SilencerCo summons Modern Day Mjolnir in VP9 pairing (PHOTOS)

Want a host of features that include an unobtainium suppressor and customized HK? Yup. (Photos: SilencerCo)

Want a host of features that include an unobtainium suppressor and customized HK in a handy ammo can? Yup. (Photos: SilencerCo)

Utah-based SilencerCo and SSVi have teamed up to produce a very quiet set up that mates a custom HK VP9 to an Osprey 9K can in one sweet package.

In Norse mythology, Mjölnir is the hammer of Thor, and Damon Young specializes in the self-proclaimed Modern Day Mjolnir through his SSVi (Speed-Surprise-Violence of action Industries) which makes some of the slickest custom guns around an addition to the Tyr Trigger system. One of their best known mods is their Signature Series work on the Heckler and Koch VP9 which includes full slide machining and complete battleworn Cerakote finish by Blowndeadline.

Now Young and SSVi has partenered with SilencerCo to mate their modded VP9s complete with Heinie VP9 suppressor sights to a matching Osprey 9K with a black nitrided 1/2×28 Piston and SilencerCo threaded barrel suppressor with matching finish in a limited run as part of the suppressor company’s Summit Series of careful limited edition firearm/can combos.

Start with the SSVi HK VP9

Start with the SSVi HK VP9

Pair it with a SilencerCo barrel

Pair it with a SilencerCo barrel

Everything gets the same battleworn Cerakote finish by Blowndeadline

Everything gets the same battleworn Cerakote finish by Blowndeadline

Throw in a matching ammo can

Throw in a matching ammo can

All the standard accessories

All the standard accessories

And you have a package

And you have a package

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...Pretty

…Pretty

...Sweet one

…Sweet one

SilencerCo summons Modern Day Mjolnir in VP9 pairing (PHOTOS)

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That looks like it can keep the riff raff out of Valhalla

MSRP? $3,445. You knew that was coming. But when you consider the Osprey 9 is a $1K can in its basic form (and this is a 9K, which isn’t available), the SSVi Signature Series work runs $1,300 on a VP9 (which runs $600-$700 by itself if you shop around), then you throw in the sights and barrel and its about rightish.

Hey, you gotta pay to play, especially if your pop isn’t Odin.