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CLEAR SIGHT PICTURE
The SilencerCo Osprey uses a monocore baffle design inside a polygonal housing, allowing the user to use their existing factory sights while maintaining the benefits of a larger internal volume. A patented cam locking system allows the SilencerCo Osprey to index to the correct position, and retain that position between mounting and removal. In addition to pistol cartridges, the SilencerCo Osprey is also rated for subsonic 300 Blackout ammunition. Use of the SilencerCo Osprey on a fixed barrel, such as an AR-15, requires the use of a fixed barrel spacer.
High performance and multi-caliber capabilities of the SilencerCo Osprey make it one of the most popular silencers on the market today. The SilencerCo Osprey features a unique booster, or Nielsen device, that allows for proper cycling with all relevant semi-automatic handguns. All versions of the Osprey utilize the same booster dimensions, so the user is able to interchange the piston portion for different calibers or thread specifications. Model #SU12
CAPITOL ARMORY'S OPINION
The Osprey 45 isn't the newest pistol suppressor out, but to many it still remains one of the best sounding pistol silencers on the market. Not only is it quiet, but it has a very pleasant tone. It's unique profile offers a better sight picture than many traditionally shaped cans. The majority of the Osprey's weight is near the rear of the suppressor, making it feel even lighter once mounted to a pistol. While you can use fixed barrel spaces to mount the Osprey on fixed barrel firearms such as a CZ Scorpion or 9mm AR, the Osprey 45 is best suited on handguns.
- 8.06" long
- 11.1 ounces
- dB Reduction - 125.2 (9mm), 128.6 (.40) , 131.3 (.45)
- Useable with factory sights
Is the Osprey rated for 10mm? If so, what piston is required?
Yes it is 10mm rated and typically requires a 9/16x24 piston.
Can I shoot 44 mag subsonic thru the Osprey 45?
44 mag subsonic is not rated nor recommend for use on the Osprey 45.