For the large calibers
This is not the largest silencer that we have made, but it is one of the silencers that allow for the largest projectiles to pass through it. Generally, .416 calibers do not have the largest loads, and therefore we have been able to keep the size of this silencer modest.
The Sonic .416 is based on the hard anodized aluminum parts of our Sonic Ghost 50 silencer, combined with extra large steel studs, the Sonic .416 is a durable silencer that is made to be used.
As for almost all of our silencers, the Nielsen Sonic .416 has steel parts interal, and is therefore highly resistant to gunpowder gasses and can handle heavy use.
Nielsen Sonic .416 simply fits only one size – .416 caliber
However, the muffler can of course also be used on calibers that are close by, such as. .400 H&H Magnum
Weight: approx. 420 grams
Diameter: 50 mm
Length: 225 mm
Elongation of pipe: 140 mm
Maximum pipe thickness: 23 mm
In Denmark, all Nielsen Sonic silencers are covered by a 5-year total warranty, provided they are purchased directly from us, and the customer shows up at our production with both the silencer and the rifle it is mounted on.
Never shoot the pipe too hot. Feel free to give the muffler a puff WD40 or similar at the rear end before mounting and after disassembly. Especially if the muffler is used in humid weather.
Always allow the muffler to dry before placing it in storage.
Clean the muffler as needed, using only oil and a cloth. A ride on the shooting range where the muffler is shot moderately hot will also clean it of excess soot.
Avoid using alkaline cleansers, ultrasonic cleaners or brush and scrub creams.
If it is to remain possible to separate the muffler, it is recommended that you regularly separate all modules and apply a little new thread lubrication.