Yankee Hill Machine 3100 Q.D. Phantom 5.56 lead
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Yankee Hill Machine 3100 Q.D. Phantom 5.56 lead
Yankee Hill Machine Stays Silent with 3100 Q.D. Phantom 5.56 Suppressor
Yankee Hill Machine 3100 Q.D. Phantom 5.56 side
Yankee Hill Machine Stays Silent with 3100 Q.D. Phantom 5.56 Suppressor

Yankee Hill Machine prides itself on its line of Phantom-based suppressors.

In cooperation with Sound Technologies, Yankee Hill Machine has released the 3100 Q.D. Phantom 5.56 Suppressor.

The proven performance of Yankee Hill Machine’s Phantom Flash Hider eliminates 99 percent of muzzle flash while the Sound Technologies baffle design reduces muzzle noise by up to -35 dB.

RELATED: YHM’s .30 Cal. Ultra Light Tactical Suppressor

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.

The Yankee Hill Machine Phantom Flash Hider system holds the sound suppressor firmly in place by hand tightening and allows the sound suppressor to be removed by hand when no longer needed. A gas seal keeps the threads clean so the suppressor will not bind, making removal a breeze.

The Phantom Flash hider supports the sound suppressor in two places making misalignment nearly impossible, even if the sound suppressor is not fully tightened.

The 3100 Q.D. Phantom 5.56 Suppressor retails for $626.

For more information on the 3100 Q.D. Phantom 5.56 Suppressor and other products from Yankee Hill Machine, please visit YHM.net.

Specifications

Caliber: .223 / 5.56
Overall Length: 6.875 Inches
Diameter: 1.5 Inches
Weight: 20 Ounces
Suppression Level: -35 dB
Material: 4130 Chromoly Steel and Heat Treated Inconel 718
Finish: Matte Black
Method of Attachment: Q.D. Flash Hider (or Muzzle Brake)
Rating: .17HMR through 5.56mm
Full Auto Rated: Full Auto Rated
Flash Hider Mount Thread Options: 1/2″-28, M15x1 RH, 9/16-24 LH, M13x1 LH, M13x1 RH
Muzzle Brake Mount Thread Options: 1/2″-28

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