The addition of a silencer/suppressor is something that many want to do to their replicas, however it can be confusing as to which silencer to choose from, given that there are so many on the market. It helps to first understand what gun you’re putting the silencer/suppressor onto, as that will tell you if you need an adapter or not (e.g. G&P guns use 14mm CW threads, so would need a CW to CCW thread adapter) and you can go from there. Once you’ve established a pool of silencers that will go on your chosen replica, then it’s a matter of whittling down the list based on the following: 1.) Look – no point in using it if it doesn’t look cool, 2.) Function – what function do you require? Are you looking for suppression, a tracer, or a barrel extension? Barrel extensions are the cheapest, followed by the more effective suppressors, with the most expensive being the tracer silencers, and 3.) Aesthetics of the gun – if a silencer/suppressor doesn’t match the proporitions of the gun, it just looks sort of odd i.e. pistol sized silencer on a sniper rifle won’t be a match made in heaven!
The universal Swiss Arms silencer is one of the longer ones, measuring in at 190mm. It looks especially well on full length assault rifles and sub-machine guns, though is a little too big for most pistols. The main body of the silencer is dimpled and contoured improving the aesthetic over the likes of the smooth tubular types. Constructed out of metal and filled with foam this silencer can help suppress your gun, though it will never fully silence it. It is more suited for aesthetic reasons, or for concealing an extended inner barrel for improved performance. Threaded for 14mm CCW guns, this silencer will fit on the vast majority of replicas on the market, though some will require the use of an adapter such as G&P, Systema and WE pistols etc.
|Dimensions||190mm x 30mm|