Editor’s Choice: Silencer Central Banish 46

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posted on April 27, 2022
Silencer Central Banish 46

Silencer Central's line of Banish suppressors had previously covered the industry’s most popular bases—offering dedicated rimfire, centerfire pistol, and .223- and .30-cal. centerfire rifle models—but, for 2022, the company is stepping up into the realm of the big bores with its Banish 46.

Its most versatile suppressor yet, the new can is rated for rifle use all the way up to .338 Lapua Mag. and supersonic .45-70 Gov’t, while still being appropriate aboard pistol-caliber firearms. A modular, user-serviceable design that can be run in either its abbreviated 7.9"-long, 16.3-oz. configuration for maximum handiness or its full 10"-long, 20.4-oz. length for optimal noise suppression, the new .46-cal. Banish is constructed from lightweight titanium and corrosion-resistant Inconel.

The Banish 46 is available with a host of different mounts, including 11 direct-thread options or with a quick-detach muzzle device in one of four thread pitches. For more information, please visit silencercentral.com.


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