First Look: Lone Wolf Elimin8r .45-Cal. Pistol Suppressor

posted on June 22, 2021

A pistol suppressor is a convenient and easy way to cut down the amount of noise and muzzle blast that is discharged with each shot. Pistol suppressors easy attach to you gun, as they use a standard thread pitch or can be attached via a variety of locking quick detach deceives. In addition to this, pistol suppressors require a piston for optimal usage, which allows the action of the pistol to function normally with the weight of a suppressor attached to barrel.

The Elimin8r .45 suppressor is the newest addition to a growing Lone Wolf product line. The Elimin8r .45 features a lightweight, modular design with eight baffles that are easily configured to create a suppressor that’s the size and length that you need. 

The Elimin8tr .45 is rated for use with almost every pistol caliber as well as full auto. The O-rings on each baffle allow for ease of assembly or disassembly and ensure a tight fit while sending rounds down range. The piston is sold separately, but Lone Wolf designed the Elimin8r to be compatible with a variety of existing parts from other popular manufacturers. This means that chances are, you’ll find the parts you need to make your Elimin8r suppressor work the way you want it to.

Elimin8r .45 Suppressor Features

  • Modular design with 8 baffles
  • O-Rings for ease of assembly and disassembly
  • Rated for full-auto shooting
  • Compatible with multiple popular pistons (SilencerCo, Rugged, Griffin)
  • Designed in conjunction with Primary Weapons Systems


  • Weight: 10.1 ounces (measured with .578-28 piston)
  • Length: 8.45 inches
  • Diameter: 1.375 inches
  • Caliber Rating: up to 10 mm (includes .300 BLK subsonic)
  • Finish: Anodized black
  • Build Material: 17-4, 7075 Al


MSRP for the Elimin8r suppressor is $599.95, and more information on this product and other items from Lone Wolf DIstributors is available at



Mossberg 500 and 590 shotguns
Mossberg 500 and 590 shotguns

Mossberg 500 and 590: America’s Defensive Shotguns

Since 1961, the O.F. (Oscar Frederick) Mossberg company has sold more than 11 million of its Model 500 pump-action shotguns, making it the most popular shotgun of all time, if not one of the most sold guns in any category, period.

Customizing the Colt Detective Special

Got a gun with that has seen better days? Perhaps Grandpa’s favorite gun was obviously “well loved?” Talented gunsmiths and other artisans are out there who can give your favorite firearm a much-needed face-lift.

First Look: Dead Air Armament Primal Suppressor

Dead Air Armament is adding the Primal, a new.46-caliber magnum rated suppressor to their lineup of firearms sound suppressors.

9/11 20 Years Later: A Special Smith & Wesson

There are still heroes in this world. We mourn the loss of one some 20 years later on the 20th anniversary of the September 11th attacks.

Why Defensive Firearms Training is So Important

Yes, you may never have to fire your handgun in defense of your life or family, but the possibility always exists.

Review: Smith & Wesson Shield Plus

In retrospect, Smith & Wesson had nobody to blame for the situation but themselves. The company didn’t invent the subcompact, lightweight, single-stack nine, of course. Walther and Beretta had preceded the original Shield to market by a few years with the PPS and the Nano, respectively, and Kahr had more or less created the niche back in the 1990s.


Get the best of Shooting Illustrated delivered to your inbox.