SilencerCo introduced four brand-new products this week, including the first-ever integrally silenced 9mm pistol. The releases also included two new silencers and a rail-mounted rangefinder.
The company’s biggest announcement came with the introduction of the Maxim 9, an integrally silenced handgun chambered in 9mm.
The platform itself is a Smith & Wesson M&P 9 C.O.R.E. The pistol can be holstered in specially designed holsters from Raven Concealment Systems.
The Radius is a rail-mounted rangefinder that can mount onto any Picatinny rail in any orientation. It has the capability to range reflective targets up to a mile away.
The rangefinder includes a user-configurable display combined with extreme weather-resistance and a 12-hour battery life with continuous ranging.
SilencerCo has not yet announced a suggested retail price, but promises that the product will be available to consumers “without breaking the bank.”
The Osprey Micro is billed as the most versatile rimfire silencer on the market today, in addition to also being the shortest, quietest and easiest to clean.
The silencer is designed with removable sections that allow shooters to shorten it from 4.6 inches to 3.1 inches. The Osprey Micro is also designed to work with factory sights, due to its flat sight plane. SilencerCo also plans to produce holsters that are compatible with the silencer.
The Osprey Micro is now available to buy at a suggested retail price of $599 and will begin shipping in October 2015.
SilencerCo’s new Hybrid is quite possibly the most versatile silencer on the market today.
While it boasts stellar sound reduction, as all silencers should, the Hybrid can be used with pistols, rifles and submachine guns chambered in 5.56 NATO all the way up to .458 SOCOM and .45-70 Gov’t.
The silencer can be attached with a thread mount, piston adapter or a fast-attach adapter. Full product details will be released in January 2016.