VSX Custom Suppressor Configurator

Starting at $179.00

Custom-built just for you! Choose your materials, baffle designs, bore diameters, number of baffles, and more and we’ll whip up a JK VSX to your unique specs.

Material Options:

LT: 7075 Billet Aluminum

HD: 17-4 Stainless Steel

PRO: Ti-6AL-4V (Grade 5) Titanium

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VSX Product Configurator

This is your chance to build a big ol’ suppressor with assorted types of baffles so you can use it in different ways on as many of your firearms as possible!
End Caps
  • LT (7075 billet aluminum):
    • The lightest option for building a featherweight suppressor
    • Handles high pressure, but susceptible to wear from high temperatures and abrasion
    • On rimfire and pistol caliber rifles and pistols, LT baffles can handle anything you can throw at them outside of sustained full-auto fire
    • On centerfire rifles, LT baffles are best suited to sporting use, which means light-duty firing schedules of 10 rounds or fewer followed by cool-down periods back to ambient temperature. Perfect for a lightweight hunting setup!
    • Type III Hardcoat Anodize finish
  • PRO (Grade 5 titanium):
    • A bit heavier than aluminum, but a lot lighter than stainless steel
    • Handles high pressure and is very wear-resistant when kept under 750-800°F.
    • Effectively no barrel length or rate of fire restrictions on rimfire and pistol calibers
    • On centerfire rifles, PRO baffles can handle relatively hard semi-auto use and limited full-auto use. As a gun’s barrel length and chambering are such massive variables in how hot a suppressor gets, the best rule of thumb for titanium suppressor components isn’t so much a specific firing schedule, it’s just to keep them from exceeding 750-800°F.
    • C Series high-temp Cerakote finish
  • HD (17-4 stainless steel):
    • Extremely strong and durable, even at very high temperatures
    • Best option for heavy-duty firing schedules
    • Best option for the blast baffle (the very first baffle) on short barreled, centerfire rifles
    • C Series high-temp Cerakote finish

Tips for mixing and matching baffle materials:

  • The blast baffle – the very first baffle in front of the muzzle – will always receive the most abuse. On centerfire rifles in particular, it is hit with high-temperature, supersonic gas and abrasive debris every time a shot is fired. Shorter barrels increase the pressure, temperature, and amount of debris vs. longer barrels. You can mitigate blast baffle wear by:
    • Spec a more durable material for your blast baffle
    • Cycle which baffle is in the blast baffle position (e.g. if you have a suppressor made with 6 LT baffles, every X number of rounds you can remove the last baffle and install it as the first baffle)
  • Your custom JK VSX suppressor can contain any combination of baffle materials and quantities you desire. Here’s an example of how you can use this to create an incredibly Mission Configurable suppressor:
    • Suppressor is ordered with 5 HD baffles and 5 LT baffles
      • Hard use (SBR, heavy-duty firing schedule, full-auto, etc) on centerfire rifle caliber: only HD baffles
      • Sporting use on centerfire rifle caliber: 1 HD baffle followed by desired number of LT baffles
      • Rimfire and pistol: only LT baffles
      • Hard use 5.7x28mm or full-auto pistol caliber: 1 HD baffle followed by desired number of LT baffles
  • Ultimately, you’ll look to configure the lightest, shortest setup possible that still provides the necessary level of durability and sound suppression for your firearm and your intended use.
Matching your end cap bore size to the caliber you’re shooting will provide the best possible sound suppression performance. Smaller calibers can be shot through larger end caps (e.g. 223/5.56 is fine through a .30 cal or larger end cap), but larger calibers CANNOT be shot through smaller end caps.

Most suppressor-ready firearms feature a threaded barrel. If you own a pistol or a shotgun that you’d like to suppress, but it doesn’t have a threaded barrel, we sell threaded pistol barrels and offer shotgun barrel threading.

If you’re unfamiliar with threaded barrels and the various commonly-found thread sizes, this article on Silencer Shop’s website is a good read.

The most cost-effective method of attaching a suppressor to a firearm with a threaded barrel is with a direct thread, fixed mount. Match the thread size of the mount to the thread size on your barrel. One mount can be easily moved across multiple firearms. For example, if you own 300 Blackout, 308 Winchester, and 6.5 Creedmoor rifles you can install a single, 5/8×24 direct thread mount into your suppressor and move the suppressor (keeping the mount installed in it) between all of those rifles.

A faster method is to install a Quick Attach muzzle device onto each firearm you’d like to suppress. For instance, install a JK War Eagle or Bald Eagle onto each of your rifles and a JK QA Taper Mount into your suppressor. Now, with only a couple rotations of your suppressor, you can rapidly and securely swap it from gun to gun.

On recoil-operated pistols (most centerfire, semi-automatic pistols that do not feature a fixed barrel, which is the vast majority of them), a suppressor weighing over approximately 4.5 ounces will require a pistol booster for proper operation. For this use you’ll want a JK Pistol Booster with a piston that matches the thread size of your barrel (e.g. most 9mm barrels are threaded 1/2×28, and most 45 ACP barrels are threaded 0.578×28).

The following information will help you visualize what you’re building and what your silencer will look like in each of its possible configurations:

Cup Profile:

  • Rifle: 60 Degree. Recommended for high-pressure rifle calibers.
  • Pistol: Radial. Recommended for low pressure (generally straight-walled cartridges).

Material Coatings:

  • LT – Type 3 Hard Anodize
  • HD – Armor Black C-192 Cerakote
  • PRO – Armor Black C-192 Cerakote

Individual component specs:

  • 155 Series:
    • LT Tube: 1.8oz. 1.55″ OD. Length 2.5″.
    • HD Tube: 3.7oz. 1.55″ OD. Length 2.5″.
    • PRO Tube: 2.2oz. 1.55″ OD. Length 2.5″.
    • LT Rifle Baffle: 1oz. Adds .650″ to OAL.
    • HD Rifle Baffle: 2.3oz. Adds .650″ to OAL.
    • PRO Rifle Baffle: 1.5oz. Adds .650″ to OAL.
    • LT Pistol Baffle: 1oz. Adds .650″ to OAL.
    • PRO Pistol Baffle: 1.5oz. Adds .650″ to OAL.
    • LT Extension Tube / Tone Tuner: 0.7 oz. Adds .650″ to OAL.
    • HD Extension Tube / Tone Tuner: 2.4oz. Adds .650″ to OAL.
    • PRO Extension Tube / Tone Tuner: 1.3oz. Adds .650″ to OAL.
    • LT Taper Mount: 1.1oz. Adds .600″ to OAL
    • PRO Taper Mount 1.3oz. Adds .600″ to OAL
    • Direct Thread Mount: 2.1oz.

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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!