B&T Thread-On 5.7mm Suppressor for FN Five-seveN | 10x1 RH

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Factory original B&T thread-on sound suppressor for specific use with the FN Five-seveN Pistol. The suppressor matches the look, feel and reliability of the Five-seveN pistol, while extracting all the performance potential out of the gun and cartridge — all in a package that is a whole lot quieter.

B&T is the OEM suppressor manufacturer of choice for FN in Europe.


  • Caliber: 5.7x28mm
  • Length: 8 inches
  • Diameter: 1.4 inches
  • Weight: 12 ounces
  • Attachment: 10x1mm Right Hand


  • 5
    Excellent supressor

    Posted by Mr. Austin on 3rd Feb 2024

    No noticeable point of impact shift. Very light won't feel like it's weighing down your gun

  • 5
    B&T 5.7MM thread on suppressor

    Posted by Carl on 1st Feb 2024

    Took the ATF a year to process my paperwork after purchase, but I finally received it. Out to the range wher I compared it with another 5.7 suppressor I have on an SBR. Shot both on my FN 5.7 pistol and the B&T was lighter and quieter with both sonic and sub-sonic ammo. I love this B&T can for the 5.7mm round and highly recommend it!

  • 5
    Flawless B&T Product

    Posted by David Coker on 7th Jan 2024

    I bought this to use on Smith & Wesson M&P 5.7 & a 5.7 AR pistol I had built. I also bought a thread adaptor from B&T for this. Both the adaptor and the can work great. I will next be installing a quick detatch flash hider for both soon.

  • 5
    A Damn Good Suppressor

    Posted by Mike on 30th Mar 2023

    B&T makes great suppressors and this new offering is no different. My SOT has a range so I was able to shoot it while it's in ATF jail. AND B&T USA created a custom thread adapter for this suppressor for me for $68!!! Now I can shoot this on any 1/2x28 5.7 barrel! Arms Unlimited has killer products, prices and great service.

  • 5
    Unbelievably light

    Posted by 5.7x28mm4u on 10th Apr 2022

    I picked this thing up and it was honestly lighter than my .22 rimfire can.