Firearms|Suppressors By Drew BryantNovember 2, 2022, theloadoutblog.com Over the last couple of years since its revival, Advanced Armament Corp (AAC) has been getting back in the swing of things. Mainly […]
By Drew Bryant November 2, 2022, theloadoutblog.com
Over the last couple of years since its revival, Advanced Armament Corp (AAC) has been getting back in the swing of things. Mainly focusing on re-introducing their legacy lineup of rifle and pistol suppressors to the market. Yesterday, AAC proudly announced the introduction of their new Ranger series of rifle suppressors.
The new Ranger series of suppressors from AAC were specifically designed for AR-15 and AR-10 platforms. The Ranger 5 and Ranger 7 both feature a compact designs with reduced weight. Providing end users with reliable, performance-driven suppressors for tactical or sporting applications. The Ranger 5 is a dedicated 5.56 can that offers 32 dB sound reduction with M193 ammunition. While the Ranger 7 provides a solid .30 Cal suppressor. The multi-caliber Ranger 7 is rated up to .300 Win Mag and offers 24 dB sound reduction with .300 Win Mag ammunition.
Below, are the press release and specs for the new Ranger series from AAC.
Advanced Armament Company expands its premium suppressor lineup with the introduction of the all-new Ranger Series. Developed specifically for AR-15 and AR-10 platform rifles, the Ranger 5 and Ranger 7 suppressors feature a compact design and reduced weight, delivering reliable, on-the-move performance for tactical or sporting applications.
Constructed of Inconel 718 high-strength nickel alloy and 17-4 H900 stainless steel for maximum strength and corrosion resistance, the Ranger series is built to withstand the harshest environmental conditions and high-volume operation. For additional protection, both Ranger suppressors are treated with a high-temperature Cerakote finish.
For AR-15s chambered for 5.56 NATO/.223 Remington, the Ranger 5 is a perfect choice. With an overall length of 5.825 inches (when attached to the included 1/2-28 direct-thread mount) and a modest 15.2 oz. weight, the compact Ranger 5 offers 32dB sound reduction with M193 5.56 NATO ammunition.
Fans of the AR-10 platform will appreciate the minimal size and weight of the Ranger 7 suppressor for rifles chambered in .300 Win. Mag and .308 Win. Weighing 17.2 ounces and measuring 6.75 inches long with the included 5/8-24 direct-thread mount, the Ranger 7 presents an agile sound suppression platform with 24dB (.300 WM) and 30dB (M80 .308 Win.) reduction performance.
In addition to the shared material construction and finish, the Ranger 5 and Ranger 7 suppressors incorporate a built-in muzzle brake. Both models also include standard 1.375-24 mount capability, making the system compatible with conventional HUB adapters. For ease of maintenance, the end cap and base can be removed for cleaning. Finally, both models are full-auto-rated.
AAC Ranger 5 Specifications
Caliber: 5.56mm Weight: 15.2 oz. Length: 5.825 in. (w/direct-thread mount) Diameter: 1.5 in. Materials: Inconel 718 and 17-4 H900 stainless steel Finish: high-temp Cerakote Attachment: 1.375-24 universal mounts; ships with direct thread mount in 1/2-28 w/built-in muzzle brake Noise Reduction: 32dB MSRP: $899.99
AAC Ranger 7 Specifications
Caliber: .300 Win. Mag; .308 Win. Weight: 17.2 oz. Length: 6.75 in. (w/direct-thread mount) Diameter: 1.5 in. Materials: Inconel 718 and 17-4 H900 stainless steel Finish: high-temp Cerakote Attachment: 1.375-24 universal mounts; ships with direct thread mount in 5/8-24 w/built-in muzzle brake Noise Reduction: 24dB (.300 WM w/26-in. bolt-action); 30dB (M80 .308 Win. w/20-in. bolt-action) MSRP: $899.99
To find out more about the Ranger series and other AAC suppressors, click here.
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