Silencer Central Announces Banish 46 and Banish 338 Suppressors

posted on January 18, 2022
MAIN Banish 46 And 338

Silencer Central has debuted two new Banish suppressors. The Banish 46 and Banish 338 silencers provide exceptional noise reduction for big-bore rifles.

“Banish suppressors offer exceptional noise and recoil reduction, user-serviceable designs, and adaptable configurations,” said Brandon Maddox, CEO of Silencer Central, “and we are excited to announce the availability of two new additions to our line: the Banish 46 and the Banish 338. Silencer Central values the input of its customers, and these are the big-bore suppressors we’re asked about most frequently, and both cut noise and take the bite off recoil—even with these punishing calibers.”

Banish 46

Banish 46
The Banish 46 is a modular silencer designed for use with a wide assortment of calibers including .338 Lapua, .45-70 Government, and 10mm and .45 ACP. Testing has shown that the BANISH 46 offers a best-in-class decibel reduction among all the .46 caliber suppressors currently on the market.

Made of titanium and Inconel for the ultimate combination of durability and weight reduction, the Banish 46 weighs only 16.3 ounces in the short configuration of 7.9 inches. The 10-inch configuration provides more sound reduction with a weight of just 20.4 ounces.

Banish 338 on white

Banish 338
The Banish 338 is the quietest and most compact .338 suppressor on the market. Made of titanium and Inconel for the ultimate combination of durability and weight reduction, the Banish 338 weighs only 17.5 ounces and is just 9.1-inches long. Testing has shown the Banish 338 to offer a sound reduction of 33 decibels.

The Banish 338 is a direct-thread suppressor with a ported Inconel blast baffle that has an increased chamber size, and eight other baffles of increased thickness for better durability with larger calibers. The Banish 338’s accuracy baffle ensures nominal POI shift for long-range shots.

Silencer Central delivers silencers directly to customers in the 42 states where silencers are legal. The shipping process has revolutionized the way suppressors are sold and allows for customers to streamline their purchasing experience by cutting out unnecessary hurdles to silencer ownership.

For more information, please visit Banish 46 MSRP: $1,249; Banish 338 MSRP: $1,599


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