SilencerCo made a lot of noise — actually, very little — with its Salvo 12 shotgun suppressor in 2014.
One main question that kept popping up from shooters around the globe is “Will the Salvo 12 ever be available for the Saiga-12?”
Well, due to that overwhelming interest, SilencerCo is now offering a Saiga-12 adapter for the Salvo 12 shotgun suppressor. The adapter allows shooters to easily suppress their Saiga or Vepr shotgun for the Salvo 12.
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Utilizing existing choke tube threading, the Salvo 12 was introduced by SilencerCo as the first, commercially-viable shotgun suppressor. It attaches to virtually any shotgun that will accept interchangeable choke tubes and successfully lowers the muzzle report to well below hearing-safe levels.
The SilencerCo suppressor is modular in nature — the shooter can add or remove sections to balance the sound suppression, weight and length as needed. At its full length of 12 inches, the Salvo 12 suppressor brings sound down to 137 dB at the muzzle — well below the 140 dB hearing-safe level set by OSHA.
For more information on the Saiga-12 adapter for the Salvo 12 and other products from SilencerCo, please visit SilencerCo.com.
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