Sig Sauer Silencers Surface At Silencer Shop

Photo Credit: www.SilencerShop.com

You’re welcome for the holiday alliteration. Sig Sauer has advertised their 9mm and .45 caliber pistol suppressors for at least two years with only limited consumer availability. Until a few days ago that is. Silencer Shop just announced that the Sig silencers are now in stock and available for purchase, opening the door to some real-world sound comparisons.

Related: SIG P320 Selected as new US Army Handgun.

Dubbed the SRD9 and SRD45 respectively, the pair are nearly indistinguishable from each other aside from a slight length a weight difference. Both feature encapsulated and removable baffles for easy cleaning and maintenance. Sig is also offering up the SRD line with two pistons included – a standard version and a metric version. As long as the SRD puts up some solid decibel reduction numbers, it’s a great deal.

 

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SRD45

Sig Sauer SRD45 DETAILS (From Silencer Shop):

If wanting to add a durable .45 caliber pistol suppressor to your collection, the Sig Sauer SRD 45 silencer is a premier option. Comprised of a grade 9 titanium tube and 17-4 stainless steel baffles, its length (just under 8”) and weight (12 ounces) provide the shooter maneuverability and sturdiness in one package. In other words, this direct-thread can is designed to dish out punishment, as well as receive it.

Nestled in New Hampshire, the name “Sig Sauer” is somewhat new to the suppressor manufacturing market, but the team undoubtedly holds an abundance of cutting-edge ideas and has quickly carved a respected reputation industry-wide. All silencer enthusiasts should keep an eye (and ear) out for more distinct and impressive cans from the Sig Sauer camp moving forward.

Following the Sig Sauer SRD 9’s lead, the SRD 45 suppressor ships with BOTH a .578×28 piston and an m16x1LH piston in the box to cover any modern tilting-barrel type pistol. In addition, fixed-barrel spacers are also available separately for fixed-barrel systems. The SRD 45’s price tag was already one heck of a deal, but with these included accessories, it only makes sense (and cents) to claim this silencer.

  • Full-auto rated
  • Weight: 12 ounces
  • Length: 7.9”
  • Build materials: titanium; stainless steel
  • .578×28 piston
  • M16x1LH piston
  • Utility pouch with closure and Sig Sauer logo
  • Proprietary wrench for disassembly
  • User manual
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SRD9

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  • Herr Wolf

    Are these made by Holosun just like Sig’s red dots?

    • CavScout

      Holosun is merely an importer. We’re already seeing the ‘Holosuns’ come in under other, even-cheaper importing brands.

  • AC97

    How much do these cost and how much are you paying for the name?

  • Dr. Longfellow Buchenrad

    Alliteration is an underappreciated art. You can never have too many puns, rhymes, and alliteration.

  • CavScout

    Sig stuff is starting to be vaporware. Still looking for MPX’s that are even CAPABLE of being converted to other calibers. So waiting on MPX gen2, in .40s&w.

    Their SG3000 rifles are as common as their suppressors it sounds like.

    We don’t want their crappy pistols. Lol.