Over-barrel suppressors have to fit over your rifle’s barrel and thread securely into place without touching the gas system on semi-auto rifles. This means that you have to take into account your barrel’s length and diameter as well as your gas system when choosing a suppressor.
If you are buying one suppressor for multiple rifles, you should choose one that fits over your thickest barrel and works with the barrel / gas system combination that has the shortest distance between the gas block and the muzzle. See the reference charts below, or call us at 801-505-7100 for help choosing the right suppressor for you.
556 series (CQB-556, SNIPER-556, etc):
.204 Ruger through .223 Remington/5.56 NATO
762 series (CQB-762, SNIPER-762, etc):
.243 Winchester through .300 Win Mag
.22LR through 5.8 x 28
CQB & SNIPER:
22” barrel / rifle-length gas system
18” barrel / mid-length gas system
16” barrel / carbine-length gas system
20” barrel / rifle-length gas system
16” barrel / mid-length gas system
14” barrel / carbine-length gas system
Our flagship over-barrel suppressor, the CQB is designed around a 16” barrel with a carbine-length gas system and adds only 3.7” to your rifle’s overall length.
A shortened version of our CQB suppressor, the CQBm features the same single-piece baffle structure and works with rifles that have a 16” barrel and a mid-length gas system.
Our direct-thread, end-mount suppressor, the SBR features a single-piece baffle manufactured using aerospace-grade CNC technology in order to deliver pinpoint accuracy and a suppression level that outperforms many of it’s rivals.
An over-barrel suppressor created for heavy-barrel rifles, the SNIPER features a single-piece baffle that threads directly on to the barrel and delivers a rock-solid return to zero and minimal POI shift.
Designed specifically for Pistol Caliber Carbines, the Hornet features an over-barrel design to add minimal length while drastically reducing both sound and recoil.
In this free download you’ll learn:
– About Gas Blowback, Decibels, etc.
– Quick Detach vs. Direct Thread?
…and much, much more!