FAQ and Resources
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What muzzle device do I need to attach my Alaskan360™ to my pistol-caliber carbine or rifle?
A: The Alaskan360™ fits with all of our muzzle devices. You can use this flow chart that explains what you’ll need for whichever host you are using.
Q: Does the Alaskan360™ come with the universal cage?
A: The Alaskan360™ does not come with the universal cage but can be purchased here.
Q: What do I need to attach my Alaskan360™ to my pistol?
Q: Can I shoot .45 out of my Alaskan360™?
A: No, you cannot shoot .45 out of the Alaskan360™
Q: How often should I clean my Oculus22?
A: We recommend cleaning your Oculus22 every 500 rounds. We recommend cleaning the disassembled baffles with an ultrasonic cleaner using a 50/50 mixture of Purple Power and water.
The inside of the suppressor tube can be cleaned using normal gun solvent and cleaning techniques. We recommend using a 12 gauge bore brush, and a brass wire brush to remove any carbon as necessary.
Q: Is my Oculus22 rated for .17 Hornet or .22 Hornet?
A: No, the Oculus22 is rated for the following calibers: 22LR, 22 WMR, 17 HMR, 17 WSM, and 5.7x28mm.
Q: Does the Fixed Mount need to be used with the Fixed Barrel Spacer?
A: No, the Fixed Mount is a stand alone mount. The Fixed Barrel Spacer is used with a piston and replaces the spring that comes with the Obsidian9. The Fixed Mount and a Fixed Barrel Spacer are 2 different methods to attach your Obsidian9 to a fixed barrel firearm (carbine, PCC etc.). For more clarification check out our Pistol Mounting Options Guide!
Q: Is the Obsidian9/Obsidian45 rated for .223/5.56?
Q: How often should I clean my Obsidian?
A: We recommend cleaning the baffles every 1,000 rounds. The piston and spring should be cleaned after each range trip. Make sure to lubricate the outside of the piston with white lithium grease before each range trip for the suppressor and handgun to cycle properly.
Q: Is there a muzzle device to make my 14.5″ barrel 16″?
Q: Is my rifle suppressor rated for 9mm or 45ACP?
A: No, our rifle suppressors are designed for .30 caliber projectiles and smaller. The aperture is not large enough for pistol calibers.
Q: How often should I clean my rifle suppressor?
A: Due to the construction and use of exotic materials, our rifle suppressors require limited service/maintenance. We recommend wiping down the threads of your suppressor after each range trip and adding a small amount of oil to the ADAPT Module and front cap threads.
Q: Where can I get a cover for my suppressor?
Q: I ordered my suppressor but am in the waiting period. When can I register for Paragon?
A: You can submit a copy of your submitted form 4 and register your suppressor for Paragon while you’re waiting.
Q: What to do if I have a warranty issue?
A: All of our products our covered by our Unconditional Lifetime Warranty. If you have any issues, just fill out this Service Request and we’ll take care of you. We’ll work with you to figure out what caused the issue and make sure it’s fixed.
Q: Why are there so many mounts and how do I know which ones to get?
A: Not all firearms have the same thread pitch or operate the same way. We make different mounts in order for your suppressor to be compatible with as many firearms as possible.
Our Rifle Suppressors all use our Dual Taper Locking System and are cross compatible. Our rifle suppressor muzzle devices can be found here. There are multiple options to accommodate personal preference, but they’re all compatible with our Dual Taper Locking System.
In order to allow pistol suppressors to operate on carbines and handguns there are various attachment methods. Our Pistol Suppressor Attachments Guide goes over each attachment and which ones you’ll need for your firearms.
Q: Can I swap out the piston/muzzle device included with my suppressor?
A: We don’t swap out included accessories as they are prepackaged then shipped to our distributors, who then ship them to your dealer.
Q: Can I purchase an additional ADAPT Module?
A: We don’t sell ADAPT Modules separately as they are regulated suppressor parts and would illegally change the length of your suppressor (suppressors can be shortened but not lengthened).