With the removal of suppressors from the NFA closer than it’s ever been before, these noise cancellation devices have ironically caused a lot of noise.
Enter Fischer Development, an Austria-based company that makes a suppressor – at least for the time being -specifically for, you guessed it, another Austrian-based gun company – Glock 17 and Glock 19 model handguns.
With just one click, the Fischer Development suppressor fits on the accessory rail of the Glock, as opposed to other models that require a threaded barrel.
A few causes for concern: Glock users familiar with the firearms build may call into question how the barrel can move during recoil, as well as the actual effectiveness of suppression since the gun shoots into an “open” suppressor, instead of being threaded into the barrel.
The only other worry surrounding this suppressor is how cumbersome it appears. However, if 350 grams (12.3 ounces) is the true weight, then it’s pretty deceiving.