For me, AAC’s Ti-Rant series has always been analogous to that person that all of your friends know and love, but you’ve never met. The Ti-Rant 9 was, according to many, the quietest 9mm suppressor on the market for several years and the short S-models are probably the most successful “K” cans available. Even after all this praise, it has taken me nearly eleven months of working with Silencer Shop to actually get around to reviewing a Ti-Rant. Today, we will take a close look at the newest member of the family, the modular Ti-Rant 45M. READ MORE.
+ Can be configured in two different lengths
+ Performs virtually as well as top contenders like the Rugged Obsidian
+ Backloaded weight in the booster assembly makes the can feel lighter than list
+ Keyed K-baffles are easy to remove, clean, and reinstall
+ Uses existing Ti-Rant pistons
+/- Aluminum distal baffles limit cleaning options, but reduce weight
– Poor finish (supposedly rectified)
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