Omega 36M: Mighty Modular Multi-Caliber

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The Omega 36M is a mighty, modular, multi-caliber suppressor…a multi-tool Hiram Percy Maxim would admire. Read on and we will explain. 

Omega 36M Multi-Caliber Suppressor

A Multi-Tool Can for Many Uses

 The Omega 36M is a multi-caliber rated,  modular design suppressor envisioned and realized as a “multi-tool of suppressors”. Although it’s not the only multi-caliber silencer out there, it is the most popular and highest rated one. 

That’s not sensational self-promotion, that’s the estimation provided by a slew of reviewers and publications. Read on and see. 

Back piece: The 36M’s rear core contains Cobalt 6 and Inconel baffles. Those provide unmatched wear resistance to high heat and sustained/repeated firing.

Front piece: The 36M’s front piece consists of a unique, lightweight 17-4 baffle design. This is intended to cut weight without sacrificing wear resistance.

The tube: The 36M’s outer tube is made of titanium. A lock-ring prevents tube loosening and reduced weight (seeing a theme here?).

Nobody wants an end-heavy weapon that makes shooting a new Cross-Fit exercise. 

It’s then finished with a black Cerakote for additional durability.

The Omega 36M is rated down to 10” barrels for 223 Remington/5.56mm NATO, 16” barrels for 308 Winchester/7.62mm NATO, and 20” barrels for 300 Win Mag and 338 Lapua Mag.

IN OTHER WORDS:

The Omega 36M multi-caliber suppressor
A look at the accessories and mounting options for the Omega 36M. The Omega 36M ships with an ASR mount. It can also be mounted via pistons, 3-lug, and direct thread mounts (sold separately).

 

See what we mean by multi-caliber multi-tool sound suppression? 

Omega 36M

Want to see some pretty pictures of 36M modular multi-caliber magnificence made manifest?  

The Omega 36M "multi-tool" suppressor has tactical, recreational, and home defense applications - performs equally well with at all of them.
The old military term "going loud" doesn't really apply anymore...not if you're using the right sort of "multi-tool" can.
The Omega 36M "multi-tool" suppressor has tactical, recreational, and home defense applications - performs equally well with at all of them.
Suppress everything — the Omega 36M suppresses every caliber in this picture. Is your caliber on the list? 👇 Scroll down and find out! 👇

• 17 Hornet

• 22 Nosler

• 22–250

• 5.45 X 39

• 5.56 NATO

• 224 Valkyrie

• 243 Win

• 6.5 Grendel

• 6.5 Creedmoor

• 6.5 PRC

• .260 Remington

• 26 Nosler

• FN 5.7

• 6.8 SPC

• 6mm ARC

• 6mm Creedmoor

• 7mm Rem Mag

• 7mm STW

• 28 Nosler

• 300 BLK Subsonic

• 300 BLK Supersonic

• 7.62 X 39

• 7.62 X 54

• 9 x 39

• 308 Win

• 30 – 30

• 30 – 06

• 300 Win Mag

• 30 Nosler

• 30 Carbine

• 300 Weatherby Mag

• 300 PRC

• 300 RUM

• 300 Norma Mag

• 338 Lapua Mag

• 338 Win Mag

• .358 Norma Mag

• 9MM

• 350 Legend

• 357 SIG

• 357 MAG

• 38 Special

• .380 ACP

Hunting, target shooting, and visits to the range are always better when you keep things quiet!
Hunting, target shooting, and visits to the range are always better when you keep things quiet!
Doing that machine work in house, where we can put direct eyes on at any time for quality control and immediate feedback.
Doing that machine work in house, where we can put direct eyes on at any time for quality control and immediate feedback.

 

How could you look at these images and not want to get outside and go shooting?

The Omega 36M was honroed by Guns & Ammo magazine as the Suppressor of the Year.
The Omega 36M was honored by Guns & Ammo magazine as the Suppressor of the Year in 2020. Numerous excellent reviews of the SiCo multi-caliber suppressor have been published - and continue to be published - since that award was received.

 

Are you feeling this?!?

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