H&K says only 1911 ball ammo (or identicle pressure loads) should be used in there Suppressors. Im guessing this is just for liability reasons. The only other suppressor that H&K has approved for the MK-23 is the Brügger & Thomet AG suppressor. Not sure why, but here is a list and info on all of the good MK-23 suppressors.ARMYOF1 said:What supressors do you guys like, as the knights arm one is almost as much as the gun. looking forward to putting some reloaded rounds in it and finding out which ones it likes best
This is categorically untrue.Kamatz said:The second is that doubt you'd notice much of a difference between the two with your "naked" ear, and thus, it becomes a pointless discussion.
Is the mother of all what?Kamatz said:...assumption...
Sorry to say, it's not just me. Fact is, most of us can't stand you. And I'm being quite serious and not at all making an attempt at insults. If you're insulted by that, again, tell someone who cares.Kamatz said:...since you obviouly have a serious dislike for me - wrap it all up in a pm and send it to me.
Not your fault, and not your problem, but thanks for the sentiment.Muzzleblast said:Recoil, I'm sad to see ya heading off for parts unknown and I'm sorry this whole bit got so far out of hand.
Maybe someone ought to consider leaving this kind of thing up for public record for all to see.Muzzleblast said:Mel, if ya find this one, I'll edit her tomorra.