Length: 2.16 in.
Outside Diameter: .99 in.
Weight: 3.20 oz.
Material: 4140 HT QPQ Black Nitride coated. This offers the following: -Higher hardness -Higher corrosion resistance -Won’t gall and seize up parts like stainless steel does
Tool Features: 3/4 in wrench feature
The Xeno Mount works superbly as a stand alone muzzle device, but really shines when paired with the Xeno Adapter equipped suppressor. The Xeno Mount gives you a light weight suppressor mounting option with non-negotiable repeatability and a solid return to zero — ideal for precision minded shooters. Don’t worry, the Xeno Mount System still provides you hard core users the durability you’ve come to expect from Dead Air.
The shorter length and lock up positioning of the Xeno Mount System make it shine. How exactly? The Xeno Mount doesn’t sit deep into the blast chamber. This minimizes focused erosion on your baffles, prolonging suppressor life, while maximizing sound performance.
The shortened length also supports a more future proof design with a heavy consideration for suppressors with smaller blast chambers across the industry. Plus, the Adapter uses the industry standard 1-3/8-24 threads, making it not only compatible with our Nomad series, but also many other silencers on the market.
The Xeno Mount and Adapter mate together with left handed threads, eliminating your worries of the adapter unthreading from your silencer when removed. This also lets you verify your mount is still tight when installing on your firearm.
Both the Mount and Adapter feature ample tooling surfaces, giving you plenty of room and options. These tool features are accessible even when your suppressor is completely installed. This is for you folks that don’t remove your silencer for hundreds or thousands of rounds fired and may need that extra “torque.”
Our material of choice is nitrided 4140 steel for hardness and corrosion resistance. The bonus is that it won’t gall your threads as is common with the uncoated 17-4 products out there. It’s no fun having your adapter drilled from the back of your suppressor while you’re biting your nails hoping it can be salvaged. Nitrided 4140 is just tough. Scouring off carbon and copper deposits is not only easier, you’re less likely to damage your threads.
For those desiring a mounting system that offers insane repeatability and durability, with very little length added to your silencer, the Xeno is what you’re after.