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Angstadt Arms Vanquish 9mm Integrally Suppressed 16" AR-9 Barrel

Angstadt Arms Vanquish integrally suppressed 9MM 16” barrel assembly for the AR-9 platform. The patented zero baffle design allows 115 grain ammo to remain subsonic, resulting in no first round pop, easy maintenance and never a chance for a baffle strike. High temp black Cerakote finish.

Length: 16.2”
Weight: 2.5lbs
Caliber: 9mm
Color: Black
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Yes! Suppressors are legal in 42 U.S. states, and built-in suppressors are no exception. In fact, Silencer Central has its own selection of integrally suppressed guns. Silencer Central is also licensed in all 42 states where built-in silencers are legal.

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Yes, you do. One of the potential drawbacks of buying an integrally suppressed gun is that the suppressor cannot easily be transferred from gun to gun like a removable suppressor. However, if this isn’t a concern for you, then an integrally suppressed gun can be a great option for those looking to have the benefits of a suppressor built into their gun from the start.

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Yes. Any suppressor that is permanently attached, like an integral silencer, does count towards barrel length. In fact, this is one of the rare cases in which a suppressor does count towards the length of a barrel in the eyes of the law. Most silencers do not count towards barrel length because they are generally removable.

Integrally Suppressed Silencers

Because the suppressor is an integral part of the barrel, this weapon system is ready for service right out of the box. There’s no attaching a suppressor and wondering if it’s mounted correctly and/or properly aligned. There’s no re-zeroing for suppressed vs. unsuppressed fire.