Dead Air Sandman-Ti

7.62 Rifle Suppressor
SKU: DA-S-T

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$700.00

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Dead Air Armament

Looking for ultimate silence from your precision rifle? The Sandman Tiis your huckleberry. With its direct thread attachment and titanium tube it’s the perfect fit for your precision rifle, or even for dedicated use under your AR pattern rifle forend.

The Ti has the class leading solid weld Stellite® baffle core and detachable front cap, just like the rest of our Sandman Series. The exterior is finished in Cerakote® for ultimate durability. Like all of our products, it is backed by a lifetime warranty.

Each Sandman-Ti ships with a Keymount Muzzle Brake. No need to budget extra for a mount. When your Sandman-Ti comes we want you to get to the range as quickly as possible!

When you’re ready for peace and quiet use the Keymount brake to quickly attach your Sandman-Ti™  to your rifle. If you’re not quite ready to turn up the silence, you can still employ the finest brake on the market and experience a flatter shooting rifle with minimal concussion compared to traditional muzzle brakes.

Specifications

  • Caliber: Multi - Up to .300 Win Mag
  • Length: 8.2"
  • Diameter: 1.5"
  • Weight: 16.8oz
  • Thread Pitch: 1/2x28, 5/8x24
  • Min. Barrel Length: No Restrictions
  • Finish: Cerakoted Body
FFL Restrictions

FFL/SOT Requirements This item can only be shipped to a Licensed Federal Firearms/Special Occupational Tax Dealer.  Please our firearms shipping policy 

Export Restrictions

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