Griffin Armament – Optimus Silencer

Griffin Armament has just announced their new Optimus Silencer. The Optimus is designed as a multi-caliber suppressor, starting off in its standard configuration as a 300 Winchester Magnum-rated suppressor. Included components such as a piston, booster assembly, and swappable endcaps, allow users to configure the Optimus for pistol and rimfire caliber rounds, as well as various rifle calibers. The full release can be read below:


The Optimus Silencer is the most significant advancement in consumer silencer technology in the last decade. A truly high performance and versatile silencer, the Optimus can service any firearm from rimfire calibers up to 300 Winchester magnum.

Utilizing full 17-4 stainless construction with user adaptable components the Optimus in its full size standard configuration is a 9.4” 18.5 ounce, taper mounted 300 Winchester Magnum rated silencer.

  • A 7.9 inch 16 ounce 308 rated Mid Size Taper Mount configuration can be attained using the optional minimalist brake shield.
  • Re configuring the suppressor with the included booster assembly and piston, the Optimus transforms into a high performance, reliable, 9mm pistol silencer
  • The optional low profile 3 lug assembly can also be interfaced with the Optimus pistol configuration, providing secure attachment for 9mm, 556 and 300 blk out carbines.
  • Additionally, the user can enjoy quiet rimfire shooting by switching end caps to the included 22 caliber end cap.
  • After use the Optimus can be fully disassembled for cleaning by removing the patent pending Taper Lock interfaces.
  • The Optimus silencer transforms into multiple configurations to suit the shooters requirements on various platforms from rimfire to 300 win mag. Full spectrum versatility, in a single, durable, user serviceable silencer is now possible with the Griffin Optimus.

    Includes: 9mm and 22 caliber end caps; full booster assembly, 1/2×28 piston, and 5/8×24 30 caliber Minimalist Brake Mount.


    One Response to “Griffin Armament – Optimus Silencer”

    1. Desert Lizard says:

      I’m betting that the end caps aren’t regulated, which means you’d only have to go through a Title 2 once for the initial purchase. After that, buying end caps and other parts wouldn’t require any of the paperwork.