FN has just released the Rush 9Ti, the company’s first-ever commercial pistol suppressor.
The Rush 9Ti is a new 9mm suppressor from FN, and it’s the company’s first pistol suppressor available to the general public. The fact that FN distinguishes the Rush 9Ti as its first commercial pistol suppressor implies that the company has manufactured them for military contracts before, and given FN’s long history of selling to armed forces around the world that wouldn’t be surprising.
The Rush 9Ti was designed for optimal performance with FN 509 Tactical pistols, but they can be mounted to any 9mm with a 1/2×28 threaded muzzle. The “Ti” in the suppressor’s name stands for titanium, alluding to the tube’s titanium-hybrid construction. The internal baffles are made of both high-heat stainless steel and aircraft-grade aluminum. These materials help keep the Rush 9Ti both light and durable, weighing in at only 10.8 ounces (without piston).
FN claims that when paired with a 509 Tactical, users can expect supreme reliability, accuracy and longevity. The blast chamber, baffles and advanced booster assembly with a tight piston gas seal all help to keep back pressure low and blowback at a minimum. This not only provides a more pleasant shooting experience but also improves reliability and puts less wear on the suppressor and host gun. The cherry on top of the Rush is that it can be easily broken down by the user for cleaning and maintenance.
John Ryan, Director of Product Management for FN America, said this about the new can:
When selecting a suppressor, customers often have to choose between effective sound suppression, reduced blowback or felt recoil; you very rarely get all in one…Our team developed a suppressor that delivers an unmatched shooting experience straight from the box. You no longer have to settle for one or the other with the Rush 9Ti.
The FN Rush 9Ti is available now in either FDE or black, both with an MSRP of $849. Each suppressor will include a 1/2×28 TPI piston, a booster assembly, an end cap and front cap assembly tool, a storage case and FN’s limited lifetime warranty.
For more information, please visit fnamerica.com.
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