|Compatibility||SilencerCo Hybrid 46, SilencerCo Octane HD 9/45/45k, SilencerCo Omega 9k/45k, SilencerCo Osprey 9/40/45k/45|
|Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price||$86.00|
The SilencerCo Omega 9k, Omega 45k, Hybrid 46, Osprey and Octane family of suppressors have pistons that are easily changed for different host weapons or subcalibers. Pistons are constructed from 17-4 stainless steel and then heat treated for maximum durability. The piston is part of the Nielsen device that moves and allows semi-automatic cycling, but it also contains the female threads that attach to the muzzle of the host pistol or sub-gun. These pistons are easily interchangeable for compatibility with all relevant host guns and can be changed out to be compatible with subcaliber host guns, which means you can shoot smaller caliber rounds through the same suppressor, making it a multi-caliber silencer.
The XL sized pistons are for firearms where the suppresor requires additional length between the threaded barrel and the suppressor.
- Osprey 45, 45k, 9, 9k
- Octane 45, 45k, 9
- Omega 45k, 9k
- Hybrid 46
- Fixed barrel spacer - use with subguns or pistol caliber carbines
- Piston O-Rings
- Booster O-Rings
- Rugged Obsidan 9 / 45
- Dead Air Odessa-9
|AC626||M13.5x1 LH XL||9mm|
Which piston would I use for a factory Sig 9mm threaded barrel (M13.5x1LH or M13.5x1LH Extended)?It depends on the gun and suppressor. Typically, you'll only need the M13.5x1LH for the Osprey suppressor used in conjunction with a MPX. If you are using a pistol, the standard will be fine.
What's the difference between the extended and regular .578x28 piston? Which one would I need for a lone wolf glock 19 barrel?
The standard .578x28 piston will be fine for all glocks.
I want to use my Silencerco Hybrid on a Glock 20 and 23. Is this the piston I need? I have not received the Hybrid and am unfamiliar with what's included. I have Alpha Wolf threaded barrels (Lone Wolf) for both. What other accessories do I need to be able
Both your 23 and 20 should have 9/16x24 threads.