Maxim 9 Integrally Suppressed 9MM Pistol – World’s First

Maxim 9 Integrally Suppressed 9MM Pistol
Maxim 9 Integrally Suppressed 9MM Pistol
SilencerCo
SilencerCo

USA – -(Ammoland.com)- The biggest announcement at SilencerCo's recent Maxim Vice event was the reveal of the Maxim 9 – an integrally suppressed 9mm pistol.

Never before has a company successfully managed to produce a handgun with an integral silencer that is holsterable and hearing safe with any factory ammunition.

This product is primed to take the industry by storm, and we’re proud to to show it to you – our loyal SilencerCo supporters – first.

We’re keeping exact product details under wraps since it is still in the final design stages, but one thing is certain – the Maxim 9 will forever change the way people think about firearms when they realize that there is no longer any reason guns have to be loud.

World’s First Integrally Suppressed 9MM Pistol – Maxim 9 Integrally Suppressed 9MM

About SilencerCo

Founded in West Valley, Utah in 2008, SilencerCo started with a belief in the fundamental premise that firearms don’t have to be loud and has now become the market leader in sound suppressors, muzzle devices and related products. By investing in innovation, customer service, organic manufacturing, advocacy, education and talent, SilencerCo is now focused on making firearms hearing-safe for all hunting and shooting applications, introducing products that have never been made before, and making the buying experience a better one.

For more information, please visit WWW.SILENCERCO.COM

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LEI. UK
LEI. UK
4 years ago

Never let fact get in the way of marketing propaganda…… Worlds first integrally suppressed 9mm pistol is the British Welrod of WW2. Most Welrods were .32ACP, but sizeable quantities still made in 9x19mm. Brugger and Thomet of Switzerland released their version around 3 years ago. So not a world first…. The Chinese type 64 and 67 are in unique calibre 765×17 rimless (.32acp cases can be used if you turn off the rim in a lathe). Let’s not forget the Russian Makarov PB in 9mm (9x18mm makarov). Purpose built, integrally suppressed – not a modified Makarov. So, far from “Worlds… Read more »

Michael R
Michael R
5 years ago

I have a MNP .40 cal pistol would there be anything in your inventory that would fit my pistol?

Jamie Clemons
Jamie Clemons
5 years ago

Interesting, probably illegal in Illinois.

Steve K
Steve K
5 years ago

I’d look into buying one for a bedside gun. Too CLUNKY for a carry gun. Love the innovation though!

Hank
Hank
5 years ago

Actually in Europe one company makes a silenced single shot 9mm pistol for veterinarians to euthanize livestock in the field. However I doubt if it has a rifled barrel since it’s intended for point blank shots to a cow or horse’s head.

anonymous
anonymous
5 years ago
Reply to  Hank

Technically that is an updated welrod. B&T VP9 I think it is called. Its bolt action. Technically the Maxim 9 is still the worlds first integral silenced 9mm if you mean semi auto.

Nonpoint
Nonpoint
5 years ago
Reply to  anonymous

Technically the Chinese beat them to it with the type 67 pistol.

Webfoot Logger
Webfoot Logger
5 years ago
Reply to  Nonpoint

The type 67 is 7.65 mm, not 9mm.

anonymous
anonymous
5 years ago
Reply to  Webfoot Logger

Also the type 67 which is an upgraded version of the Type 64 is not available for sale on the commercial market. Its restricted to the Chinese military and political operations of the Chinese gov’t.

TEX
TEX
5 years ago

Does this fall under NFA items requiring $200 stamp ? Is the entire handgun considered a silencer ?

anonymous
anonymous
5 years ago
Reply to  TEX

Yes like all other integral silenced guns or ones converted such as putting in an silenced barrel like with certain bolt action .22s it requires a 200 dollar tax stamp and ATF approval.

stick
stick
5 years ago

And it’ll probably cost some 2500 bucks

anonymous
anonymous
5 years ago
Reply to  stick

Or 3500 or more. An integrated .22 such as the AAC Amphib sets you back about 1500 and those have been around for close to 30 years.

Geoff
Geoff
5 years ago

SHOW US A VIDEO!
And the actual dB noise reductiong with the proper measuring equipment.

anonymous
anonymous
5 years ago
Reply to  Geoff

Search youtube, A video of the prototype was shown off by a party goer at the Maxim Vice party. It had run several hundred rounds without a jam until the video and the gun didn’t get hot either.

Maskman
Maskman
5 years ago
Reply to  anonymous

I’ve see a vid; of a couple dozen rounds there was one FTF, but that could have easily been from an un-broken-in weapon. It didn’t seem like a huge dB reduction, but was enough to make a good difference. Form-wise, the weapon is a bit larger and more bulky than a typical 9mm, but no more so than a full-size one with a rail-mounted light.