First Look: AAC Jaeger 30 Suppressor

posted on January 23, 2019

Created to offer superior sound attenuation and recoil reduction in bolt-action and single-shot rifles firing .300 Win. Mag., the Jaeger 30 from Advanced Armament Corp. was designed to stand up to the demands of the modern hunter and sport shooter.

Featuring a Grade 9 Titanium mount and blast chamber, black anodized mount is the strongest component of the silencer and it carries the serial number and data panel. The outer tube and monolithic core of the Jaeger 30 are machined from 7075 T6 Aluminum for lighter weight and additional strength and tube and monocore are finished with a Type 3 hard coat anodized finish for ruggedness.

The 5/8-24 TPI threads of the Jaeger 30 are compatible with the majority of .30-caliber hunting rifles found on the shelves your local gun store. At just 13.9 oz in weight, the Jaeger 30 adds only 9 inches to the overall length of the rifle.

Jaeger 30 Specifications

Weight: 13.9 ounces
Diameter: 1.47 inches
Length: 9.28 inches

Sound Pressure Level:
300 Win Mag - 138 db
308 Win - 137 db
300BLK Subsonic: 127 db*

*Sound pressure level may vary based on various factors including but not limited to caliber, barrel length, and ammunition selection.

MSRP on the Jaeger 30 is $449.99. More information on the Jaeger 30 is available at


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