556 Ratchet Lock Titanium Suppressor
The 556 Ratchet Lock Titanium Suppressor uses the latest flow technology for the best sound reduction in the least size. Identical in design to the Inconel suppressor, the Titanium is lighter and designed for moderate rate of fire.
The 556 Ratchet Lock Titanium Suppressor uses the latest flow technology for the best sound reduction in the least size. Identical in design to the Inconel suppressor, the Titanium is lighter and designed for moderate rate of fire. Designed for 5.56x45 it will aso work with any 22 cal bullet (or smaller) including 22-250. The 556 RL attaches to a 90 tooth muzzle device (Not Included) using two ratchets to provide 4 degree of rotational alignemnt.
The suppressor mounts in about 3 seconds with 2 full turns of a ACME thread. As the thread starts to tighten against the conical seal, the rotation rings clicks into place like a torque wrench which prevents the can from unscrewing and provides a consistent install tension. To remove, twist the rotation ring until it clicks which unlocks the ratchet and keep turning to unscrew the suppressor. The best feature about the lock ring is that the motion to install and remove is intuitve and effortless. It also prevents ratchet clicking noises when installing since the ring keeps the ratchet disengaged from the teeth during normal operation. If you want to hear the teeth, just put the ring in the locked position before installing.
Average multiple in house results of sound testing using BK2209 with BK4136 :
14.5" AR 15 using M193 55 grain at 2905 FPS: 134.88
14.5" AR 15 using M193 55 grain at shooters right ear: 138.68
14.5" AR 15 using M193 55 grain at 2905 FPS: A weighted
14.5" AR 15 using M193 55 grain unsuppressed: 166.58
Prior to release this can was extensively tested for both sound and durability. Built for moderate rate of fire but easy to remove even after extended firing strings. QD mechanism provides a robust atachment and consistent POA POI shift.
This can is built from TItanium 64 using a selective laser melting process. This process provides a completely monolithic structure for added strength with minimal weight. The suppressor provides a yield strength of around 900 MPA with over 7 % elongation.
Currently not available for sale in the USA, yet but watch this space.
|Thread||Fits all RL muzzle devices in 556|
|Overbarrel from Shoulder||NA|
|Length Past Muzzle||Length past end of Muzzle device - 105mm|