Griffin Armament has recently released their pistol suppressor booster housings as a stand alone SKU for purchase.

So if you looking to Form 1 a pistol can, here is a great component for that build.

Griffin Armament states “he booster housing itself is manufactured from solid, high temperature corrosion resistant 17-4 Stainless Steel, and then H900 heat treated to maximize service life and has a lustrous black nitride finish.

The outer thread pitch of the housing itself is 1.2875×24, an industry standard for 1.4″ tube body suppressors.

Our booster piston springs (replacements available separately), manufactured from 17-7 stainless steel wire, offer excellent resistance to corrosion, superior fatigue properties, and exceptional rigidity and durability.

The booster housing piston retainer nut is constructed from 6061 T6 aluminum, with type 3 mil-spec hardcoat anodizing.

The thread pitch of the booster housing piston retainer nut is 1.125×28, this is the same booster housing piston retainer nut utilized by the Bushwhacker 46 booster housing assembly.

This booster housing (available for purchase by itself) is a great option for customers who would like to keep a 3 lug interface assembled in a booster housing and would like to simply swap booster housings when changing between fixed barrel and tilt barrel applications.

This is also a great option for form 1 builders who are in need of a booster assembly to make their firearm reliably cycle when suppressed.”

To learn more about Griffin Armament and their pistol suppressor booster housing. CLICK HERE