Rugged introduces modular Radiant762 suppressor (VIDEO)

01/8/19 5:00 AM | by

Rugged Suppressors introduce modular Radiant762 suppressor (VIDEO)

Rated for full auto and calibers up to 300RUM with no barrel length restrictions, the lightweight Radiant762 is a new kid on the suppressor block.

Rugged’s latest can is made with a combination of Stellite baffles in the main body and grade 5 Titanium baffles in the module that give it a 12.5-ounce weight in its full 7.5-inch configuration. Modular, the Radiant762 can be abbreviated by the user, with the shorter 5.1-inch stack tipping the scales at just 9.4-ounces.

The new Radiant762 is modular and combines Stellite and titanium in its construction (Photos: Rugged)

The suppressor comes standard with Rugged’s new M2 Brake, that adds 1.5-ounces to the weight of the can. Using a dual taper locking system, the M2 is backward compatible with the company’s other rifle suppressors.

The company says the Radiant is capable of suppressing an 18-inch 300RUM to 135dB at the ear.

MSRP is $1,300.

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