The last thing you want when enjoying your airsoft gun is to be deaf from firing off shots, but sadly a lot of airsoft guns aren’t built with silencers.
Luckily, there’s a solution for this. You can attach airsoft suppressors to gun barrels, which are designed to reduce the noise airsoft produces.
I’ll explain everything you need to know about airsoft suppressors, including how they work, which ones are available, and what you need to be aware of before you make your purchase.
1. ACETECH Airsoft Gun 14mm Lighter Pistol Tracer Unit Glow in Dark
- Attaches and detaches very quickly
- A fabulous accessory for night scenarios
- Very durable
- It’s much smaller and compact compared to other tracer units
- Won’t scratch the barrel, even if you are in poor shape
- Great for plinking and target practice
- Makes you aware of your surroundings when you’re using the gun
- Lots of fun to use
- Comes with a glow in the dark sheath
- Fantastic semi auto pistol, best one out there
- If you put a tracer on a Beretta 92, the barrel is small so it is visible
- The tracer doesn’t align with the bore, so it’s going to shoot slightly downwards
- Not suitable for long term storage
- You’ll have to disassemble and clean it from time to time
2. ACETECH Lighter BT Airsoft Gun 14mm/11mm Pistol Tracer Unit/Chronograph Glow in Dark
A lot of airsoft manufacturers like to make realistic guns, but not many have taken care to make them look super realistic. The ACETECH submachine gun aims to do exactly that. Even though it’s made of plastic, it’s both lightweight (more so than you’d think) and durable. This airsoft gun is a compact pistol, with an adjustable steel wire for reinforcement, and it’s made to be a replica of the MP5 machine gun.
The gun has a properly placed upper rail, plus the front and rear sights are nice and sturdy. The rear sight was initially very hard to adjust, but as long as you use minimal pressure to move the lever, it’ll last you a long time. What’s great about the sights is that they work even if you’re wearing gloves! The front sight is also adjustable, but we expect that you will have to use pliers (or a wrench) to adjust the sight.
3. ACETECH Airsoft Gun 14mm Predator R Tactical Tracer Unit Glow in Dark
- Good value for the price
- Looks awesome
This tracer unit is made of aluminum, and it is very lightweight. It has a green and red light, and it looks great on any airsoft gun. Since it is made of aluminum, it is lightweight and durable. The metal finish gives it a nice look and makes it easy to clean. It comes with 0.2g BBs and they fit nicely inside the tracer unit.
This tracer unit has both red and green lights. When it is close to the target, the green light turns off. When you are far away from the target it turns on, and it will not turn off until you are close to the target or until the BBs are used up. The red light helps you see where the BBs are being fired and put the target in place. If you are not going to use the tracer unit for a while it is a good idea to remove the BBs. You can also use glow-in-the-dark BBs with this tracer unit.
4. ACETECH Airsoft Gun 14mm Predator L Tactical Tracer Unit Glow in Dark
This is a must-have product for night combat. It features a 14mm thread that’s compatible with all Airsoft rifles, giving you the privilege of mounting it on your favorite rifle. It comes with an adjustable LED tracer that will give off amazing light for your weapon when fired. What’s more, it also comes with a glow in the dark tactical suppressor, making it your best partner for day or night combat.
5. ActionUnion Tactical Auto Airsoft Gun Pistol Mini Tracer Unit Lighter Light
- Adjustable beam
- 100, 000-hour bulb lifetime
- 4 colors to choose from: amber, red, blue, and green
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Do airsoft suppressors do anything?
Airsoft suppressors are an integral part of the aesthetic aspect of the soldiers, especially the elite forces. They provide military authenticity, and yet they also serve a few tactical uses as well by reducing the overall seal surface of the airsoft guns.
Now, they do serve a very minor actual tactical purpose. Let’s state that again, this is just an airsoft gun. You can’t use the suppressor to any beneficial tactical use. If you want one more for the sake of undercover, or to spend more money on custom work to make it look cool, you can get one.
What is the most reliable airsoft gun?
We like the G&G Combat Machine. It is quite an affordable deal considering its features. It has a polymer body and full metal rails. An added bonus is the designed RIS, which allows you to easily mount your desired accessories.
It is a very versatile gun, and you can add a lot of different upgrades to customize it to your personal preference. It also has a solid trigger response time, so you will not be disappointed by the fire’s responsiveness.
At the end of the day, it gives you good value for money. We like this gun because it comes with an M4 magazine, which is certainly one of the most popular rifles for airsoft. The magazine also holds a maximum of 300 rounds, which is a good deal for such an affordable gun.
Which suppressor is the best?
Do silencers make guns more accurate?
Yes, they do! The use of a suppressor reduces the report of a shot, as well as the muzzle flash. The last thing that you want to do is compromise your aim because of a flash so you don’t want to defeat this purpose by purchasing a suppressor that’s poorly designed.
They also help make a gun more beginner friendly in the sense that for those are more concerned with the flash than actually hitting, they give them a better chance to hit.
Airsoft is an excellent source of entertainment but there is a safety concern to be taken into consideration. When you release a bb or a pellet, it makes a loud noise. If your aim is to shoot an individual and the pellet hits their arm causing pain and bruising, criminal charges will be filed. However, if you use an airsoft gun with suppressors, you can prevent this scenario from happening.
The main purpose of a suppressor is to reduce the noise produced by the bb or the pellets when they are released. The magnitude of the reduction will depend on the suppressor itself.
An airsoft suppressor is often referred to as a silencer. However, this is not the case.