We’re seeing more and more integrally suppressed firearms hitting the marketplace. Colorado-based Phoenix Weaponry is the latest company to join the party with its integrally suppressed rifle.
The rifle features the Remington 700 action in addition to a PTG fluted bolt and tactical bolt knob. At the core of the integrally suppressed assembly is an air-gauged 24-inch Douglas barrel with a titanium suppressor core and sleeve. This results in a durable, functional hunting rifle that weighs just under eight pounds without optics.
Since this rifle was designed for long-range shots, it features a Warne 20 MOA rail. In addition, it includes an inlet, glass-bedded Bell and Carlson stock. The rifle consistently shoots sub MOA, the company claims.
“This is your opportunity to shoot the heavy loads and high velocities in the field without paying the price with your hearing. None of us like spending the next three days wondering if there is a phone ringing somewhere,” Phoenix Weaponry says in the press release.
Phoenix Weaponry Customization
While the standard rifle comes chambered in .338-06, other calibers are available upon request. Additionally, Phoenix Weaponry is offering a complete custom trigger, along with single and multi-color paint and graphics at an additional charge. Furthermore, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, Maryland, California and Colorado compliant versions are available. You also have the option of converting your current rifle to this integrally suppressed platform.
Phoenix Weaponry’s integrally suppressed .338-06 rifle is available for $4,600.
For more, go to phoenixweaponry.com.
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