In this video by FullMag, Richard Ryan “hatches” a Hatchimal with a Maxim 9 and talks about what has been going on in his life for the past months as well as what’s in store for FullMag.
If you haven’t heard about them already, Hatchimals were created by the toymaker Spin Masters and they were the holiday it-toy for 2016. Each Hatchimal comes inside a plastic egg that it has to literally hatch out of. Freeing the little fur ball will take “anywhere from 10 to 40 minutes” according to the toy’s website.
You can rub, touch, and tap the egg to coax the Hatchimal to come out of its shell. When the robot pet is ready, you can see its eyes glowing from inside the egg before it begins to peck its way out. There are many creative ways to get a Hatchimal out of its egg, but what’s more creative than using a Maxim 9?
The Maxim 9 is the world’s first integrally suppressed 9mm handgun that is holster-able and hearing-safe with all types of 9-mm ammunition. The gun is delivered in its full-length configuration, which means that the Maxim 9 comes with everything the user needs to shorten the overall length by more than 1 inch without sacrificing the aforementioned key features.
That said, you can have the best of both worlds with the Maxim 9. There is no need to choose between keeping your pistol short and enduring deafening sound or adding a silencer and dealing with the added length and weight. The gun’s 4.38-inch barrel is surrounded by a uniquely designed baffle system that rivals the same design found on the Salvo 12 shotgun suppressor from SilencerCo. This design also allows the user to remove individual baffles for cleaning.
The Maxim 9 was first introduced in September 2015 and was based on the Smith & Wesson M&P C.O.R.E pistol series.