Calibers

Dead Air Wolfman

The Wolfman from Dead Air is a modular, multi-caliber suppressor that specializes in sub-gun, light-duty rifle, and pistol use.

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BANISH 45

BANISH 45

$949

Specifically designed for handguns, the BANISH 45 will fit calibers from .45 ACP down to rimfire.

Length: 6.7" or 8.6"
Weight: 9.6 or 11 oz
Material: Ti & Al
Self-Service: Yes
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Ultima 45 ACP - Coastal Guns

The Ultima is a high quality suppressor constructed of aircraft grade Aluminum and Stainless Steel.

Length: 9.5"
Weight: 10.4 oz
Material: Al & SS
Self-Service: Yes
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Ultima 9mm

Ultima 9mm

$550

The Ultima 9mm is good quality sound suppressor constructed of Aluminum and Stainless Steel.

Length: 9.5"
Weight: 10.4 oz
Material: Al & SS
Self-Service: Yes
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Silencers for every need and budget

We’re not just saying silencers for every need and budget, we mean it. We have everything from a $535 multi-caliber BANISH 22, to $2,978 Barrett 50 BMG, to a $999 Salvo 12G shotgun silencer. Our full range of suppressors is part of what makes us America’s #1 silencer dealer! Take a look around, and make sure to let us know if you have any questions, at 888-781-8778.

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.

In our opinion, the best pistol silencer is a BANISH 45, since its interchangeable piston mounting system makes it so versatile. Its lightweight titanium body and great sound reduction make it easily a great option for a 9mm.

We also like the Illusion 9. Illusion 9’s unique design allows shooters to see easier and effectively use the standard iron sights on the pistol. The downside is, of course, that it is only available for a 9mm, so is less versatile.

For a full breakdown, check out our 2020 round-up of best pistol silencers.

No. A 9mm bullet is larger in diameter than a .223 suppressor’s bore, so you cannot shoot a 9mm through a .223 suppressor.

For more information on how to choose the right silencer see our full guide.

Yes, you can most definitely suppress a 9mm. While handgun and pistol suppression is less popular than say, suppressing a hunting rifle, it is still a great option. If you’re using it for home defense, a pistol suppressor greatly reduces the deafening sound of a gun going off indoors.

In short, a suppressor will usually bring the decibel level down 20-40 dB. For a 9mm, that means it will more than likely be below the 140 dB threshold recommended for safe hearing.

To get deeper into the question, you’d have to look at the gun, barrel length, ammunition, and silencer in question. Even the temperature, wind, and humidity can have measurable impacts. No gun and silencer combination will sound exactly the same twice.

No, it cannot. Whether or not a suppressor can be used on other guns depends on three major factors: the bore size of your firearm, the pressure of the round, and the type and model of the suppressor.

A 9mm round is larger than a 30 cal round, so the bore diameter of a 30 cal is too small for a 9mm to fit through. It could, in theory, work the other way around (a 30 cal could be shot through a 9mm suppressor) but you wouldn’t get the same performance results.

We recommend a multi caliber silencer, like the BANISH 45.

For more information on how to choose the right silencer see our full guide.