SIG SAUER Introduces New Modular MOD-X9 (Titanium) Pistol Suppressor

NEWINGTON, N.H., (December 2, 2020) – SIG SAUER, Inc. is pleased to introduce the MOD-X9 Pistol Suppressor.  The MOD-X9 is the first release of SIG SAUER’s modular line of pistol suppressors made of titanium baffles for the ultimate in lightweight strength and performance that allows the user to personalize their suppressor for overall length, weight, and sound. 

“SIG SAUER was the first to innovate and design the first truly modular pistol with the P320, and we’re now excited to bring new, innovative modularity to our line of suppressors with the MOD-X series of suppressors,” began Tom Taylor, Chief Marketing Officer and Executive Vice President, Commercial Sales, SIG SAUER, Inc.  “The MOD-X9 is designed for 9mm pistols and rifles, is easily configurable allowing the user to choose the amount of baffles to optimize sound, length, and weight.” 

The SIG SAUER MOD-X9 Suppressor is comprised of seven, 3D-printed titanium baffles and an encapsulator with 21-points of impact adjustment.  The length is adjustable from 3.25 inches to 7.5 inches, the weight is adjustable from 5 ounces to 8 ounces, and the sound is adjustable from 127.4dB to 145.3dB.  The suppressor is easily, user-configurable and comes with two pistons, disassembly tools, ½ x 28 and 13.1 pistons, and a fixed-barrel spacer and includes the most popular inch and metric position for its given caliber.

“This is an exciting addition to our line of suppressors because it’s the first product launch of brand-new innovation in suppressors and moves past the traditional baffle design currently in the market.  Once again SIG has raised the bar with the groundbreaking technology we engineer into our designs, and you can expect to see a full line of suppressors from SIG with this new technology in 2021 for all calibers,” concluded Taylor.

MOD-X9 Suppressor Specs:

  • Overall Weight: 8oz.
  • Overall Length: 7.5in.
  • Overall Width: 1.35in.dB
  • Average: 129dB (147gr 9mm)
  • Caliber: 9mm
  • Finish: Black DLC
  • Baffle Material: Titanium
  • Mount: 1/2×28 and m13x1xLH Pistons

The SIG SAUER MOD-X9 Suppressor is now available for purchase at retail stores.  For more information about the SIG SAUER MODX-9 Suppressor or the full line of SIG SAUER Suppressors visit  

About SIG SAUER, Inc.SIG SAUER, Inc. is a leading provider and manufacturer of firearms, electro-optics, ammunition, airguns, suppressors, and training. For over 250 years SIG SAUER, Inc. has evolved, and thrived, by blending American ingenuity, German engineering, and Swiss precision.  Today, SIG SAUER is synonymous with industry-leading quality and innovation which has made it the brand of choice amongst the U.S. Military, the global defense community, law enforcement, competitive shooters, hunters, and responsible citizens.  Additionally, SIG SAUER is the premier provider of elite firearms instruction and tactical training at the SIG SAUER Academy.  Headquartered in Newington, New Hampshire, SIG SAUER has over 2,300 employees across nine locations.  

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  • Paul Lech December 7, 2020, 10:07 am

    Suppressor & most Firearm manufactures are helping with control. They price the latest supper blaster & suppressor that it cost the average person 3 to 4 paychecks to own it. Then you have to put 500- 1,000 round throw it to “break it in”. Then the gun media says you new top nouch gun trianing that cost 100’s of round & 1,000’s of $ plus traveling lodging & time off work. Then they say you need to put 1,000’s of round down range each year to keep up skills. Sorry family no food the next 4 months I need the latest greartest suppressed blaster and training!!!!!

  • Delco December 5, 2020, 2:41 pm

    Slim the Feds can not come in to your house without a warrant because you own a suppressor. That was something made up decades ago. After you receive your stamp you are supposed to make copies, keep the original in a safe place, and the copy with the suppressor that stamps is registered to. But the Feds are not running around demanding to enter people’s homes because they own a suppressor. Not all people who own suppressors live alone, you would have people going ballistic if the Feds were going into the homes of families who happen to have someone living there who got approved for a stamp.

