Triple X Warrior

The Triple X Warrior is a sealed unit, the only required maintenance is to inspect it paying attention to the threads and mounting taper (if any) wipe it down with an oily rag after use (after it's cooled down), make sure the threads are clean and oiled. Check the end cap for the presence of any damage and if you have a brake mount make sure the threads and the taper on the mount itself are clean and oiled. If you have any questions or suspect any problems contact us right away. You can use the contact form on this website.


Triple X Kjet-22

The Kjet-22 is a user serviceable suppressor. For best results and longevity we recommend that you clean and service the unit after each use, if you let it go too long it becomes very difficult to disassemble. Lay out a couple rags to work over, you'll need the takedown tool, a 1/2" wooden dowel about a foot long, some rags, solvent, nylon brushes, a tub of silver anti-seize compound and I recommend you wear rubber gloves to keep your hands clean. Put your rubber gloves on and start by removing the end cap with the takedown tool, once removed use the wooden dowel rod and insert it through the threaded end and push all of the baffles out. The number of baffles depends on which model you have but typically there are seven total. They will be color anodized with one stainless steel one, this is the first one in closest to the muzzle. These baffles are the K baffle style in the images below.  Never put aluminum parts in the ultrasonic cleaner, permanent damage will result. Wipe them off as much as possible, use the gun cleaning solvent, brushes and rags to clean them all. Once cleaned lets reassemble it. After wiping out the tube arrange the baffles for installation with the stainless one first. They have a flat face and a cone end, the flat face of the baffle faces towards the muzzle. The cone end has an exhaust port at the waist area of the baffle as shown in the below image about 1/3 of the way down from the top, make sure that all of these holes are in alignment as you reassemble the unit. Take the antiseize compound and brush some of it inside of the tube where the first baffle goes, insert the baffle and push it home with the dowel rod. Repeat this process with each baffle until all baffles have been installed. Thread the end cap on and tighten with the take down tool.  Remember, if you have and questions or problems to contact us, there's a contact form on the homepage of this website.


Triple X Kjet-9/45
Both handgun and rifle/subgun models

The Triple X Kjet-9 and 45 model suppressors are user serviceable and require periodic maintenance for optimum performance, for best results and longevity we recommend cleaning and servicing it after each use. The handgun models have a moving piston under spring pressure in the rear or muzzle end and the rifle/subgun models do not. Never mount a handgun suppressor to a rifle, subgun or any other firearm with a fixed barrel without talking with us first or permanent damage will result almost immediately.  Ammunition selection is important for 45acp units you can use pretty much any 45 ammo since it's naturally subsonic but for 9mm handgun units, never use 115gr ammo as it will excessively batter the piston and the piston housing. 115gr is not subsonic either so trying to suppress it is pointless. We recommend 147gr or heavier and we prefer Hush ammo from Freedom Munitions, it's made to be suppressed and you will get the best performance possible using it. You can find them at:

These suppressors are capable of being run "wet" which means that you can add an ablative material to increase performance. We recommend using synthetic wire pulling gel which is available at home depot or amazon for a few bucks. If you wish to do this we can provide you with the best syringe, the monoject 412. We have them or you can get them from amazon for a couple bucks. About 2cc's is plenty and the curved end of the 412 is perfect for injecting the gel through the piston into the back of the suppressor. Please contact us if you have any questions on this operation.

To disassemble the suppressor you will need the take down tool,  some rags, nylon cleaning brushes, gun solvent, silver anti seize compound, some synthetic grease, a 1/2" wooden dowel about a foot long and some rubber gloves.  Put your rubber gloves on and begin by removing the end cap with the take down tool. If this is a handgun unit next remove the piston retainer on the muzzle end and then remove the piston and the spring. Clean these parts thoroughly with solvent and brushes. Also clean the piston bore and the flat face that the piston is at rest on. Never put anodized aluminum in the ultrasonic cleaner as permanent damage will result. Then take the wooden dowel and push all of the baffles out through the front of the tube. There will be either seven or eight color anodized baffles depending on the model and one will be made from stainless. Clean these parts with the brushes and solvent. Clean the inside of the tube also. Once complete it's time to reassemble. Lay out the baffles in order of assembly, the stainless one goes in the tube first and is closest to the muzzle. Two different style baffles are used, you will either have a baffle with a flat face and a cone end, lower left image, or a semi rounded baffle which all nest together which is the type in the center image. If you have the cone type you'll see an exhaust port in the waist area of the baffle as shown in the image below about 1/3 of the way down from the top, these should all be aligned during assembly. The baffle on the left is the stainless one which always goes in first. On all three styles bullet travel is from top to bottom so be sure to install them facing in the correct direction. First take some antiseize compound and brush it in the tube where the first baffle goes, stick the stainless one in the end of the tube and push it home with the dowel rod. Repeat this process for each baffle until all are installed. If you have the nesting type, take the color anodized baffles and start by placing one on the table in front of you. You'll see the half moon cut on the bullet path hole, make sure to align these as you assemble the stack. Take another baffle and install it on top of the first one, they will nest and snap together. Repeat this process for the rest of the baffles in the stack making sure the stainless one is on top. Brush some anti seize compound inside of the tube and slide the tube over the stack. Press the stack home with the dowel rod and install the end cap with the take down tool. Next, take the piston and spring, grease the piston shaft and slide the spring over it. Grease the piston bore in the suppressor liberally and install the piston and spring. Then install the retainer and tighten it hand tight.  Be sure that there is no grease in the bore, if there is you can push the wooden dowel through to remove it. Remember if you have any questions to contact us using the contact form on the homepage of this website. 


Types of baffles we use

Below are the three styles of baffles we use in 22, 9mm and 45 calibers.


K Baffle

K baffles work best with low pressure rounds such as 22, 9mm and 45. You'll find these in 22s, 9mm handgun and 45 cal handgun suppressors. Bullet travel is from top to bottom in this style.

Nesting Semi Curved Cone

This style baffle is suited for rifle and subgun use of pistol calibers and up to 300 blackout. You'll find this style in rifle and subgun suppressors, these nest together forming a tight stack. Bullet travel is top to bottom in this style.


Stainless K Baffle

This image is for reference only, a stainless baffle is used as the first baffle in any assemble to absorb the muzzle flash and blast which would shorten the life considerably on an anodized aluminum baffle. You'll find a stainless baffle in all of our suppressors as the first baffle closest to the muzzle regardless of caliber.


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