Yes. A suppressor (also called a silencer) can be used on different guns by purchasing adapters that fit the suppressor to the barrel of the gun.
Adapter sizes vary, so it’s important to research what adapter will be compatible with the make and model of gun you own. Most suppressors are also not “one size fits all” and must be tuned to the firearm they are attached to for them to work optimally.
Yes, a suppressor can be used on different guns by simply swapping out the barrel. However, you will need to make sure that the suppressor is properly registered with the ATF and that you have the correct license to own it. It is also important to note that some suppressors are designed for specific types of firearms, so you may need to purchase a different model if you plan on using it on multiple guns.
There are a few different types of suppressors, and each type can be used on different guns. For example, a rifle suppressor can be used on a rifle, but it cannot be used on a handgun. Likewise, a shotgun suppressor can be used on a shotgun, but not on a rifle. It all depends on the type of suppressor and the type of gun.
Yes, a suppressor can be used on different guns. However, it is important to note that a suppressor will not work with all guns – it only works with firearms that have a threaded barrel. Additionally, the suppressor must be properly sized for the specific gun model that it will be used. For example, a suppressor made for a 9mm pistol will not work with a rifle.