and pics in the thread

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i was just on Storm Lakes site and if enough people put thier names on the wait and see list they will consider making bbls for the SR9.
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