SilencerCo Releases Saker 762
By Ray Ibanez
SilencerCo announced the launch of their new Saker 762 suppressor for 7.62/.308 caliber rifles. It’s less than an inch longer than their 5.56 model, the Saker 556, and weights in at 20.7oz. Sound reduction was at 126 dB with 300BLK subsonic ammo and 139 dB with .308. It includes a lifetime warranty and retails at $1300. They’re currently in production and should be available in Q1 of 2014. Check them out at Silencerco.com.
CALIBER: 7.62 / Multi Caliber
WEIGHT: 20.7 OZ
139 dB (tested with .308)
134 dB (tested with 5.56)
126 dB (tested with 300 BLK Subsonic)
FINISH: Black Oxide
MOUNT: Trifecta RS Flash Hider Mount
Multi Caliber and Full Auto Rated
Interchangeable mounting options with MAAD Mount
Interchangeable front cap feature with MAAD Cap
Worry-free, positive locking, one hand on/off QD mount
Stellite™ baffle material +30% more durable than Inconel®
Hoplon baffle reduces harmful erosion (available on Saker556 model only)
West Valley City, UT- SilencerCo is pleased to announce the launch of the highly anticipated Saker 762. At less than an inch longer than our Saker 556, this new addition to our 30 caliber lineup is small and light weight. Despite it’s size, it offers outstanding sound suppression- as low as 126 dB with subsonic blackout. With our Stellite™ baffle system, the Saker 762 is over 30% more durable than our competitors Inconel® suppressors.
The Saker 762 embodies all the great features of the Saker 556 including the MAAD Cap, with standoff’s and flash hiders being produced to enhance and expand the user’s functionality. The Patent pending Trifecta MAAD mount and Trifecta flash hider are the industry’s most superior quick detach mounting system, allowing the user one hand operation. The Saker 762 MAAD is compatible with existing Saker 556 devices and mounts out of the box, and can achieve 134 dB’s with 5.56. Tough enough for 300 Remington Ultra Mag, and full auto use, the Saker 762 is optimized for .308 and smaller.
In production now, the Saker 762 will be shipping in Q1.
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