First Look: SureFire SOCOM300-Ti Suppressor

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posted on June 30, 2019
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SureFire’s newest suppressor, the SOCOM300-Ti, is now in-stock and shipping, providing rifle owners with the opportunity to suppress their .308-caliber firearms with a lightweight, strong suppressor that protects hearing and reduces noise pollution.

The heart of the new SOCOM300-Ti is an extremely lightweight titanium suppressor which is optimized for precision-oriented, bolt-action rifle platforms that are .308 caliber and below (6.5 mm, 6 mm, 5.56). The SOCOM300-Ti combines minimal weight and maximum sound attenuation and is engineered with SureFire’s renowned attention to detail to ensure long life and minimal point-of-aim shift. Weighing in at just 11 ounces, the SOCOM300-Ti is constructed of high-grade titanium, with a front plate, baffles and locking ring also made from machined titanium for extreme weight reduction without sacrificing strength.

The SOCOM300-Ti also features SureFire's innovative Fast Attach mounting system for quick and easy placement on a rifle with minimal and repeatable impact shift. The Fast Attach system is designed to maintain superior accuracy, regardless of the number of attach/detach cycles. All SOCOM300-Ti suppressors are test-fired to verify sub-MOA group size and point-of-impact shift. The Fast-Attach also allows for quick, easy attachment and removal with no additional tools required, making it ideal for use on multiple firearms.

The solid construction of the SOCOM300-Ti delivers excellent sound, flash and dust signature reduction with greatly reduced first-round flash to minimize user detection. Built for consistent performance, and long service life, using stringent standards which result in tight tolerances and precision bore concentricity. The SOCOM300-Ti measures 7.9 inches long, 1.5 inches wide, weighs 11 ounces and is available in two colors, and Black or Dark Earth.

The SOCOM300-Ti has an MSRP of $1,349.00. More information on this new suppressor is available at surefire.com.

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