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Dead Air Odessa-9 on a Sig p226

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Trying to convince myself to get an Odessa-9.

They come with a 1/2-28 piston which will work on a p365XL but what about a 13.5x1LH threaded barrel on a p226? Do they make a 13.5x1LH piston for the Odessa-9 or is a thread adapter required? How much length would a thread adapter add?

I've considered the AAC Ti-Rant 9M and the Sig ModX-9 but the smaller diameter of the Odessa-9 has captured my attention. The SilencerCo Osprey solves the sight height problem but the rectangular shape and offset bore bothers me.
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Dead Air shows both threads on their website. So you would just have to buy the correct 13.5x1LH piston. Dead air does make nice pieces. I have been heming and hawing over the Mod X9. I saw one in a shop today for $800 with a $100 card from the store. If I hadn't just spent $2500 on guns in the last 2 weeks maybe. Lol
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The Modx-9 is a cool can. I've played with one a little. And it balances nicely with the all titanium baffles. And it's nice that it comes with both the 1/2x28 and 13.5x1LH pistons.

I own an Osprey. It's an iconic can that does very well. But I've never found on any of my pistols that the claim that you can use your standard sights to be true. You almost can. But almost isn't the claim.

The Odesa9 is a cool suppressor as well. I own one (as well as 4 other DA cans). The sweet spot seems to be 6 or 7 baffles for ideal size to sound ratio. I've seen a handful of DA piston failures online. So if you do buy an Odesa9. I would recommend buying one of the "legacy" pistons from Rugged or Silencerco. They will all work with the Odesa9.
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