Manufacturer: Griffin Armament
New for 2016- the Alpha silencer takes the Recce 7's market leading attributes and Patented HEDP™ baffle system and adds new to market features. The Alpha uses 6AL4V Titanium components to drop weight to 14.5 ounces for a .300 win mag rated suppressor that weighs less than most market 5.56mm offerings. The Ratchet-lok™ front cap and keyed together baffles allow the alpha to be disassembled by the end user for cleaning and ease of service. Traditionally welded construction allowed the greatest confidence because serviceable suppressors were comprised of multiple components that could loosen. The Alpha's active locking front cap removes this concern and allows end users to remove copper and lead deposits which rob volume and add parasitic weight to centerfire suppressors over time. This allows lead bullets and rimfire use without concerns of damage to the suppressor. The Alpha features a CNC machined, billet tube body for maximum thermal transfer and unparalleled strength and durability. 17-4 provides double the strength of traditional 316L SS tube bodies, providing redundant strength for additional safety. A 17-4 blast baffle reduces sparking common in titanium suppressors. Years of internal testing has found 17-4 stainless steel to provide longer service life than 718 Inconel, the prior market leading alloy. 17-4 stainless is also twice as strong as cast Stelite 6. A Taper Mount Minimalist Brake, disassembly tools, and a 1/2x28 direct thread adapter are included, making the Alpha a terrific value. Overall SPL on a 12" 300BLK with Remington 220 Subsonic is 123DB, quieter than some 22 rimfire suppressors on the market. Whether hunting your favorite game or rucking on a long range patrol the Alpha is the right tool for the job. Rated on Following barrel lengths 7.5" 5.56mm, 8" 300BLK, 8" 7.62x39, 8" 6.8SPC, 12.5" 7.62x51, and 22" 300Win Mag
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