Finding the right rifle is only half the battle. To get the most from the 300 Blackout’s subsonic capabilities, you need a reliable sound suppressor. This allows you to protect you and your teammate’s hearing without giving away your position.
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Suppressors also go a long way toward not spooking the neighbors. Without further ado, here are some cutting-edge 300 Blackout suppressors to pair with your rifle.
The all-Inconel baffle stack on this full-length suppressor is designed to stand up to the pressures of full-power 7.62mm NATO ammunition, with its service life extending when you use 300 Blackout ammo with its lower pressures (especially the subsonic rounds).
The 9-inch body on this suppressor provides outstanding sound signature reduction in just about the largest suppressor that makes sense on a bolt-action gun. (advanced-armament.com; 770-925-9988)
Designed to survive full-auto fire, mount quickly to standard 5/8×24 threads, user serviceable and handle tactical rounds from 5.56mm to .300 Win Mag, this suppressor is ready to mount to 300 Blackout rifles or pistols with a minimum barrel length of only 7.5 inches.
Designed to meet or exceed SOCOM design standards, these distinctive suppressors are in wide service with police and U.S. military entities. (gemtech.com; 208-939-7222)
Designed specifically for the 300 Blackout round, this suppressor is relatively short and particularly effective with a stated sound reduction rating of 28 to 30 decibels.
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The suppressor’s short length helps limit your weapon’s overall length for operations inside structures, ships and other confined spaces, and its relatively light weight helps preserve a bit of the weapon’s natural point of aim. (gemtech.com; 208-939-7222)