FREE TAX STAMP – Q LLC ERECTOR 9MM SUPPRESSOR – FDE
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Q LLC ERECTOR 9MM SUPPRESSOR – FDE
The Q Erector 9 is the dedicated 9mm suppressor you’ve been waiting for. In its full configuration, the Erector 9 is 8.7 inches long and a mere 8 ounces in weight. How can it be so light? Because this Q suppressor is primarily made of aluminum, with some stainless steel added in where it counts, for durability’s sake.
With 10 baffles that can be removed one by one, the Erector 9 by Q is fully customizable. Whether you’re looking for a maneuverable and compact suppressor or an ultra-quiet pistol suppressor, this Q silencer can be your Goldilocks. As if it couldn’t get any better, the Erector 9 is also wipe compatible, meaning you get optimal sound reduction on top of all of its other features.
Full Configuration Length: 8.7”
Full Configuration Weight: 8 oz
Build Materials: Aluminum and Stainless Steel
Finish: Clear hard coat anodize and heat treat (tan)
Attachment: 1/2×28 piston
Minimum Barrel Length: none
WHAT’S IN THE BOX:
Q Erector 9 Suppressor
Assembly tools (x2)
*** This product will ONLY ship to an FFL (Federal Firearms Licensee) with a SOT (Special Occupational Taxpayers) approval. Your order will not ship until we have a copy of the FFL and SOT ***
No exchanges/refunds/returns on this item. Cancelled orders may be subject to a $40 restocking fee. If we do not receive your FFL within 30 days – your order will be cancelled (fees apply). Please allow for up to 10 Business Days processing time once the FFL and SOT has been received. Once ordered you MUST EMAIL your FFL and SOT paperwork to: firstname.lastname@example.org – Subject line “ORDER#____________ / LAST NAME: ____________”
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