Fixed Barrel Spacer (made for Ti-RANT 45)

This OEM Fixed Barrel Spacer enables the owner of a AAC Ti-RANT 45 silencer to use it on firearms with non-moving barrels.

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Fixed Barrel Spacer BANISH 45

FBS BANISH 45

$34.99

The BANISH 45 Fixed Barrel Spacer enables the owner of a BANISH 45 multi-caliber suppressor to use it on firearms with non-moving barrels.

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Piston - 9 mm (made for Ti-Rant 45)

This 1/2 x 28 – 9 mm piston features heat treated stainless steel construction and is engraved to identify the thread. Compatible with Ti-RANT 45.

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Pistons - TiRant 45m

A single Ti-RANT 45™ series silencer can be used on a variety of host firearms with different barrel threads by quickly and easily swapping out the threaded A.S.A.P. piston in the rear of the silencer.

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Pistons - BANISH 45

The BANISH 45 silencer can be used on a variety of host firearms with different barrel threads by quickly and easily swapping out the piston in the rear of the silencer.

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Silencers for every need and budget

Along with silencers for every need – sporting carbine, high-powered hunting rifle, subtle .22 pistol – we have the tools to make them yours. We offer inexpensive threading for your unthreaded barrels, with our Threading Central program, and accessories like spacers, mounts, and covers, to make sure your suppressor fits your firearm without killing the bank. Take a look around, and let us know if you have any questions, by giving us a call at 888-781-8778.

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.