SF Modular RYDER direct-thread suppressors are built to the same exacting standards as our battle-proven Fast-Attach® SOCOM suppressors. The SF RYDER 9M-Ti suppressor—for 9mm pistols and rifles—features an ultra-light titanium tube, front plate, and rear plate that help minimize weight with no sacrifice in strength. Inside the suppressor are durable heat-treated, stainless steel baffles that are indexed and numbered for easy disassembly and reassembly for cleaning. This model allows for the end-user to remove a 2” module from the front portion of the suppressor to reduce overall length. Simply reinstall the end plate on the now-shorter option and the suppressor is ready for use. Patented pig-nose baffles precisely direct gases from fired rounds for superior sound attenuation and reduced muzzle blast, while built-in spacers help reduce carbon buildup, which can adversely affect performance of a suppressor. A tough, Cerakote finish—available in three colors—helps protect the durable 9MTi, which comes in models that fit 9mm weapons with 1/2 x 28 or M13.5 x 1 threaded barrels.
- Ultra-lightweight titanium construction, rounded ends & fluted body reduce weight with no sacrifice in strength
- Patented pig-nose stainless steel baffles are durable and provide superior sound attenuation and reduced muzzle blast
- Built-in spacers help reduce carbon buildup between baffles
- Baffles are numbered and indexed for ease of reassembly
- Easy removal of 2” modular section allows for shorter overall length of suppressor when needed
- Included assembly/disassembly tool for easy baffle removal
- Quick, secure screw-on attachment to 1/2 x 28 or M13.5 x 1 threaded barrels
- Addtional pistons sold seperately
- Coated with durable, attractive Cerakote finish
- Backed by SureFire No-Hassle Guarantee
||w/ Module: 7.9" w/o Module: 5.9"
||8.5 oz (241 g) 11 oz (312 g)
||1.25" (3.175 cm)
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