SilencerCo & Boresight Summit Glock Osprey Package

SilencerCo has just announced their newest run of the Summit Series custom firearm and silencer package. In collaboration with Boresight Solutions, SilencerCo is offering a highly modified Glock 19 in combination with an Osprey 9K.

The new release is being listed for sale at $3,150 directly from Only The Best Firearms.

If you’re a fan of customized firearms, then you’re likely already familiar with Boresight Solutions. Based out of Miami, this veteran-owned company specializes in refining firearms for improved function and appearance. Believing that no detail is too small, Boresight’s wait list can often stretch past eighteen months as they pay meticulous attention to every single aspect of their work.

SilencerCo has teamed up with Boresight Solutions to bring this package to market – without the usual wait time. This Summit package features a Glock® 19 with Special Edition Duty Series customization and an Osprey 9K (silencer only available through Summit packages) all together in a unique co-branded 5.11 Tactical® carrying case.

Only twenty five of these packages are available, and Only the Best Firearms & Accessories in Florida is the place to buy them.

SilencerCo Boresight Summit Package Specifications:

  • Osprey 9K
  • Glock 19 w/ Special Edition Duty Series Customization
  • Front Cocking Serrations
  • Custom Katana Cuts
  • Mako Top Serrations
  • Recessed Boresight & SilencerCo Logos
  • Glock Extended Magazine Release
  • TangoDown Vickers Tac for Glock Slide Stop
  • Glockmeister™ Grip Plug
  • Apex Trigger
  • Trijicon® Suppressor Sights
  • SilencerCo Threaded Barrel
  • Black Nitrided Piston
  • Custom 5.11 Carrying Case





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  • pablo4twenty

    Nice. Expensive!

  • st381183

    $3150 for a $575 gun + $150 threaded barrel + $800 suppressor + $200 tax stamp…so $1725 of material for double the price……hmmmm…must be a $1400 5.11 bag……no wonder why SiCo is laying off people……

    • JT303

      Boresight’s work is where the bulk of the money goes. A quick flick through what they offer yielded (for me) a hypothetical cost of about $1200 to $1600 depending on the options selected.

    • Sunshine_Shooter

      Talented, skilled labor is expensive, now more so than ever. If he’s got a backlog of over 18 months, then he’s very talented and the market is supporting his prices. Go take your moral outrage elsewhere.

  • Juggernaut

    The passage of the HPA can’t come soon enough (although I’m not holding my breath it will be passed)

    • Sunshine_Shooter

      To be honest, you might actually get your suppressor FASTER by filing for a stamp now than waiting for the HPA.

      Wait times dramatically increased after July 2016, but no one has applied for a stamp since the election. Those ATF people haven’t been taking a vacation since then, just plowing through the backlog. Eventually they are going to be caught up. I’ll be really surprised if there isn’t a huge drop in wait times in the next 4 to 6 months. Would you rather wait 6 months or an estimated 18-24 months?

      Plus, both versions of the HPA will refund you your $200 expediting fee.