Diana Airbug Suppressor

(4 customer reviews)

$18.00

Diana Airbug Suppressor


  • 3d printed in Polycarbonate plastic in the US by veteran-owned business
  • Uses 7 cone-shaped baffles and expansion chamber to significantly reduce report
  • Easy install. Just press on by hand after removing muzzle cap/front sight post
  • Available with or without front sight post. Choose your option before adding to cart
  • FREE shipping to anywhere in the USA. Ships same or next business day via USPS
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Description

This suppressor was designed exclusively for the Diana Airbug. It is 3d printed in black Polycarbonate. It is compatible with both .177 and .22 calibers. Check out the cross section below:

To install you must remove the metal cap on the end of the Airbug barrel before pressing this suppressor on by hand. You will need a 2mm or 5/64″ allen key  to remove the set screw that secures the cap from underneath. It should be a press fit for most folks, but if it is loose or gets loose over time you may need to use silicone or medium (blue) threadlocker to keep it in place. If it affects accuracy, you can easily open up the internal diameter with a drill or round file until there is no clipping.

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Options

With Front Sight Post, No Front Sight Post

4 reviews for Diana Airbug Suppressor

  1. thomas rockhill (verified owner)

    I purchased this probably about a month ago I put it on and the first shot I took a blew the compressor off 📴 so I picked it up and brought it in the house looked at the barrel and then I looked on the inside of the compressor and I could see at the end there was like threads on it the compressor sits up against a groove on the barrel where the front sight used to mount so I took some Scotch tape and made about one and a half turns around the barrel put the compressor on and screwed it on in the same direction the tape goes and that fix it, the compressor stayed on and never came off again my Diana airbag 17 caliber was extremely loud not backyard friendly crack more like a little louder than a 22 this compressor quieted this gun down about 95% the difference is like night and day, for the price you can’t go wrong

  2. David Hampel

    Very happy customer, looking to add a scope to my Diana Chaser next. Need a adaptor to the scope rings , any ideas?

  3. David M (verified owner)

    It is very cool looking not really sure how much it actually cut down on the noise? Maybe a little It looks like steel, but is plastic so it is lighter. For 18$ what the heck why not.
    I think I will take it off each time to fit the pistol back in the case, so it may get loose after a while, time will tell.
    Nice to see small USA company’s making niche renovated stuff.

  4. Fred (verified owner)

    If you’ve ever wanted a moderator but didn’t want to pay big bucks for a threaded adapter and machined suppressor than the Buck-Rail is the one to get. 3D printed very nicely. Exact fit on my Airbug barrel. Wiped the barrel end with oil and tapped it on. Very solid and tight fit. Definitely moderates the firing noise of the pistol. Not super quiet but lowers it enough to where I can use it in the backyard without attracting attention. Did not affect the grouping size of my shots or pellet velocity and just a few clicks on my Red Dot sight to get back to POI center. Looks good on the Airbug. Very inexpensive and well worth the cost.

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