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Fingerprint Card FD-258 Kit

Our Silencers Made Simple process continues with our at-home “Fingerprint Kit” using FD-258 fingerprint cards.


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Baffle Removal Tool

Baffle Removal Tool


Save over 15% off of the Baffle Removal Tool allows users to safely disassemble a dirty user-serviceable silencer.

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Banish 46 Baffle Removal Tool Adapter

The Banish 46 Adapter is made to attach to your Baffle Removal Tool to safely disassemble a dirty user-serveable silencer.

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Takedown Tool

The Takedown Tool allows you to quickly and safely remove the end cap from select BANISH Suppressors.

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T-45 Torx Wrench

Using the T-45 torx wrench in conjunction with the provided takedown tool, you can quickly and safely remove the end cap.

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Are barrel spacers worth the money?

Along with our baffle removal tools for easy cleaning and disassembly, Silencer Central carries a full range of suppressors for all firearms. We’ve worked hard to offer one of the biggest selections of the top-performing silencers on the market today, including our very own true multi-caliber, all-titanium BANISH Suppressors. Take a look around, and come see why we are America’s #1 silencer dealer!

Baffle removal tools may not be necessary for every single suppressor owner. They are, however, necessary if you wish you remove the baffles from your silencer in order to disassemble and clean it.

Yes, although like any tool you are using on a firearm, make sure that you follow the recommended safety protocol and instructions. Of course, we want to jump right into it, but knowing and following safety precautions is extremely important when you’re doing any work yourself on a firearm.

We have specially designed our BANISH baffle removal tool to be safe, with a corrosion-resistant finished alloy steel construction, and a piloted brass pusher tip to minimize contact wear on the baffles.

Follow manufacturer guidelines and instructions for your specific silencer. If you remove and disassemble your silencer to clean it, make sure to reassemble it correctly. Otherwise, it could cause injury, death, or damage to your equipment. So, the safest thing to do is to check the manual for your specific silencer.

For more information, see our article on how to clean your silencer. If you have more questions, feel free to give us a call at 888-781-8778 or send us an email.