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Old January 14, 2021, 11:56 AM   #4
DMK
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I understand that pistol suppressors have to be direct thread due to the tilting design/function of most modern pistols and the booster/piston in the suppressor to compensate for that. That being said, if there is a QD mounting system out there for pistols that functions reliably, I'd like to hear about it.
Griffin has what you are looking for. They have a Cam-Lok system that uses a replacement piston that cams onto a barrel mounted adapter. It gives you a three lug like capability with the Nielson Booster functionality.

I'm using it on my pistols and their piston in my CGS Kraken suppressor. It works great. The best part is the barrel adapter is torqued on the pistol so no more constantly checking to see if the suppressor is threading off.

Griffin Cam-Lok barrel adapter

Cam-Lok pistons

BTW, you can get some of these components cheaper at 3rd party vendors. I bought my parts from Buds Gun Shop and Hansohn Brothers.

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