Rugged Suppressors Releases Razor 762 Modular Suppressor

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. 

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.

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  • Reef Blastbody

    I read that as “Ruger” at first and was thinking “About damn time one of the big boys got in on the game!”, then re-read it.

    • thedonn007

      Sig Sauer is not big enough?

      • Reef Blastbody

        Hmmm. Yeah, forgot about them. Though I think Ruger probably outsells them in the US market simply due to them catering more to the entry and midlevel market, whereas SIG is marketed here as top drawer, with recent forays into the midlevel market.

        Still, if Ruger were to leverage their expertise with MIM, especially in Ti and other alloys, it’d make for an overall shifting of the prices of suppressors downwards. I can only hope the Hearing Protection Act gains traction for a push into law after the current administration is termed out.

      • Emfourty Gasmask

        I wouldn’t touch Sig anything after the 556XI debacle.

        • thedonn007

          What was the debacle again? I am trying to remember what that was.

  • JumpIf NotZero

    15.3oz in a configuration it can not be used in.

    Wow! Cool! Thanks for that very important spec.

    Now add the mounting adapter and mount and the weight is 20oz+ just like all the QD cans. My next purchase is a TB Ultra7 because 20oz+ on the end of a gun you’re going to carry / hunt with is dumb.

  • Johnson184

    Pretty sure it isn’t modular and only one size for the Razor…

    • Paul Rain

      Yeah, for that price you’d expect the SuperTrapp of suppressors…

  • iksnilol

    So sad to see how much you guys pay for such “crappy” suppressors.


  • iksnilol

    Sad to see how much you pay for such “crappy” suppressors.

    Weighs less (20 oz with the mounting thingamajig), is way shorter (at least in regards to added length) and knowing American prices: It is probably cheaper.


    • G0rdon_Fr33man

      There is also no end to American suppressor manufacturers claiming to be “first” in some field, even though it has been done for a decade over here…

      • iksnilol

        Don’t get me started on that.

        “first shotgun suppressor”, “first modular suppressor”… literally 10-20 years after everybody had already done it in the rest of the world.

  • Geoffry K

    It would be nice to find out out how my Form 1 5.56 homebuilt suppressor does for dB.
    It weighs 26 ounces, 9″ long and is the famous (or infamous) MagLite tube suppressor.
    All I know is it cost me $300 including the Tax Stamp and all I hear is a supersonic crack that masks any muzzle blast that may or may not make it through the baffles.
    I need to try some subsonic ammo.

  • TheSmellofNapalm

    You’re a “little baffled?” I see what you did there….

  • Red State

    These things cost way too much. A tin can with baffles and threads. Should go for $200.