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    Threaded Barrel for PT92 9mm

    I dont know if someone has already asked about this im new to this forum but im interested in buying a threaded barrel for my PT92 9mm. Nothing fancy id just like to add a compensator/flash suppressor in the future and iv looked on line everywhere and i cant seem to find one, everyone seems to have theirs machined. also can anyone recommend a good laser flashlight combo at a reasonable price?

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    Welcome to TA from Minnesota. Some one will be along shortly to help you out.
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    Thanks glad to be here

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    Welcome to TA. Try looking on gunbroker they have them on there every now and then.
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    I don't always open carry, but when I do I prefer DeSantis.

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    Would a threaded barrel from a Beretta work? Or are there enough difference not to?
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    have gun smith thread your barrel but decide and get supressor ist lot of diferent sizes and fittings not to mention the time and requirements it takes to actually get one.

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    i have one on my ati 22lr pistol they are funn to shoot



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    Quote Originally Posted by dudeman351 View Post
    Would a threaded barrel from a Beretta work? Or are there enough difference not to?
    To my knowledge they are interchangable. Not 100% sure though.
    I don't always open carry, but when I do I prefer DeSantis.

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    Iv heard different things about the barrels...some say they are....others say the lock block is smaller on the beretta. im not really sure but would rather take the safe road.
    Im not really interested in adding a suppressor/silencer I dont need one enough to go through all the NFA crap. but i would like a custom compensator or even a barrel extension. The only beretta parts i know are interchangeable are the recoil spring and spring guide pin. Beretta uses a steel pin where taurus uses an aluminum pin. so i would like to change that too but thats easy to find. I mean i guess worse case scenario i could have my barrel tapped....but i would image thats fairly expensive.

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    ok now we're getting somewhere...a little pricey tho....that almost as much as the entire gun lol...

 

 
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