Designed for calibers ranging from .45 ACP down to rimfire, the Banish 45 is a modular handgun/pistol suppressor compatible with many different pistons.
- Modular multi-caliber suppressor
- User serviceable
- 36db sound reduction
Designed for rimfire rifles and pistols, .22 caliber and smaller. The Banish 22 is as close to “Hollywood Quiet” as you can get without sound effects.
- Full titanium construction
- Easily serviced for cleaning
- Our quietest rimfire suppressor
For the shooter who wants modular capabilities and multi-caliber compatibility without needing to accommodate big bore rifles, the SilencerCo Omega 36M fits the bill perfectly.
The Obsidian45 is one of the quietest 45-caliber suppressors on the market. Rugged’s ADAPT™ Module gives users the option to utilize two different configurations. The suppressor is rated for most center-fire pistol calibers, along with common lever-action calibers.
The Rugged Obsidian9 was designed with a focus on pistol calibers up to 9mm. This suppressor offers additional suppression while staying lightweight and compact. Rugged’s ADAPT™ Module gives users the option to utilize two lengths and is perfect for pistols and sub-guns due to its slim diameter of 1.37″ allowing for efficient use of pistol sights.
The newly optimized Sidewinder M2 suppressor strikes a balance between affordability and premium features, offering a lightweight solution that rivals more expensive alternatives.
The YHM Sidewinder M2 9mm Suppressor is your ultimate companion for suppressed pistol shooting, offering exceptional noise reduction and reliability.
The Yankee Hill Machine’s (YHM) R45 is their most versatile suppressor to date. It can handle everything from 9mm Luger to .45-70, including .45 ACP, 5.56 NATO, .300 Blackout, and .308 Winchester.
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Silencers for every need and budget
Come one, come all! Silencer Central has a suppressor for all firearm-users. Hunting, sporting, protection… We have you covered. Along with a range of the most popular silencers on the market, in a variety of price ranges, we also carry our premium BANISH Suppressors. Take a look around, and feel free to reach out at 888-781-8778 if you have any questions.
Yes, pistol silencers are legal. Silencers, while regulated, actually make guns safer for everyone. They reduce the risk of hearing loss, allowing gun owners to operate without earplugs, which in turn, helps them be much more aware of their surroundings.
So yes. With the exception of 8 states (California, Illinois, New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Delaware, Hawaii), and one federal district, Washington D.C, owning suppressors is legal in the United States of America. If you want to know more about the specific regulations on silencers in your state, read our state-by-state guide on silencer ownership.
And if the process seems a little daunting, don’t worry. Silencer Central is here to help you navigate the buying process, wait time, and paperwork. We’re licensed in all 42 states where pistol silencers are legal.
Most standard pistols can be used with silencers, but we recommend talking with our team to know for sure if your pistol is ideal for being used with a silencer. We’re available to help Mon – Fri 8:30 am – 5 pm, Sat 12-3 pm (CT), and can be reached by phone at 888-781-8778 or by email at email@example.com.
Yes, absolutely. Silencers offer many of the same benefits to pistol shooters as they do to rifle and shotgun shooters. Even the best Pistol silencers tend to get a bad rap because unlike rifles or shotguns, pistols are often bought to conceal or be discreet.
However, a suppressed pistol is a great training aid. Suppressors reduce recoil and noise flinch. A silencer makes a gun safer and more manageable, with less risk of hearing loss, and allows you to take off your hearing protection and be aware of the space around you. A silencer also reduces noise pollution, recoil, and muzzle flash, and increases accuracy. In some cases, it might even increase the velocity of the bullet.
How loud a suppressed pistol is depends greatly upon the caliber being fired and the suppressor being used. Unlike in the movies, a silencer won’t give you a completely soundless bullet whispering through the air. The word “suppressor” is really more accurate because these products suppress the sound of a gun rather than silence it.
That said, the level of sound suppression you typically get from a silencer is between 20 – 36 dB. Which is enough to significantly reduce the risk of hearing damage. Essentially, suppressors make guns just quiet enough to reduce most or all of the downsides associated with extremely loud gunshots.
See our article about how we test our silencers for more information.