Triton No.5 FM – Front Performance
Looking for a really short class 1 damper? Or is it that there is no room on the barrel for a telescopic suppressor
Triton No. 5 FM only builds forward and fits most class 1 calibers (not Magnum) and is also available in a version for bolt action rifles in caliber 45-70!
*Up to 29 dB noise reduction with a caliber 265 (6.5×55)
TRITON No. 5 – Front Performance
Identical with Triton No. 5 but without the telescopic rear part which means that it can be fitted on any barrel length and barrel thickness. For you who wants a heavy-duty silencer and lower weight.
Triton No. 5 FM is also available in a .45-caliber for lever action rifles with 45-70 caliber.
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Up to 29 dB sound reduction*
.308, 30-06, 300 Win Mag, 6,5×55, 8×57 JS, 9.3×62
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The Triton silencers are designed to require the least possible maintenance. However, there are a few things that are particularly important to note:Always remove the silencer from the weapon after hunting/shooting and let it dry/ventilate at room temperature. We recommend that the front is unscrewed and that the threads are cleaned and lubricated so that they do not stick. Normally this is the only cleaning needed.A more thorough cleaning may be done if the front does not come off smoothly or if there is gunpowder buildup inside the silencer. Clean the threads with weapon solvent and allow to dry. Cleaning the inside of the suppressor is preferably done with silencer cleaner available from your gun dealer. After cleaning – let dry and lubricate threads, after which the silencer is screwed back together.Avoid lubricants that contain metal, such as copper paste or similar.Always protect the weapon’s thread with a thread protector when the silencer is not in use.
ATTENTION! Never use ultrasonic cleaning as this can damage the silencer’s Soft Touch surface coating.
NOTE! If the threads become stuck, the warranty cannot be invoked.
– Frequently asked questions
Our team is always ready to give you the best service and answer questions. Many of the questions in connection with silencer purchase/use can be found in our FAQ.
If there is anything missing – email or call and we will help you!
What is the the difference between Triton Number and Triton II silencers?
As a short summary, Triton Numbers are more efficient, shorter, lighter and even more durable compared to previous Triton-series.
1. Triton Numbers and Triton II rear and front parts are NOT compatible.
2. Threads and barrel diameter!
Standard: Threads from 1/2″ up to M15x1 for barrels with diameter up to Max 19,5mm.
Varmint: Threads above M15x1 up to M18x1 are for barrels with diameter over 19,5mm and up to Max 23mm.
2. Triton Numbers has an integrated “Blast Chamber” in Stainless steel.
3. Triton 4, 5 and 6 has an improved “First Round Pop” reduction system.
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