Testing out the $199 Black Aces Tactical Po’ Boy 5.56 suppressor (VIDEO)

07/5/18 6:00 AM | by

Testing out the $199 Black Aces Tactical Po' Boy .556 suppressor (VIDEO)

The can from Black Aces is billed as a full-auto capable AR suppressor that won’t go select-fire on your wallet.

Putting in work on the Po’ Boy is Matt from Demolition Ranch who (starting at about the 4~ minute mark) details the direct-thread 5.56mm suppressor. Featuring a cerakote finish, the end-user serviceable can is 8-inches long, uses a reinforced straight stack baffle system and is constructed of a 4130 Chromoly tube with a 316 stainless interior. Overall weight is 25-ounces. The tool to take the cap off to service? An AR15 stock wrench.

Matt stacks it up against a host of other suppressors and perforates some viewer-submitted homemade body armor.

Also, Blink Triggers needs to happen.

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