SiCo Drops the Osprey Lever, Adds a Button

SiCo has dropped the, uh, iffy, lever cam system on its Osprey line of handgun and PCC suppressors in favor of a new, more reliable button interface to index the can to the host platform.
Michael Crites

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SiCo Osprey 2

Utah’s SilencerCo has long marketed the Osprey line of handgun and PCC suppressor series (in 9mm and .45ACP variants) with a quick-indexing lever cam system that helps to align the can and keep it from backing off when in use.

The thing is the lever kind sucked.

Well, they have finally addressed that with the new Osprey 2.0 which uses a button to index the can to the host platform.

Thus:

A longer demo:

Compatible with pistons and fixed barrel spacers, they can be shot “wet” or dry. MSRP is $840. Also, sorry, but if you already have a lever-style Osprey, they can’t be retrofitted with the button.

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