Product Preview: Silencer Central Thread Adapters

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posted on February 12, 2023
Silencer Central Thread Adapters

Listed in conjunction with the company’s barrel-threading service on its website, Silencer Central offers a number of adapters to convert a barrel’s muzzle thread pitch for use with a specific device of disparate dimensions.

Whether converting a S&W M&P22 from 3/8x24 to 1/2x28 TPI or an Accuracy Int’l .30-cal. rifle from M18x1.5 to 5/8x24 TPI, Silencer Central has it covered. A handy table is supplied on the company website to eliminate confusion. Adapters are made of high-quality steel and feature a robust black-oxide treatment for durability.

The suggested retail price on the adapters ranges from $25 to $40, depending on size. For more information, visit silencercentral.com.

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