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    Ti QD Suppressor with 2 x Brakes

    Rifleman 5.56 suppressor manufactured by NZ based company.

    44mm diameter, 180mm long, 540 grams including brake.

    2 x brakes manufactured from stainless then phosphated black.

    Brakes are A2 style, 1/2x28 thread.

    Ideal if you want to run it on two .22 centerfire or rimfires etc...

    Paid $1100 with 2 brakes.

    After $750 ONO posted


    Words from a review in NZ Guns & Hunting:

    "Ti.QD is a New Zealand company based out of Christchurch that has introduced a series of quick detach titanium suppressors for hunting, competition and service rifle shooting. Three Way Solutions own and manufacture Ti.QD suppressors using state of the art machinery and matchless materials.

    Each suppressor is constructed from 44mm diameter seamless titanium tube with a single piece titanium internal muzzle brake and baffle system that is self-cleaning. The locking mechanism is manufactured from stainless steel and then phosphated for corrosion resistance. The A2 style brake is manufactured to tighter tolerances than the standard issue brake to ensure concentricity with the bore and is made of hardened steel for additional wear. The overall length of all of Ti.QD suppressors are 180mm and they only weigh 540 grams including the brake.

    Titanium is extremely lightweight and one of the strongest metals used in firearms manufacturing. It heats up rapidly but cools equally as fast. This is very important in suppressor construction because it is essentially controlling the explosion of propellant gasses from a bullet exiting the barrel. The Ti.QD suppressor is rated to 10,000 rounds service life and 6,500 rounds of full automatic fire. It heats up to 400 degrees when firing at full automatic or rapid firing rates and cools to 70 degrees after only five minutes meaning it can be removed with gloves if necessary. The Rifleman 5.56 model was trialled by Thales as part of the Australian Defence Force Gen 3 F90 Steyr AUG replacement program and placed within the top five suppressors tendered.

    The Rifleman 5.56 is the best QD suppressor I have ever used; I donít make that claim lightly as I have used Surefire, Knights Armament, ASE Utra and many other military grade QD suppressors. The Ti.QD Rifleman is quick to deploy, durable is use, simple in function, very effective and requires no maintenance. "

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    $650 posted.

    Bit steep.
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