Best Suppressor for PS90

I plan on getting a PS90 in the future, and I am wondering what suppressor I should get for it. I will obviously SBR the PS90, but I would like to know if there are any 5.7 suppressors that would be ideal for the platform; otherwise, I will just install a SureFire flash hider, unless that would cause some sort of issue with installation.

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  1. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    You will have a better chance of getting replies on PS90 owners.
    Check out one of their forums https://www.fnforum.net/threads/list-of-suppressors-that-dont-work-on-the-p90-ps90-sbr.231157/

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      It seems like people are complaining about cans being gassy, and that a 5.56 flowthrough would be ideal. From what I've read, it looks like the HUXWRX Flow 556k would be ideal.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        I can't really help you much as I live in a shitty state that does not allow NFA things.
        Hope those owners will give you better a better idea on what to look for your ps90 suppressor.
        I just don't think you'll get much replies from anons that own a ps90 and also owning suppressors.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          Alright. I just created an account and started this thread.
          https://www.fnforum.net/threads/best-ps90-suppressor-sbr.232583/

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          >I can't really help you much as I live in a shitty state that does not allow NFA things.
          Same, even fricking cops can't own suppressors here unless they're on the clock. Can't even keep one on the rifle kept in the squad car. It's fricking moronic and causes community issues when people get b***hy about people shooting rifles recreationally

  2. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    In short, don't. The whole gimmick of the P90/PS90 is how stupidly compact it is, sticking an extra 6+" on the end of it is counterproductive. Especially considering it's a supersonic round and will never be anywhere near hearing safe anyway.

    t. owns an SBR'd PS90.

    That said, if you really want to be moronic, there are plenty of 5.7 rated .22lr cans you can use, but obviously any 5.56 cans will work too.

  3. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Way back in the day, when Gemtech was still run by Doc Dater and the P90 was first introduced, Gemtech made a can specifically for the P90.
    > light weight
    > strong enough to handle blast pressure of 5.7 (compared to 22 or 22Mag)
    > full auto rated
    Made the P90 a real treat to shoot.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      You can still buy the GSL P90 brand new.
      https://gsltechnology.com/product/p90/

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >GSL
        That's Greg Latka. He was the other half of Gemtech, along with Doc Dater
        > Gemtech
        > short for Gemini Technologies
        > Gemini twins
        > Greg Latka and Doc Dater
        > Doc did a lot of the design work
        > Greg owns a fricking HUEG CNC factory in Michigan that cranks out parts like crazy
        > you can still buy a bi-lock for the old M4-96D from GSL

  4. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    How difficult is SBR process and what restrictions do they place on you?

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Process is the same as any other NFA item - paperwork, fingerprints, waiting, the works. Restrictions are going to be no crossing state lines without Daddy's permission, potential storage/access issues around people not on said paperwork, and being put on a registry with your full address. No, they cannot just swing by to inspect whenever they feel like it, that's a myth.

      Now as far as the actual SBR process with the barrel, you can either buy a new shorter barrel or send out your old barrel to be cut down both of which cost negligibly the same last I checked. It's a little fricky since the original barrels aren't actually 16" they just have a faux extension built in to it which can be a PITA to get off. Basically you'll have to chop the barrel to get it off anyway, so personally I sent mine off to be converted instead of scrapping it and buying a new barrel. Otherwise it's a simple 1 to 1 swap once you've done that.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Don't you have you have to ingrave your name on the receiver or some shit?
        And what's up with no crossing state line dogshit?

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          Oh, yeah I forgot about that part. You're technically supposed to do that too, name and city/state.
          Taking an SBR/SBS/MG/DD across state lines requires a 5320.20 form to be filled out and approved before doing so because lmao frick you serf. Curiously enough AOWs and silencers do not require this.

          Having said that, no one will ever check for your papers or engravings, so you're free to chance doing things without them. But if you ever get caught in any shenanigans with NFA items involved be it a traffic stop or whatever you run the risk of felony charges being tacked on.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            Engraving only really matters if you want to get rid of the item. But for the most part you should consider anything you NFA to be married to you for life.

            • 1 month ago
              Anonymous

              It matters for keeping the item. Literally a requirement, they're not 80%s.

            • 1 month ago
              Anonymous

              Not having to go through the hassle, and also not doxxing yourself to anyone that sees your gun or posting pictures. But then again electrical tape fixes that. A lot of people won't engrave guns let alone NFA items so it can be a pain finding someone to do it. Usually you'll have to stick around for the whole time since they can't legally take them into their possession. You should do it anyway, of course.

              Oh, yeah I forgot about that part. You're technically supposed to do that too, name and city/state.
              Taking an SBR/SBS/MG/DD across state lines requires a 5320.20 form to be filled out and approved before doing so because lmao frick you serf. Curiously enough AOWs and silencers do not require this.

              Having said that, no one will ever check for your papers or engravings, so you're free to chance doing things without them. But if you ever get caught in any shenanigans with NFA items involved be it a traffic stop or whatever you run the risk of felony charges being tacked on.

              Yeaaaaah frick that shit.
              I'd rather wait for SBRs to be removed from NFA than to do any of that shit. Even if that never happens.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          Oh, yeah I forgot about that part. You're technically supposed to do that too, name and city/state.
          Taking an SBR/SBS/MG/DD across state lines requires a 5320.20 form to be filled out and approved before doing so because lmao frick you serf. Curiously enough AOWs and silencers do not require this.

          Having said that, no one will ever check for your papers or engravings, so you're free to chance doing things without them. But if you ever get caught in any shenanigans with NFA items involved be it a traffic stop or whatever you run the risk of felony charges being tacked on.

          >Having said that, no one will ever check for your papers or engravings, so you're free to chance doing things without them.
          What's the point of registering an SBR if you're not going to engrave it? The whole point is to get a legal SBR that you don't have to worry about potentially getting in legal trouble with.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            Not having to go through the hassle, and also not doxxing yourself to anyone that sees your gun or posting pictures. But then again electrical tape fixes that. A lot of people won't engrave guns let alone NFA items so it can be a pain finding someone to do it. Usually you'll have to stick around for the whole time since they can't legally take them into their possession. You should do it anyway, of course.

  5. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Just get a long barrel and put a faux suppressor so you can save the money instead of buying tax stamp

  6. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    FAT CAT

  7. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    B&T makes a suppressor specifically for it, its not particularly expensive.

  8. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    What's the shortest pdw with a folding brace?
    BTW if you put a brave on a pistol, is it still considered a pistol?

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Literally any handgun, glocks have the most aftermarket for it. If you want to be pedantic about PDW nomenclature probably the TP9.
      Yes, that's the idea.

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