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Warren Innovative Technologies – Front Cap Wrench for the Liberty Mystic-X Suppressor

Thursday, September 6th, 2018

By customer request, Warren Innovative Technologies, LLC has developed a Front Cap Wrench for the Liberty Mystic-X suppressor.

It offers plenty of torque in a more ergonomic package. Now available for $35 each shipped. Buy two for $60 – mix and match with their other tools.

See the rest of their product line here.

Warren Innovative Technologies

Wednesday, June 20th, 2018

New from Warren Innovative Technologies is the Strap Wrench Adapter for Dead Air Wolf-9SD/Ghost suppressor mounts.

The Dead Air Wolf-9SD/Ghost Mount Strap Wrench Adapter allows the use of two strap wrenches to be used in opposite directions without damaging the finish on any of the suppressor’s components. So far, they’ve been unable to break one of these adapters. Strap wrenches are sold separately in finer hardware stores.

Each adapter is $20 shipped when purchased by itself and $15 when purchased with a $35 Mount Wrench.

Private message them on Facebook for ordering details.

Warren Innovative Technologies – Dead Air Wolf-9SD Body Wrenches

Saturday, January 13th, 2018


Warren Innovative Technologies has announced the availability of 3D-printed polymer Body Wrenches for the Dead Air Wolf-9SD suppressor. The design engages the recesses of both the serial numbered rear, and the front sections, allowing the user to apply more torque to their Wolf-9SD from the front. Warren is also offering wrenches for the Dead Air Ghost suppressor, as well as SilencerCo’s Omega 9K/45K/Octane cans; the SilencerCo wrenches comes with a strap wrench mount adapter when further torque is needed.

These are made-to-order, with lead times dependent on order volume.

If you’re wondering these tools are made of 3D printed polymer, rather than a metal like steel or aluminum, here’s the explanation straight from the creator:

I didn’t make it out of steel because I didn’t want to damage the finish on the mounts. I looked into laser cutting aluminum but the expert to whom I spoke about it said the small wrench features would cause heat overloading and cause bad results from melting.

The 3D printed product prevents finish damage while allowing adequate torquing for installation and removal. It also allows embedded text without additional laser engraving.

To order this and Warren Innovative Technologies’ other wrenches, PM them on their Facebook page.

Warren Innovative Technologies – 3D Printed Suppressor Wrenches

Tuesday, December 5th, 2017

The Problem:

The Silencerco Octane/Omega 9K piston and fixed mounts are not compatible with conventional tools and cannot be adequately tightened or loosened by hand. This is also true about the Dead Air Wolf-9SD and Ghost suppressors. In the case of the 13.5mmX1LH fixed and piston mounts, the barrel thread is left-handed and the suppressor body attaches to the mount with a right-hand thread. Rocksett can be used to solve this, but that makes frequent changing of the different mounts a challenge.

I recommend against doing a 3-lug mount arrangement, as the mechanism takes up blast chamber volume, which makes the suppressor considerably louder than with a direct-thread mount, which is what I recommend for the MPX. However, people usually say they use a 3-lug to prevent loosening of the suppressor from the weapon, which can happen with a direct-thread mount if adequate torque is not applied.

I would only use the piston system for pistols and not use a piston with a fixed barrel spacer on an MPX, as this arrangement is also louder than a direct thread mount, but you have no choice but to use a piston mount on a pistol.


The Solution:

I have 3D modeled and 3D printed a wrench that interfaces with the Octane/Omega 9K direct thread/piston mounts. Silencerco does not make a wrench for these. I also now have one for the Dead Air Wolf-9SD and Ghost suppressors. My wrench is a high-strength PLA polymer material that will break if way too much torque is applied, but if you torque it on with the wrench without a lot of Rocksett, it should torque back off without problems (a very small amount of Rocksett is fine). This wrench is critical for torqueing to the left onto the barrel and then for isolating the mount from the right-hand torque applied to install the suppressor body to the mount.

Easily transitioning between piston and fixed mounts is now possible for the Octane/Omega 9K.

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