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Rugged Suppressors is a well known for manufacturing high quality suppressors for your pistol or rifle. Recently, the South Carolina company has introduced its first dedicated suppressor—the Razor 5.56. This is a business savvy move by Rugged due to the fact that 5.56/.223 is the most popular rifle round in America. Let’s take a closer look at Rugged’s new Razor 5.56.

The Razor 5.56 is Rugged Suppressors’ first foray into building and designing a dedicated suppressor. The new Razor 5.56 shares design elements from its big brother—the Razor 7.62. The new Razor has very user friendly features such as decreased blowback, recoil, and flash mitigation. The suppressor is built from 17-4 stainless steel construction with Stellite baffles and weighs in at 13.4 ounces. The newest Razor can handle the rigors of automatic fire as well. Lastly, included with the Razor is a M2 muzzle device for ease of attachment to your rifle of choice.

Below, is the product description and specs for Rugged Suppressors’ new Razor 5.56.

Product Description

Rugged’s dedicated 5.56mm suppressor has decreased blowback, recoil, and flash mitigation standard while clocking in at only 13.4 oz. This suppressor is an out-of-the-box solution designed specifically to tame the sound impulse at the shooter’s ear of America’s rifle, the AR-15/M-16.


• Caliber: 5.56x45mm NATO
• Diameter: 1.5”
• Length: Standard Configuration: 6.4′′
• Weight: Standard Configuration: 13.4oz
• At Ear dB: 132dB

The new Razor 5.56 is currently available and retails for $799 MSRP. Add-on the $200 dollar tax stamp brings the Razor cost right up to $1000.

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