With M9x0.75 thread for Sig Sauer Mosquito
The B&T Tiger silencer in caliber .22 lfB/LR is a real all-rounder. In the field of hunting, it is the perfect choice for special applications on rifles and pistols. But the Tiger is also ideal for any other application on a weapon of this caliber.
The Tiger .22 was developed based on the expertise of B&T as the world's leading manufacturer of military and law enforcement silencers, but specifically tailored to the needs of hunters.
The Tiger product line is designed to be as short and narrow as possible while still achieving the best possible cushioning performance. This makes it particularly suitable for use with open sights.
For official use, the silencers have to withstand enormous loads. The experience from this area also flows into the development of hunting silencers. Not only very good damping values are achieved, but also compact dimensions and low weight. Particular attention was paid to an inexpensive, integrated thread adapter, which allows the silencer to be used on several weapons with different muzzle threads.
B&T silencers are made of extremely temperature-resistant Thermax and Inconel. Inconel alloys have good resistance to corrosion, making them suitable for use in extreme environments. When heated, a stable oxide layer is formed that protects the surface. Strength is maintained over a wide temperature range. This makes the alloys particularly interesting for high-temperature applications where aluminum and steel are unstable.
Notes on silencers: Existing hunting law bans or restrictions on the use of silencers in the respective federal states must be observed. In terms of target ballistics, the use of silencers when using normal hunting ammunition has no effect - the effect of the bullet remains the same. The perception of the environment is also not affected. Silencers reduce recoil as well as noise at the source. This protects the environment (e.g. hunting dogs) from noise damage. They reduce the muzzle flash almost completely, so that in poor light, the markings and direction of flight of the game can be better perceived. Before pulling the weapon through, the silencer should always be removed in order to avoid damage to the screens. Penetrating oils are recommended for cleaning and preserving silencers. High-temperature-resistant greases have proven themselves for maintaining the threads.