Silencer Shop posted today that they now have the new Griffin Armament Revolution suppressor for sale. As a take-apart and modular suppressor priced at a relatively reasonable $580, the Revolution should sell fairly well. However, I cannot get past the striking similarities between the Revolution and its primary competition, the SilencerCo Octane 9 HD2. The baffles are so similar, it seems as though they could be interchangeable (please do not try this)! Conceptually, the two are also similar in that they are designed for the utmost versatility with a wide variety of hosts. The primary difference as I can see it is that the overall length of the Revolution can be reduced by removing the piston housing. I expect performance between the Griffin Armament Revolution and the SilencerCo Octane to be very similar. It should also be noted that strikingly similar suppressor designs are common in the industry, we just do not see it often as many centerfire suppressors are permanently sealed pieces.
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