Yankee HIll Machine Phantom Ultra Light Tactical Suppressor
New For 2014: YHM's .30 Cal. Ultra Light Tactical Suppressor

The Titanium Phantom .30 Ultra Light Tactical Suppressor is smaller and lighter than most .30 caliber suppressors.

At 1.5 inches in diameter, 7.625 inches in length and weighing just 13 ounces, these suppressors are smaller and lighter than YHM’s full-size Phantom M2 .30 caliber suppressor while delivering similar performance on .308 Winchester.

On .300 BLK, 7.62x39mm and 6.8mm, these new designs are actually quieter than the full-size Phantom Suppressor. They are perfect for serving double duty on both a .308 Winchester host and a .22 caliber host, as well as anything in between.

The Ultra Light Tactical Suppressors feature CNC welds throughout and an updated tube design that incorporates a thicker blast for increased strength.

The Phantom utilizes YHM’s improved Q.D. Mounting system that allows for faster, easier and more secure mounting and like always, the mount is included in the price of the suppressor. The suppressor is also backwards compatible with 5.56mm Q.D. Mounts.

The Ultra Light Tactical Suppressors are full-auto rated (limited) on barrels as short as 8 inches in .300 BLK and 10.5 inches on every other caliber. They carry a lifetime warranty. Made with Grade 9 Titanium.

The proven performance of YHM’s Phantom Flash Hider eliminates 99 percent of muzzle flash while the Sound Technologies baffle design (U.S. Patent #7,073,426) reduces muzzle noise by up to 39 dB.

The fast attach design allows the user to permanently install the Phantom Flash Hider and then install the Sound Suppressor without the use of tools when sound suppression is desired.

YHM’s Phantom Ultra Light Tactical Suppressor is available now for $1,130.

For more information on the Phantom Ultra Light Tactical Suppressor and other products from Yankee Hill Machine, please visit YHM.net.

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