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SIG-SD Suppressor Line

January 10th, 2013 Leave a comment Go to comments

We have known for a few months that Sig is releasing a new line of pistol and rifle suppressors. The 2013 catalog was posted this week on SigSauer.com and we’ve got some information from the catalog to share. The graphics below are courtesy of the Sig Sauer 2013 catalog…

SIG-SD Silencer Devices
There are four models that will be initially introduced. All are thread on – no quick detach. The models are:

  • 9mm: 1.38″ diameter, 3.9″ overall length, 3.07oz weight, 13.5×1 LH threads, designed as a ‘wet’ device. Baffles made of high nickel content stainless steel. 128-132dB at Shooter’s ear with 147 gr. subsonic / 40 degrees Fahrenheit.
  • .22lr: 1.25″ diameter, 6.2″ overall length, 7.8oz weight, hardened steel front and back plates, high nickel content stainless steel baffles, three different back plates (1/2×28, M9 and 1/2), easily disassembled for maintenance, 114-116dB at shooter’s ear with standard velocity ammunition / 40 degrees Farenheit.
  • 5.56 Nato: 2.0″ diameter, 6.8″ overall length, 23.5oz weight
  • 7.62 Nato: 2.0″ diameter, 6.5″ overall length, 23.5oz weight





Update 1-15-13
See additional photos of the SIG-SD line now!

Below is the part number and MSRP pricing on the SIG-SD suppressors:

Item Number Description MSRP
SDP22-6D38 SD PISTOL SILENCER, 22LR, DISASSEMBLE, 3/8 REAR PLATE $495.00
SDP9-4H05x28 SD PISTOL SILENCER, 9MM, WET, 1/2X28 $595.00
SDP9-4H135x1 SD PISTOL SILENCER, 9MM, WET, 13.5X1LH $595.00
SDR5-7H05X28 SD RIFLE SILENCER, 5.56, 1/2X28 $795.00
SDR5-7RH05X28 SD RIFLE SILENCER, 5.56, REBAR,  1/2X28 $845.00
SDR7-7H58X24 SD RIFLE SILENCER, 7.62, 5/8X24 $795.00
SDR7-7RH58X24 SD RIFLE SILENCER, 7.62, REBAR, 5/8X24 $845.00
SDMPX-C9-KIT SD SILENCER KIT, MPX, 9MM/357SIG $299.00

One thing to note on here is the SDMPX-C9-Kit. I believe this is the suppressor sleeve for the MPX-C Carbine model. The 9.5″ flash hider on this MPX-C should function as the core of the suppressor but the kit is the serialized component on the suppressor and it would screw onto the muzzle break.

  1. Tim Addy
    November 14th, 2014 at 19:09 | #1

    Isn’t there a FFL fee to own a suppressor? I’m looking for a good suppressor for my .22lr pistol.

  1. January 15th, 2013 at 07:27 | #1