Silencerco Maxim 9 – The FINAL Version! | TFBTV | SHOT 2017

We have been dying to see it come to market, and the time is coming closer to seeing the coolest integrally suppressed handguns on the market today. We understand this to be the final version with a retail ready release in the near future.

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Patrick R

Patrick is a Senior Writer for The Firearm Blog and works in the shooting sports industry. He is an avid recreational shooter and a verified gun nerd. With a lifelong passion for shooting, he has a love for all types of firearms, especially handguns and the AR-15 platform. Patrick may be contacted at tfbpatrick@gmail.com.

The above post is my opinion and does not reflect the views of any company or organization.


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  • Steve Zahn

    Private video…

  • Quest

    Yay, a not available video…

    • AndyHasky

      Get ready, with Shot Show this is gonna happen 4-5 times a day… this is like #3 of the day so far.

      • Rob

        It was likely a simple problem when uploaded. They were all from the same author and he seems to have fixed it.

        • AndyHasky

          I’m just saying this happens most times they upload a video they made. It’s pretty much Standard for the video to be private the first 30 minutes of a new post.

  • datimes

    I’m really looking forward to waiting a year for the tax stamp!

    • Rob

      Hopefully Patrick R gets his video’s working before the tax stamps clear.

    • Keiichi

      … still crossing fingers, toes, etc. for the HPA to get passed …

    • Jared Vynn

      Hopefully you won’t need a tax stamp soon (bureaucratic time wise, still faster than valve time)

      • datimes

        I with all 3 of you. However, there is a large segment in DC that consider these ‘assassination devices’ and about half of their opponents agree out of stupidity and ignorance. We can only maintain our optimism.

  • TechnoTriticale

    If HR367 (HPA) gets some love from the incoming Admin, this could turn out to give SilencerCo a striking lead in what will become a booming market segment. (That’s not booming in the acoustic sense.)

    Vertical shoulder holsters are apt to make a comeback as well.

    • Jared Vynn

      I see Dusters coming back into fashion as well.

  • William Elliott

    okay, now all we need is an SBR version based off that B&T PDW…maybe extend the beaver tail on the frame and bolt on the sight mount and folding stock?….I know, I’m dreaming again…

    • JumpIf NotZero

      SiCo would be dumb to not do this if the handgun is a success and actually works.

  • Vitor Roma

    Nice sound effects.

  • b0x3r0ck

    I kind of like how he was tip toeing around the fact they did not go with m-lok.

    • JumpIf NotZero

      Wierd, to me that’s the weakest part. I mean, I like MLOK better overall, own plenty of keymod, but I can’t imagine why they chose that with the entire assembly being made the way it is.

      MLOK seems WAY better for that cut! Whatever, all the same to me.

      What I’m way more interested in is the non reciprocating red dot!

    • ExMachina1

      Holy crap you’re right. I watched the vid, heard “keymod” but somehow turned it into “M-lok” in my head…I mean M-Lok just would seem to make more sense on a smaller platform.

      • b0x3r0ck

        If I’m not mistaken keymod is not under patent so anyone free to use it.

        • CommonSense23

          It’s MLOK that isn’t under patent.

  • JumpIf NotZero

    I have made comments about muzzle discipline in the past… and I see now that’s never going be resolved – but I really did enjoy how at 8 seconds in, in order to not be flagged, the SiCo guy had to take a step back.

    • Jack Morris

      I noticed that to. I’ve done the “muzzle dance” when showing a new gun to my friends, but I have the luxury of telling them to knock it off. I love your content, Patrick, but that was a tad sloppy. Maybe a little too giddy to finally shoot the Maxim?

  • Zaro27

    If the HPA gets passed, I’d hope that they drop the price. I’m still eventually going to get one, but I really want one sooner rather than later.

  • ExMachina1

    Will be interested to see how these sell. Rep seemed very confident but I’m not so sure. Buying a new handgun platform is a crap shoot anyways. Adding a tax stamp onto it just makes it harder to liquidate if you decide you don’t like it

    • Dude

      If the Hearing Protection Act passes, I’m sure this handgun will sell just fine.

    • Dave D

      I’m with you only because I don’t want to be the beta tester. Just see too many potential problems to make the purchase. Plus the fact that I expect the traditional “improvements” to come.

      Good start and I like what I see. Just can’t afford to pull the trigger on my limited disposable income.

  • Patrick, how was the balance feel and weight in hand like?

  • Rusty S.

    Awesome job on all the video, Patrick! Keep up the great work in the midst of all the craziness.

  • Justin Roney

    Sooo…features? Development? Changeable grip panels? Trigger?

  • Josh d

    It’s a purpose built, integrally suppressed 9mm pistol and it looks snappy as hell.

  • L Cavendish

    technically it is a pistol…NOT a suppressor…so there should be no NFA or tax stamp or wait…
    Yeah…right…what was I thinking????

  • Joe Gamer

    Keymod and not Mlok…
    Why?
    Other than that it’s pretty spot on, can’t really argue against glock mags and glock sight options. You could theoretically put this package together for less $ but it would NOT be nearly this compact. So the value is there. Me personally, I’d rather spend the money on a can that I can use on multiple firearms but it does look awful good. If the HPA passes it will look even better.