Yankee Hill Machine is proud to introduce its newest suppressor—the YHM Turbo T3. The new Turbo T3 from Yankee Hill is the newest addition to the Turbo and Resonator lineup of suppressors. For price to performance, Yankee Hill’s Turbo and Resonator are some of the best suppressors on the market.
By Drew Bryant November 22, 2022, theloadoutblog.com
Yankee Hill Machine is proud to introduce its newest suppressor—the YHM Turbo T3. The new Turbo T3 from Yankee Hill is the newest addition to the Turbo and Resonator lineup of suppressors. For price to performance, Yankee Hill’s Turbo and Resonator are some of the best suppressors on the market. When you weigh in noise reduction, length, weight, mounting options, and price YHM Turbo and Resonator are great options for someone looking to invest in their first suppressor.
As suppressor technology continues to evolve the trend has been to reduce the blowback of toxic gases from the ejection port directed at the shooter’s face. Yankee Hill has redesigned the internal baffle geometry of the Turbo T3 to support the efficient flow of gases through the suppressor and away from the shooter. Providing a more pleasurable shooting experience.
Below, are the press release and specs from Yankee Hill Machine on the Turbo T3.
Meet The Turbo® T3-The newest member of the YHM Turbo® suppressor family! This 5.56 NATO Suppressor sports an intentional design improvement to the internal geometry of the baffles-resulting in reduced blowback when compared to the previous model. Built with the same care, quality, and attention to detail that has defined the YHM® brand for generations, the Turbo® was created to supply the modern suppressor community with a full-featured, American Made suppressor at an affordable price. The Turbo® T3 has continued that mission and its MSRP includes a Q.D. Muzzle Brake -or- Q.D. Flash Hider, a Phantom® Q.D. Adapter, and 2 suppressor wrenches. All YHM products are also backed by our Lifetime Manufacturer’s Warranty.
The Turbo® T3 is made from heat-treated 17-4 stainless steel along with a heat-treated 718 Inconel blast baffle. The combination of these materials allows the suppressor to be fully auto-rated and designed for rigorous use. The overall length measures 5.59″ (6.5″ with Phantom® Q.D. Adapter) with a 1.5625” diameter -all while weighing in at a surprising 12.8 oz! Having an average sound pressure level of 134dB on a 14.5” AR shooting 55-grain ammo, the Turbo® T3 is well within the hearing-safe threshold of 140 dB.
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