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Sig Sauer SRDMPX 9mm Suppressor

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Sig Sauer SRDMPX 9mm Suppressor

Sig Sauer SRDMPX Centerfire Pistol Suppressor for 9mm - NFA Item

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The new SRDMPX Centerfire Pistol Suppressor from Sig Sauer: 9mm
– For use on fixed barrel SMGs
– Supersonic only/reduces MV ~200fps, 128-132 dry
– For use on fixed barrel SMGs
– Meets standards for flash and signature reduction
– Government sales only

Note: This is a pre-production photo. The final product may vary slightly. Price is estimated and will likely change.

Note: All NFA Rules apply. This item will require a Form 3 transfer to your local dealer and then a Form 4 transfer to you. Make sure you can legally own this item before bidding.

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Caliber 9mm
Manufacturer Sig Sauer
Overall Length 4”
Overall Width 1.38” Diameter
Accessory Rail Not Applicable
Additional Info Direct Thread, Mounts: .578x28, M16x1LH
FFL Requirements All suppressors must be shipped to a Class III Federal Firearms License (FFL) holder. We cannot and will not ship suppressors to anyone but a FFL. We must receive the receiving dealer's FFL & SOT by fax (314-558-8429) or email ([email protected]).
Warranty Warranty provided by Sig Sauer. Warranty information is available for Sig Sauer products at
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Dear,I have an sig sauer p226 125th anniversary and I'm looking for a Suppressor.Can you help me for define the true product please?

Referenced Product: SRDMPX

You would need to buy a P226 threaded barrel (BBL-226-9-T) to use a suppressor. We would recommend considering Sig Sauer's SRD9 suppressor.

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