Our 100% Titanium Direct Thread Mounts will adapt your firearm to any industry standard HUB mount (1.375×24) suppressor. Perfect for the Banish 46 and Banish Backcountry. The external hex requires no special tools for installation or removal.
Choke adapters for mounting the Salvo 12 shotgun suppressor. Select the choke and spread listed below.
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Don’t worry about what firearm you’re shooting, because Silencer Central has a suppressor for it. We can match you with a silencer for your modern sporting carbine or your high powered hunting rifle. Is your barrel unthreaded? We can handle that too. With our Threading Central program, you can send in your barrel to get threaded easily, 365 days a year. Take a look, and come see why we are America’s #1 silencer dealer!
A suppressor cover is necessary to stop the heat haze from distorting or miraging your line of sight. If you want to be able to see clearly through your scope, grab a cover. It also makes handling a suppressor safer if you’ve been out shooting. It will help keep your hands from getting burned.
Yes, you can put a suppressor on a non-threaded barrel, although it can be a little tricky. Most suppressors are made for a threaded barrel, so you’ll need to find a different way to attach it.
There are threading adapters on the market, but the best way to attach a silencer to a non-threaded barrel is to get your barrel threaded. Here at Silencer Central, we have our own threading service, where you can send us your barrel and get it threaded starting at $99.99.
Using Silencer Central’s in-house threading service, threading your barrel starts at only $99. You mail us your barrel and we thread your barrel with our HAAS II commercial lathe (CNC).
No, not all suppressors are threaded the same. There are a variety of different thread pitches, which is why you may need an adapter. There are a few popular military silencers whose thread pitches are as close to “standard” as we get. Still, you’ll probably want a few adapters on hand.
For more information on silencers and barrel threading, visit our full suppressor thread size guide.