Rugged Suppressors has announced the release of their Razor 762 modular suppressor. The Razor 762 is the shorter version of the Surge 762, which Rugged claims was the “first” modular suppressor.
Like other shortened versions of existing suppressors, the can gives up some suppressor capabilties in favor of shorter lengths and lighter weights. However, I am a little baffled by their website which shows SPL levels for the parent Surge can at 134-138 dB, but claims for 300 BLK on the Razor at 129 dB. Personal assumption, they are referring to .308, in which case the Razor is not hearing safe, rated at 143.8 dB, above the OSHA recommendation of 140 dB for impulse noise.
Construction of the can is typical materials, with 17-4 pre-hardened stainless steel tube with 100% Stellite baffles which brings the can to “Belt Fed Rated” (which Rugged as trademarked). Rugged says… “the Razor is built for anything you can throw at it”.
Other specifications include length clocking in at 6.4″ and weight (without mounting adapter) at just under a lbs (15.3 ozs) making the can “… the shortest and lightest in its class.” End caps are available for both .30 cal and 5.56.
Mounting the can is through a Dual Taper Lock mounting system on a variety of muzzle devices produced by Rugged. Retail is set at $950, with cans available from Rugged and through their dealer network.