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First Look: AAC Ranger Suppressor Line

Advanced Armament Company has just launched the Ranger 5 and Ranger 7 suppressors, two new cans designed for 5.56 and 7.62 NATO AR-pattern rifles.

Advanced Armament Company has been known to make some pretty nice cans, and the two models just added to the new Ranger line appear to follow in that trend. Designed specifically to function well with AR-pattern rifles, the AAC Ranger 5 and Ranger 7 are rated for 5.56x45mm NATO and 7.62x51mm NATO respectively.

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AAC Ranger 5.

The AAC Ranger suppressors were made to be compact and lightweight while still providing ample sound suppression. Constructed using Inconel 718 high-strength nickel alloy and stainless steel, the Ranger 5 weighs 15.2 ounces and is 5.825 inches long while the Ranger 7 weighs 17.2 ounces and is 6.75 inches in length. Finished with a high-temp Cerakote, both AAC Ranger suppressors are rugged and ready for harsh environments and high volumes of full-auto fire. The Ranger 5 has an advertised 32dB of sound reduction with M193 5.56 NATO ammo, and the Ranger 7 offers 30dB when using M80 .308 Winchester (or 24 dB with .300 Winchester Magnum).

AAC Ranger 7.

Both cans come standard with a direct-thread mount (1/2×28 for the Ranger 5 and 5/8×24 for the Ranger 7) but are compatible with HUB adaptors as well. They also both feature a built-in muzzle brake and have a removable end cap for easier maintenance and cleaning. MSRP for both AAC Ranger suppressor models is $899.99 and they’re available now.

AAC Ranger 5.

For more information, please visit advanced-armament.com.


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