Silencerco Adds Beretta M9 & 92FS Threaded Barrel Options


Silencerco is gradually expanding their line of threaded barrels for consumers. In just 2017 they have supplied more offerings for Smith & Wesson M&P pistols and now they are providing threaded barrel options for the Beretta M9 & 92FS as well.

The new threaded barrel for the Beretta M9 & 92FS comes with a custom Silencerco thread protector. The full specifications can be seen below:

  • Caliber: 9mm
  • Thread Pitch: 1/2 x 28 T.P.I.
  • Twist Rate: 1 in 10″ Left-Hand
  • Barrel Length: 5.36″
  • Finish: Black Nitride
  • Material 416R Stainless

Right now, this threaded barrel and all others offered by Silencerco MSRP for $220.

A great promotion that Silencerco is currently running that consumers could take advantage of is a $200 credit towards accessories when purchasing a silencer. If you are already in the market for a silencer this basically means you could grab a threaded barrel for $20. Not too shabby in my opinion. Our very own Pete from TFB outlined the Silencerco $200 Tax Rebate Program.

The timing for introducing this threaded barrel for the Beretta M9 & 92FS could not be better. With Sig Sauer winning the XM17 Army contract, there may soon be military surplus Berettas hitting the civilian market in the months or years to come. Also, with Beretta no longer dedicating significant volumes of pistols to the military you may see more readily available for the everyday consumer to purchase. All of this bodes well for people who are fans of Beretta and love shooting silencers.

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  • Tim

    Awesome, thanks for the heads-up.

  • Ed

    It’s not like these are police trade-in that usually come from the manufacturer. Uncle Sam don’t like to release pistols for public consumption…that’s why he’s never done it.
    On a side note…I’d rather a threaded barrel for a Beretta 96 .40 S&W. I don’t understand why it’s not more popular to supress .40s&w. It’s almost always sub-sonic in most factory loads, instead of paying a premium for 9mm sub-sonic. I know what your gonna say, ” .40 is too snappy.” For those of you in that camp I say grow a pair, it’s really not that bad.

    • Beju

      I don’t generally like .40 S&W and have small girlish hands, but even I don’t find 180gr .40 loads to be particularly bad. The 155-165gr full power loads, OTOH, I’m not a fan of.

  • Charles

    Gemtech has marketed such barrels for quite some time.
    What isn’t made apparent is the need for an additional special piston to allow satisfactory clearance for the pistol to be operable.

  • Gary Kirk

    Hmmm.. Just fit my Bar-sto 357 Sig threaded barrel on my 96fs.. I’m good thanks..

  • Wang Chung Tonight
    • Giolli Joker

      That is?

    • Rnasser Rnasser

      Spill the beans…

      • Rob

        It is the Beretta that was teased by “Q.” Kevin Brittingham’s, of AAC fame, new company.

    • mrpotatocat

      I would give my left nut for a slide lock Beretta.

  • idahoguy101

    I won’t hold my breath waiting for military surplus M9 pistols to be sold. Probably never going to happen.

  • idahoguy101

    IIRC didn’t the Beretta M9 have issues with the weight of a suppressor interfering with the locking blocks? Anyone else heard that story?

  • LazyReader

    Sorry beretta, The Army made it’s choice, it’s a little late to start offering options