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AAC Ti-RAID 30

Thread in 'Class III & NFA Discussion' started by AK74U, Nov 15, 2018.

  1. AK74U

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    Just seen this on Capitol Armory's site. No pic to see what it looks like but its like SilencerCo Omega. Comes with the direct thread and QD attachment using 90t. Havent heard anything in a while from AAC since Halcyon.
     
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    The Ti-RAID is quite a bit different from the SiCo Omega. It was designed from the get-go to be easily disassembled by the user for cleaning and maintenance with no tools required. We did not take an existing fully welded design and simple replace the welds with threads. From the start, the Ti-RAID had material added to crucial structures to enable it to handle 300 WIN MAG pressures and still be easily disassembled. Despite the fact AAC was one of the earliest proponents of the "fully-welded" silencer, over the years it's become more and more apparent to us that a silencer that is extremely durable but can be easily disassembled by the user, was the path forward into the future. Most components of the Ti-RAID 30 are titanium. The Ti-RAID 30 assembles and disassembles from the rear. A baffle retention ring is both threaded and welded into the front of the tube. The front chamber, 12 baffles, and blast chamber, all insert from the rear and are retained in the tube between the threaded/welded ring in the front, and the rear mount. A stainless steel wave spring provides tension between the mount and the blast chamber flange, insuring the mount remains tightly threaded to the tube during use. The mount, tube, and front chamber are all finished using a proprietary PVD finish that eliminates the potential for galling when titanium is threaded to titanium. The baffles feature a series of ports that help lower back pressure. The Ti-RAID 30 is ~8.5" OAL and weighs just over 20 ounces (similar weight to a 762-SDN-6). It delivers sound signatures in the mid 130 dB range with 300 Win Mag, low to upper 130's with .308 (depends on semi vs. manual, and barrel length), and low 120's with 300 BLK. Yes, the Ti-RAID 30 is a little more costly than similar fully welded designs, but you can fully clean the Ti-RAID, unlike most every other design on the market. The Ti-RAID 30 is truly a "forever" silencer. Buy once, cry once.

    Always glad to answer questions.

    Mike Smith/AAC
    SilentMike
    mike@advanced-armament.com
     
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