  • Kalashnikov Dude December 4, 2020, 10:01 am

    Trump doesn’t like em. So, the guy who profusely claims to be a great supporter of your 2nd Amendment rights, who derailed legislative efforts to deregulate hearing protection for American shooters and their kids. Who then went ahead and rubber stamped state department approval for American manufacturers to sell their suppressors overseas. I don’t want to hear another word about a suppressor til I can go to a gun store, or order one online without government interference at a price under $300. I know the gun industry and their media loves Trump. I’m glad for them that they can profit from their R&D. But if it doesn’t benefit Americans exercising their right to keep and bear arms, it would be best not to throw it in my face. How about some nice story about an Americans rightfully defending themselves against criminals, using rightfully owned guns instead? Preferably of the home built, 80% or less variety? That would be nice instead of more of this meaningless blather that doesn’t do 95% of American shooters one lick of good.

    • John December 4, 2020, 1:38 pm

      No where does it say to keep and bear suppressors in the second amendment. Suppressor are a totally separate issues as I own a few of them and look at them as an expensive toy which are not very quiet except .22 with subsonic rds. Bump fire stocks and arm braces are ways to bypass the laws for full auto or select fire and SBRs which I believe we should be able to own in all states. The laws need to be changed so we can own current full auto weapons and not just what is here pre 1986 that the rich can afford. So Trump is on the side of the second amendment as he has not put any restrictions or taxes on ammo, guns or magazines. So he has keep his promise and done what he said.

      • ted December 5, 2020, 8:52 am

        nowhere does it say that we can keep and bear stun guns ln the constitution, yet scotus reversed a conviction in Caitano vs Massachusetts. And if you Analise miller vs US, they say that weapons that can be used for the ” common defense ” are protected. They used weapons that the militia would use ie the military. I do know that our military has full auto AND suppressors !

      • a w December 11, 2020, 6:48 am

        if you own a supressor for a 22 then you are wasting money. a piece of garden hose on the end and a subsonic 22 will make almost no noise at all. maybe we will see a garden hose regulation come out soon.

  • Alan December 4, 2020, 9:29 am

    Funny, SIG says the first modular design was the P320 but it was actually the P250. You would think they would get their own press release correct.

    • Kalashnikov Dude December 4, 2020, 10:12 am

      I have a Sig P250 .40S&W and it’s my daily carry sidearm. I’m happy with it as I’m getting older and the 1911’s I always carried just seem to be getting heavier all the time. That trigger sure is a departure from the crisp single action triggers of the 1911’s. The gun feels stubby, and the sheer wideness of the slide kinda takes away from the ability to naturally point the gun at a target and hit it. But the bottom line is that I can still trouble myself to strap it on before I leave my home. And that I can hit stuff with it in a speedy, proficient manner. That said, a “modular” design doesn’t mean squat if you effectively murder any future development and aftermarket in favor of the latest whiz bang killing machine to come down the pike.

  • Slim December 4, 2020, 4:47 am

    How much? Work with real deal guns like GLOCKS? Also FYI there’s a company outright now that a home builder can make legally with a form 1 and can get as many baffles that I’m sure like this screw together to get the length and\or noise reduction needed and all it takes it buying the suppressor and a simple jig that with a basic hand drill can perfectly drill the holes dead center in each baffle but costs like $900 for a DO IT YOURSELF suppressor and for that money is just buy a completed one from a company that gives guarantees on how k ow the decibel level will be brought down to since if ANY suppressor doesn’t make the shots hearing SAFE then WHY BUT IT?! MOST ALL suppressor do NOT being the decibel levels down to safe hearing which is why I do NOT OWN ONE! I LAUGH SO HARD when I see a guy at the range using a THOUSAND DOLLAR PLUS suppressor on ANY gun and at the same time is wearing EAR MUFFS! The entire point of a suppressor is to be ABLE to HEAR the threat since the suppressor supposed to do its JOB and would then requires ZERO ear plugs or why not just save yourself a grand, a crap load of paper work, $200 JUST to do the PAPER WORK that if your denied you do NOT get back, and also pretty sure once you get ANY NFA item the feds can SIMPLY knock on your door at ANY TIME AND DEMAND TO COME IN WITH ZERO WARRANT to pretty much SNOOP AROUND YOUR CASTLE AND CLAIM it’s because they want to make sure the suppressor or ANY other NFA item like an SBR is in your possession which of course THEY DEMAND TO SEE AND HOLD, PLAY WITH AND SO ON! I MAY be wrong on that, but 99.99999% POSITIVE I’m NOT!

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