SilencerCo Launches New Osprey 2.0

SilencerCo Osprey 9 2.0
SilencerCo Osprey 9 2.0

U.S.A. -(AmmoLand.com)- West Valley City, UT — SilencerCo is launching a 2.0 version of their iconic Osprey 9 and Osprey 45 suppressors. The Osprey 2.0 has the addition of one very important feature – a button. This button will enhance the user experience and make this suppressor easier to use (and it looks better than ever).  The Osprey 2.0 will begin shipping this month.

The Osprey 2.0 uses a single button to properly index to a host firearm. This will make the Osprey more robust, and more reliable and allow for a quick and secure alignment. It will also make the suppressor more repeatable, meaning the shooter will be able to consistently put it in the same position on every firearm. Previous Osprey versions used a lever mechanism to align the suppressor.

Aside from the magic button, everything else about the Osprey 2.0 is essentially the same as the original. It still has the same impressive sound signature and eccentric design to accommodate standard pistol sights.

“Our goal is to create the best user experience possible,” said SilencerCo Product Manager, Andrew Herbst. “By simplifying the indexing system on the Osprey, we have taken a top performing product and made it quicker and easier to use.”

One thing customers need to keep in mind is that the Osprey 2.0 is not retrofittable with old Osprey parts. Due to the placement of the ATF required serial number on the back cap, anyone needing to send in their original Osprey to SilencerCo’s Warranty department will receive a repaired suppressor with the same lever mechanism. Customers will continue to be taken care of and can have their original Osprey serviced, it just won’t be replaced with the new button system.

Product Specifications:

  • New indexing button for fast and secure alignment
  • Eccentric offset design allows for use of most factory pistol sights
  • Osprey 9 2.0: weighs 8.8 oz. and is 6.9” long
  • Osprey 45 2.0: weighs 9.2 oz. and is 7.9” long
  • Constructed of aluminum and 17-4 stainless steel
  • Compatible with pistons and fixed barrel spacers
  • Can be shot “wet” by using 5cc of water or wire-pulling gel
  • MSRP of $840.00

To learn more about the new Osprey 2.0 visit silencerco.com/silencers/osprey-2-0/. To find the closest SilencerCo retailer, click here.


About SilencerCo

SilencerCo, based in West Valley, UT is the nation’s leading designer and manufacturer of suppressors. Since our birth in 2008, our dedication to authenticity and innovation has never wavered. Today, we continue to focus on exceptional customer service and industry-leading products; products that are crafted by people with the utmost dedication to our industry. We are hunters, shooters, and gun enthusiasts, just like you. Our innovative and forward-thinking approach has allowed us to give the firearms industry what many said was impossible. This is what drives us to be better—to be the best. Because you—the shooter, the hunter, the Second Amendment lover—deserve the best.

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Jaque

There is no justification for the high cost of factory manufactured suppressors. Most certainly their is not enough volume of sales to pay off the costly CNC equipment and so the customers get the shaft. Suppressors are not rocket science. Even suppressors made with titanium I would estimate profits are 100%. There is more precision machining in the making a $500 AR-15 than an $800 suppressor, and far more materials.

The first suppressor maker that can provide a basic threaded mount unit for under $250 retail price might corner the market.

Ope

Made in TEXAS,stays in TEXAS silencer test case coming soon.. (just a formality) Several other proud Southern states are adopting similar legislation. NO MORE $200 tax stamps,no fed involvement period ! These are some great time!

Russn8r

Drop the TEXAS worship, TEX! ~50 dead in Uvalde & El Paso thx to cuck ABBOTT refusing to DO ANYTHING about “gun free” zones.

Last edited 20 days ago by Russn8r
Dahveed

Uvalde deaths are largely to blame on incompetent (at the best) or corrupt police. So giving up your guns to rely on their protection is suicidal.

Russn8r

It’s largely to blame on “gun free” zones, where the school district gave up your guns, your right to self-defense, forced you to rely on the protection of 376 incompetent coward LEOs. Even competent courageous LEOs, which many are, is no substitute for armed civilian teachers & staff.

WeWereWarned

I hope that test case works out better than the two guys in Kansas, who are convicted felons for violating the nfa act, after their state passed the same kind of law you mention. The Trump administration DOJ hung those Citizens out to dry. Hopefully, that test case in Texas, is not in one of the 18 counties of the 10th circuit, or they will be a felon over not paying the federal tax, like the Kansas guys. What you are saying is the same as saying that states can enforce federal immigration laws, in other words not the reality… Read more »

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Ope

TEXAS has no worries at all about that upcoming test case. When you have an aggressive and highly competent AG like TEXAS AG Ken Paxton it’s a done deal. What you’re describing in Kansa wasn’t a test case at all.

Russn8r

Thx to PAXTON, not kabuki cuck ABBOTT.

Why did Abbot CUT VOTE FRAUD TO MISDEMEANOR from felony?

Last edited 20 days ago by Russn8r
Russn8r

The Civil War had ZIP to do with that. The Constitution still says states can stop invasion if the FedGov doesn’t.

No State shall Compact with another State or foreign Power or engage in War unless invaded or in imminent Danger. ~Art1 §10.