SilencerCo Production Maxim 9 | NRA 17

At the American Suppressor Association Media Day, SilencerCo had an assortment of suppressed weapons.

I was drawn to the Maxim 9 pistols. I got a chance to check them out at Shot Show last January but those had 3D printed frames. Click here to see the pics and article.

Well at the ASA media day they brought out two production Maxim 9s. One configured short while the other has the extra baffles in the long configuration.

Close up of the RMR cover plate.

These frames are final production polymer molded.

When I shot the Maxim 9, I immediately noticed the short reset on the trigger. The trigger pull is a bit heavy at 5.5 lbs but the reset is very nice and short.

 

SPECS

MSRP: $1,499

Caliber: 9mm

Dimensions: 1.58” x 5.41”

Short Configuration

  • Hearing safe with 9mm subsonic ammunition – 147gr or above
  • Muzzle Average
    • 147gr: 139.9 dB
  • Weight: 2 LB, 5 OZ
  • Length: 9.54”

Full-Length Configuration

  • Hearing safe with all 9mm ammunition including JHP
  • Muzzle Average
    • 115gr: 137.1 dB
    • 124gr: 138.3 dB
    • 147gr: 136.3 dB
  • Weight: 2 LB, 7 OZ
  • Length: 10.75”

FEATURES

  • Uniquely designed striker fired action creates space for suppression, reduces recoil, and provides best possible balance.
  • Fixed 4.38” barrel with 1:10 twist ensures reliable accuracy.
  • Ambidextrous controls allow for easy right- or left-hand manipulation.
  • Pistol comes pre-cut for approved aftermarket optics: ships with cover.
  • User-configurable length for maximum adaptability: all parts included.
  • Trigger safety passes both SAAMI and NIJ drop tests.
  • Trigger pull averages 5.6 lbs.
  • Compatible with Glock 17 round, Glock 30+ round, and Glock aftermarket 9mm magazines.
  • Ships with (2) Magpul PMAG 17 GL9 magazines.



Nicholas C

Co-Founder of KRISSTALK forums, an owner’s support group and all things KRISS Vector related. Nick found his passion through competitive shooting while living in NY. He participates in USPSA and 3Gun. He loves all things that shoots and flashlights. Really really bright flashlights.

Any questions please email him at nicholas.c@staff.thefirearmblog.com


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  • LazyReader

    Judge Dredd called, he wants his Lawgiver back.

    • TDog

      Exactly what I was thinking.

  • JSmath

    Assuming it’d be reliable, I think I’d actually really like one without the suppressor. Sure, it’d be awful to holster, but I’d be in it for the fixed optic mount. Plus, it’d take glockmags, right?

    Something a bit like this (I don’t have access to Photoshop atm, so newbie Paint.net skills will have to do): https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/f0038a1bc3253a8878b24490abda1125bc3951a24f2088d00a4343fbc3c2437c.png

    • Nicholas C

      It seems awfully bulky still. Why not run a frame mounted optic? You could get the ALG Defense 6SM (6 Sec Mount) for your Glock.

      • JSmath

        I was too lazy and busy to cut off the rest of the suppressor, tbh (should have been completing my thermofluids project instead of reading/editing photos to comment on news).

        Glocks are the Honda Civic of the gun world. Every tenth person on the block has one, and every fifth of those thinks they’re the greatest thing ever made (and half of those having never actually used another product). I don’t knock people at all for owning them, but ricing them out is just not something I’m interested in.

        • Nicholas C

          Dude type R stickers and NOS is totally what they need. LOL

  • Joel

    Thanks for the info.
    Fixed barrel? Is it a standard blowback?

  • iksnilol

    139.99 db is hearign safe? C’mon guys.

    • Swarf

      Well, it’s a logarithmic scale, you see…