Rugged Razor 762 Suppressor
The Rugged Razor 7.62 Suppressor is shortest and lightest in its class weighing in at just 15.3 oz and measuring 6.4" long. The Razor features 174-4PH Stainless steel tube and a full Stellite baffle stack; the Razor is built for anything you can throw at it. The Razor was designed for a deep tone and back pressure reduction thus avoiding the common pitfall of the other short suppressors on the market.
Supressor comes with one 5/8x24 flash hider QD mount. SPECIFICATIONSCALIBER: 7.62mm rated up-to .300 RUMRatings: Belt Fed RatedDiameter: 1.5"Length: 6.4"Finish: CerakoteSound Levels: 300BLK - 129.7 dB 5.56mm - 138.7 dB .308 - 143.8 dBMaterials: Baffles - Stellite Core Tube - 17-4 PH Stainless Steel Mount: 17-4 PH Stainless Steel Must be shipped to your local SOT for transfer.
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This can is fantastic. Bought it up about eight months ago with a decent discount due to the flood damage Recoil suffered. The can is in great shape, and so far, I've used it on a 8.5" 300 BLK with supers and subs, and a 16" 5.56 with supers.
It's not hearing safe on the 300 with supers, and maybe (but probably not) hearing safe with subs. There's a lot of gas that comes out of the ejection port that makes the right ear ring a bit, and I think pretty much any AR-15 is going to have this problem. However, it does drop the report enough that you're not damaging your hearing when you're not doubling up on protection.
I'm surprised at how well it suppresses supersonic 5.56, even with the .30 caliber end cap. Full power 55-grain M193 sounds like a .22 LR with this can. I wasn't expecting anywhere near that amount of suppression, and I highly recommend this for people shooting 5.56, as well as .30 caliber cartridges.
I'm excited to try some subsonic .308 out of my 16" Remington 700 SPS Tactical.
This can lives on my 8.5" .300 BLK SBR loaded with Barnes 110-grain TAC-TX next to my bed at night. The short length and low weight means it's still handier than a 16" rifle, and if I ever need to use it, I won't be bleeding out of my ears afterwards.