Utah-based SilencerCo has updated its much-loved Osprey series of suppressors with a new timing mechanism that uses a single button to quickly index the can to the host firearm. 

While the original Osprey was nice, to be honest, many often found its attaching lever was kind of a PITA  – that's "pain in the rear" for those of you not up on your abbreviations. So, the new Osprey 2.0, which uses the same internals of the legacy suppressor, stands to make it easier to time, thus upping the joy factor when it's quiet time.

Less fumbling and mumbling, more gripping and grinning. 

SilencerCo Osprey 2.0
The Osprey 2.0 uses a single button to properly index to a host firearm. (Photo: SiCo)
SilencerCo Osprey 2.0
These 2.0 series cans are available in both the Osprey 45 and Osprey 9 formats. (Photo: SiCo)
SilencerCo Osprey 2.0
The Osprey series is ideal both for pistols and use with PCCs such as this Ruger PC Charger. (Photo: SiCo)

"Our goal is to create the best user experience possible,” said SilencerCo Product Manager Andrew Herbst. "By simplifying the indexing system on the Osprey, we have taken a top performing product and made it quicker and easier to use."

The ask on the new SiCo Osprey 2.0 series is $840, it is compatible with pistons and fixed barrel spacers, and can be shot "wet" by using 5cc of water or wire-pulling gel. 



But what if you already have an Osprey and want to retrofit it with a button? To this, SiCo says, "Due to the placement of the ATF-required serial number on the back cap, anyone needing to send in their original Osprey to SilencerCo’s Warranty department will receive a repaired suppressor with the same lever mechanism. Customers will continue to be taken care of and can have their original Osprey serviced, it just won’t be replaced with the new button system."