Advanced Armament recently announced the debut of the company’s first suppressor developed exclusively for hunting, the Jaeger 30. Moreover, AAC designed the suppressor to work with .300 Win. Mag., .308 Win. and 300 BLK.

“Out this year we have our new Jaeger 30 hunting suppressor,” said Ben Bachmeier, product manager, AAC. “It is a first ever for AAC to develop a specific hunting suppressor. It’s chambered for .300 Win. Mag., and most importantly, above all else, the price. The price is an MSRP of $450, and it’s made of titanium and aluminum. The actual rear piece, which is titanium, the strongest component, is actually the part that’s serialized. The tube and the mono(lithic) core on the inside are 7075 T6 aluminum and they’re finished in a hardocoat anodizing in OD Green.”

Jaeger 30 Features

The AAC Jaeger 30 utilizes a Grade 9 Titanium mount and blast baffle. Meanwhile AAC machines the outer tube and monolithic core from 7075 T6 aluminum. The black anodized Titanium mount in the suppressor’s strongest component, according to AAC. This part carries the serial number and data panel as well.

The suppressor utilizes 5/8-24 threads, making it compatible with most .30-caliber hunting rifles on the market. Also, Advanced Armament finished the entire tube and monocore with a Type 3 hardcoat anodizing in OD Green.

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AAC Jaeger 30 Specifications

  • Calibers: .300 Win. Mag., .308 Win., 300 BLK
  • Overall Weight: 13.9 ounces
  • Overall Length: 9.28 inches
  • Finish: Hard Coat Anodizing
  • Overall Diameter: 1.47 inches
  • Overall Sound Reduction: 127dB-138dB
  • Mount: Grade 9 Titanium mount and blast baffle
  • Materials: Aluminum, Titanium
  • MSRP: $450

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