SureFire Releases Genesis .30 Cal Suppressors

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SureFire has released their latest .30 cal suppressor with some bold claims. Specifically the Genesis 762 thread-on, “boasts the ultimate sound attenuation of any suppressor ever built for 300 Black Out (subsonic or supersonic), .308, and 300 Win Mag”.

According to their website, they say the average sound is 120 dB for subsonic 300 BLK ammunition, which means there are shots that dip below 120 dB. Relative for even hearing-safe 140 dB levels, 120 dB is over 300% quieter. Other averages below (direct from SureFire):

Sound Data Averages:

  • 120dB – .300 Blackout subsonic
  • 129dB – 7.62×51
  • 134dB – 5.56
  • 137dB – .300 WM

 

Construction of the can is typical for high-end suppressors. SureFire states that the can uses a combination of stainless steel tubing and specialized Inconel (a high nickel-content alloy) for the blast baffles. The suppressors feature hex-head design at the rear and front cap for easy cinching with common wrenches.

 

Interestingly, SureFire directs users who want first-round flash reduction and full-auto performance to look to their SOCOM line. While not a direct statement that the cans are not full-auto rated, it seems to indicate that the design was exclusively towards sound suppression at the cost of other capabilities.

The new Genesis suppressors are available in both blachero1-440x414k and Flat Dark Earth and in two thread patterns, 5/8 x 24 (common to most US spec .30 weapons) and 9/16 x 24 (less common), bringing in a total of 4 available SKU’s. Retail is pegged at $1075.00

Its a nice addition to the produce line on top of their wrist lights and flashlights. 



Nathan S.

One of TFB’s resident Jarheads, Nathan now works within the firearms industry. A consecutive Marine rifle and pistol expert, he enjoys local 3-gun, NFA, gunsmithing, MSR’s, & high-speed gear. Nathan has traveled to over 30 countries working with US DoD & foreign MoDs.

Nathan can be reached at Nathan.S@TheFirearmBlog.com

The above post is my opinion and does not reflect the views of any company or organization.


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  • Dracon1201

    Hey! Look! Another suppressor! Ugghh…

    • Major Fret

      Should I put it on my newly released AR 15?

      • Dracon1201

        Only if it has one of those super fancy new freefloat rails. But the one released yesterday, not the day before.

        • Twilight sparkle

          I’d like to see more guns geared towards ladies, like pink guns used to get tiring but now it seems like people are getting sick from black rifle disease. It would be nice to see something actually designed from the ground up for a woman instead of taking some cheap pistol or shotgun and putting pink paint on it. News on something like that would actually be interesting.

  • KestrelBike

    I never thought I’d say this (and I’m sure there’s something wrong with it economically/morally) but: Less R&D, More Lobbying.

  • beanfield

    Is the end cap considered a silencer part? The blast baffle is inconel, what about the rest of the core?

  • Mc Cain

    I’m considering this for my GA Precision Crusader in 7.62/308.