New Suppressors From Blackhawk at NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits

posted on May 20, 2016

Right now at NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits, Blackhawk is displaying their new line of suppressors.

Stop by Booth #4623 to see the seven new models. Each one is manufactured with Blackhawk’s patent-pending hexagonal pattern, and their lightweight construction provides users with a reliable and lasting strength-to-weight ratio. The new line of suppressors includes the Pulse Rimfire, Smoke Stack .45 Pistol, Mini Boss 9mm Pistol and 300 Blackout, Barrage 5.56 mm rifle, Gas Can 7.62 mm rifle, Carnivore .300 Win Mag and Wrath .338 Lapua Mag.

You won’t be able to see these suppressers again until their anticipated release date later this summer, so now is the time! Talk to their friendly staff on site, and see if one of their new seven suppressors is missing from your favorite firearm.


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