Q Erector 22LR Modular Silencer

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MSRP: $449.00
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The Erector by Q® is the definition of modular. The Erector is made up of hard-coat anodized aircraft grade aluminum backed up by a stainless steel blast baffle that is PVD coated. No outer tube means more internal volume making this silencer so quiet it's in a class of it's own. Not only is this the quietest, it's also the lightest at 2.6 oz in it's longest configuration.  On top of that, it's also the loudest, longest and shortest silencer on the market... wait, what? Configure this silencer with one baffle, or all ten to fit the needs of your ammo and host firearm. The choice is yours... choose wisely.

* Shades of tan and blue may vary from baffle to baffle.

** The Erector is not recommended for 5.7x28 or full-auto use.



SILENCER WEIGHT:  2.6 oz (fully assembled)


OVERALL LENGTH: 7.6"( fully assembled)

ATTACHMENT: 1/2-28 Direct Thread

MATERIAL(S):  Aluminum & Stainless Steel

FINISH:  Hard-coat Anodize & PVD

The Fine Print:

* All NFA Regulations apply. Each state’s laws dictate what can or cannot be possessed in its own state. Some county’s within each state are different as well. Please contact your local ATF Field office with any ATF questions or concerns you may have. 

** Please have your dealer email or fax their FFL/SOT to us after you place your order.  Please send FFL to [email protected] or fax to 940-488-4515.  If your dealer won't share their FFL with you, please ask them to send it to us on your behalf.
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2 Reviews

  • 5
    Q Erector 22 LR silencer

    Posted by Rodney Baker on 15th Jul 2020

    very light, very quiet, would highly recommend

  • 5
    Really Damn Quiet....

    Posted by Travis on 10th Dec 2019

    Not only is this the lightest rimfire can around, it's also so quiet I could shoot indoors. My neighbors sure don't hear it. Shooting a 22/45 Lite, it adds no discernible weight to the end, even a full length. Unless you're going to run at full auto, this is the best rimfire can around.

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