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We carry silencers for anything from rifles, to shotguns, to SBR, to pistols. We have a range of the best silencers for every caliber and barrel length on the market. If your barrel is unthreaded, we even offer our Threading Central services, so you can send it in to be threaded by the fastest rifle threading service out there, using a precise CNC Lathe. It’s just one reason we are America’s #1 silencer dealer!
The benefit of a threaded barrel is that it makes it possible to mount direct-thread suppressors and muzzle brakes. That’s the biggest benefit! A threaded barrel allows you to change out those suppressors and use them on other guns since you don’t have to permanently mount one.
With our own threading service, Threading Central, it’s never been easier or cheaper to get your barrel safely threaded. It’s only $39.99 to send in your barrel with our 360 Mailing Program, and then $99.99 to get it threaded.
Our 360 Mailing Program allows you to get your barrels threaded from anywhere in the country. Using our single point HAAS threading machine, we can thread your barrel with greater precision than is possible using a manual technique.
Yes, you can. We recommend threading your barrel to attach your suppressor. Threading an unthreaded barrel is super easy with our Threading Central HAAS single point threading machine. You can send us your barrel safely, from anywhere in the country, and we will return it expertly threaded.
Threading your barrel or shooting with a threaded barrel should not negatively impact your accuracy at all if it’s done correctly. If you get your barrel threaded through Threading Central, you can send it to us from anywhere in the country and have it returned to you, as accurate as ever.
A threaded barrel is not only worth it but is required if you want to equip your gun with a suppressor or muzzle brake. While there are a few exceptions to this requirement, it’s generally the safest, most common, and most reliable way to attach your can.
A fixed barrel space and fixed mount are similar, but a little different. A fixed barrel spacer is more universal, as you can use it regardless of your piston’s thread pitch. It’s also generally less expensive than a fixed mount. Mechanically, it replaces only the spring your suppressor’s booster.
A fixed mount replaces the whole booster system inside the suppressor. The biggest downside is that it makes it harder to replace or clean the piston and that it has only a single thread pitch, so can’t be used more universally.
No, a piston and a fixed barrel spacer are two separate accessories. However, they are both part of a suppressor’s booster system, and critical to attaching your silencer to your host firearm.
A piston is the part of the recoil booster that has the threads to actually attach the suppressor to your weapon.
A fixed barrel spacer replaces the spring in the silencer’s recoil booster system and is used with the piston, to attach the suppressor to your firearm.
Yes, barrel spacers are worth the money if the barrel of your gun moves, like in most pistols. A spacer will keep the suppressor from pounding the barrel as it moves, and from damaging either the gun or the silencer.
If you are shooting a rifle with a fixed barrel that does not move, you probably don’t need a spacer for your suppressor mount.