First Look: SIG Sauer SLX and SLH Suppressors

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posted on September 27, 2021
Sound suppressor

SIG Sauer is introducing the new SLX and SLH series of suppressors. Both of these new product lines were developed to meet the demands of the U.S. military in order to deliver cutting edge performance when it matters the most.

The SLX series of rifle suppressors feature the new easy to use, repeatable, and extremely durable Clutch-Lok QD mounting system. The SLX has an internal multi-flow path which allows gas to exit at a faster rate than a traditional baffle style suppressors. This results in significantly less gas and debris flowing back through the ejection port into the shooter's face, allowing to stay on-target with greatly reduced discomfort. The SLX series is a performance based suppressor that is designed for use with supersonic ammunition and ideal for users focused on flash reduction and lower amounts of debris.

The new SLH series of rifle suppressors also feature the new Clutch-LOK QD mounting system, and also have an internal multi-flow path that is focused on sound reduction. Like the SLX series, they also significantly reduce the gas venting through the ejection port, lowering the output by up to half compared to a standard baffle suppressor. The SLH series is optimized for sound reduction and is a good choices ideal for users that use both supersonic and subsonic ammunition.

Both the SLX and SLH are available in .300 BLK, 7.62 NATO and 5.56 NATO, and both are made from inconel and titanium with a high-temperature Cerakote finish.

SLX & SLH Suppressor Features

  • Direct thread mounting system
  • Clutch-Lok mounting system with an intuitive tactile locking ring and infinite radial locking positions
  • Multi-flow path that exhausts gasses at a higher rate, resulting in less debris venting from the ejection port
  • Flash reducing end cap design

Mechanix Wear X-Pad Suppressor Handling Mitt And Transport Bag

The Mechanix Wear X-Pad glove is ideal for when you need to remove your suppressor from your firearm while it's still hot. This pad can withstand temperatures up to 2,000 degrees Fahrenheit and features a heavyweight felt interior, DuPont Kevlar stitching, and easy access points for your fingers and thumb. In addition to this, the Mechanix Wear Suppressor Transport Bag gives you a way to store a hot suppressor without causing permanent damage to your range gear.

Mechanix Wear 6-Inch Suppressor Cover

Lock in the heat to your suppressor so your vision isn't distorted by the mirage cause from the heat rising from your suppressor and distorting the image through your optic. The suppressor also prevents you and those around you from burning themselves due to the extreme heat of your suppressor.

More information on these products and other gear from SIG Sauer is available at sigsauer.com.

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