SIG Sauer’s new MOD-X9 pistol suppressor is the first release of in the company’s modular line of pistol suppressors. Made of titanium baffles for lightweight strength and performance, the new modular technology is designed for 9 mm pistols and rifles. The MOD-X9 allows shooters to choose the amount of baffles to optimize sound, length and weight.
Made from titanium and stainless steel, the exterior design of the MOD-X9 doubles as wrench flats.
The MOD-X9 Suppressor includes seven 3D-printed titanium baffles and an encapsulator with 21 points of impact adjustment. Length is adjustable from 3.25 to 7.5 inches, and the weight can vary from 5 ounces to 8 ounces depending on the configuration. Sound is adjustable from 127.4 dB to 145.3 dB. In addition, the MOD-X9 suppressor package includes disassembly tools, 1/2x28 and M13.5x1LH pistons and a fixed-barrel spacer for carbines.
The MODX-9 can be configured with fewer baffles when the priority is size over sound.
The folks at SIG say we can expect to see a full line of suppressors from the company sporting this new modular technology next year for all calibers. Learn more at sigsauer.com.