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Beretta Certified 12ga Suppressors!

Beretta Certified 12ga Suppressors!

JK Armament is proud to announce that our 195 series of shotgun suppressors is Beretta-certified! As seen in the Beretta booth at SHOT Show 2024, JK 195 12 GA suppressors pair beautifully with Beretta shotguns and, after extensive testing, have received Beretta’s...

JK Armament and Garand Thumb Set a World Record

JK Armament and Garand Thumb Set a World Record

JK Armament and Garand Thumb Set a World Record We met up with Garand Thumb and set the record for the world's longest suppressor! And it's all on video!   Get this: a whopping 1,380 baffles! That's right, we screwed together the equivalent of over 276 JK...

Shotgun Muzzle Devices

Shotgun Muzzle Devices

CRMD vs. OBMD : how and when to use each The JK Armament 195 series of 12 gauge shotgun suppressors has two primary mounting options: CRMD and OBMD. CRMD stands for choke replacement muzzle device. OBMD stands for over barrel muzzle device. CRMD vs. OBMD: If you are...

Suppressor End Caps: What they are and how to use ‘em

Suppressor End Caps: What they are and how to use ‘em

JK Armament 105 and 155 series suppressors feature a swappable End Cap. In keeping with our Mission Configurable design philosophy, we offer quite a few End Cap options! Here are some tips for choosing the correct one(s) for you. BORE SIZE: Our end caps are available...

Selecting a suppressor, modular overview, 105 vs 155 vs 195

Selecting a suppressor, modular overview, 105 vs 155 vs 195

Selecting a suppressor: With so many options and configurations available, it can feel difficult to select the right suppressor for you. Thanks to JK Armament’s Mission Configurable designs, our suppressors are fully modular and highly adaptable, making them much more...

Suppressor Cleaning Overview

Suppressor Cleaning Overview

Why should I clean my silencer? Burning gunpowder is a dirty process! Just as soot and creosote build up inside of your chimney, carbon fouling, residue, debris, copper, lead, and other gunk will build up over time inside of your suppressor. Yes, even centerfire rifle...

Shotgun Choke Caps

Shotgun Choke Caps

All about the JK 195 series of Choke Caps Our patented Choke Cap technology makes the JK 195 series of 12 gauge suppressors the first and only shotgun suppressors on the market that correctly and variably shape your shot pattern to suit your use! They’re the only...

Running a Suppressor Wet!

Running a Suppressor Wet!

What that means plus the why, when, and how of doing it Running a suppressor “wet” means adding a liquid, gel, or grease to the inside of it. When the hot combustion gasses hit the liquid (which we call an ablative medium or just “ablative” when used in this context),...

Pistol Boosters!

Pistol Boosters!

What are they, pros, cons, 105 CCX vs 155, etc. JK Armament manufactures two very different suppressors for pistols! Here are some pros, cons, and tips to help you choose the right setup for you. Pistol Booster: When a typical, semi-automatic pistol is fired, the...

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Example Build 1
Example Build 2
  • 155 Series
  • HD base tube
  • Baffles:
    • 1x .30 cal HD Rifle
    • 4x .30 cal PRO Rifle
    • 5x 9mm LT Pistol
  • LT Extension Tube
  • End Caps:
    • 1x .22 cal LT Flash Hider
    • 1x .30 cal LT Compensator
    • 1x 9mm LT Flash Reducer
  • Mounts:
    • 1x PRO QA Taper Mount
    • 1x 1/2x28 Thread Mount
    • 1x 5/8x24 Thread Mount
    • 2x .22 cal Bald Eagle
    • 2x .30 cal Bald Eagle
    • 1x 9mm Bald Eagle
    • 1x 1/2x28 Pistol Booster

With this build I can suppress every .30 caliber and smaller rifle and every 9mm and smaller pistol in my collection. Whether I’m running my AR-15 or AR-10 hard – even full-auto – or I’m on a spot-and-stalk hunt with a lightweight bolt-action rifle, or I’m plinking or varmint hunting with a rimfire rifle, or I’m shooting pistols and pistol caliber carbines in 9mm or smaller, this one suppressor can be configured so it’s ideally suited for each and every one of those things and more.

Heck, if I also owned a 45 ACP pistol and/or a 458 SOCOM rifle or a .45 cal lever action I could add 5x .45 cal LT and/or PRO Pistol baffles and have those guns covered, too!

  • 105 Series
  • LT base tube
  • Baffles:
    • 1x .22 cal HD Rimfire
    • 6x .22 cal LT Rimfire
    • 6x 9mm LT Pistol
    • LT Extension Tube
  • End Caps:
    • 1x .22 cal LT Flash Reducer
    • 1x 9mm LT Flash Reducer
  • Mounts:
    • 1x 1/2x28 Thread Mount

With this build I can suppress all of my rimfire rifles and pistols plus anything in 5.7x28mm. It’s also a Mission Configurable 9mm pistol and PCC suppressor that’s capable of being run in a full configuration for training on the shooting range and a short configuration for concealed carry. It’s so lightweight that it doesn’t need a booster!