SilencerCo Adds Threaded Barrels for Beretta M9/92FS

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posted on February 25, 2017
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SilencerCo announced the addition of threaded barrels for the Beretta M9/92FS pistols, adding to its product line of threaded barrels that already includes options for SIG Sauer, Glock, Heckler & Koch and Smith & Wesson pistols.

The 9 mm barrel measures in at 5.36 inches in overall length and is made from 416R stainless steel. The barrel features a black-nitride finish and a 1:10 rate of twist. The thread pitch on the barrel is 1/2x28 TPI. All SilencerCo threaded barrels ship with custom thread protectors. 

SilencerCo also notes that the barrel does not require an XL piston for proper functioning. A normal 1/2x28 TPI piston will provide reliable function. However, the barrel does not come with a locking-block kit. Customers can either use the locking block kit that comes with the factory barrels or order an additional kit from Beretta.

The suggested retail price on the Beretta M9/92FS threaded barrel is $220. SilencerCo is currently offering a rebate that allows customers to get $200 in credit on the company's website with the purchase of a silencer.

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