UNF Thread Universal Shroud/Moderator 6L is a universal solution for airguns which have 1/2 unf (1/2 X 20) threads on the barrels.
Don't sweat if your airgun barrels do not have unf threads or if you have non-standard threads on the barrels.
We carry most adapters for threaded and non-threaded barrels which allow you to use these shrouds and give you a backyard friendly shooting experience.
If you don't find an adapter suitable for you, write to us and we shall be happy to fulfil your requirement.
Don't underestimate the performance of these shrouds/moderators due to its size.
These shrouds/moderators have been designed for compactness and performance.
If you are looking for that super silent design, then the shrouds/moderators got to be longer and wider to handle more volume.
Full length shrouded barrel designs allow a backflow draft of air making them very efficient.
The larger the volume the quieter it gets.
We keep getting requests for quiet and compact and these designs have evolved to bridge them.
Machined from aircraft grade aluminum for weight balance and strength.
Anodized black to enhance the looks of your airguns when you have them on. Internals are durable and has been tested to 100 fpe.
We came up with these compacts due to the growing demand in these configuration.
These have been machined, assembled and put together to give you a lifetime of quieter and accurate airgun shooting experience.
Made from aircraft aluminum and corrosion free.
Fits the following models of Airguns:
6L is six inches in overall length and to be used with airguns, .22 cal and .25 cal only.
Weight: 230 grams
Length: 6 Inches
WARNING: Do not attempt to use these with firearms as these are not designed for those. Strictly designed for airgun use only. We do not cater to any request for firearm parts or accessories as this store is strictly dedicated for the air gunning sport.
Contact us if you need any customization and we shall be happy to get it done for you.
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