SAUER USA ‘Titanium Pro’ Silencer

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Sauer USA is teasing the release of their ‘Titanium Pro’ silencer. Dubbed “The Quiet One”  it features an aluminum outer tube that unscrews in the middle for cleaning and maintenance. The baffle stack, in reality a monocore design, is made out of titanium. If I’m reading the specifications correctly, there will be three caliber-dependent variations: 6.5mm, 8mm and 9.3mm.

Now I realize there are companies located outside of the US that make quality silencers, but import restrictions have kept most of them out of civilian hands. However, the Titanium Pro just might be different. Will Sauer be producing these suppressors in the US for the civilian market?

From the Sauer Website:

For some time now, the possession and use of silencers for hunting has been allowed in some federal states. The new SAUER Titanium Pro silencer is now available for SAUER hunters. Besides its outstanding technical characteristics, the SAUER Titanium Pro stands out with its low weight, its slender and aerodynamic form, and its ease of maintenance.

Interesting. I’ve got a message out to Sauer asking for clarification. We will keep you updated.

Sauer USA Titanium Pro @ TFB

Sauer USA Titanium Pro @ TFB

Sauer USA Titanium Pro Specifications:

  • Average sound reduction of 30 dB
  • Silencer core: Class 5 titanium
  • Housing: Aircraft grade aluminum
  • For the following caliber groups: max. 6.5 mm // max. 8 mm // max. 9.3 mm
  • For all standard calibers, the maximum charge is 4.3 grams (66 grains) of propellant
  • Only for barrels with the Standard contour
  • Extends barrel length by 124 mm (4.9 in)
  • Ø = 49.8 mm (1.96 in)
  • Overall length: 213 mm (8.38 mm)
  • Weight: 280 g (9.87 oz)

With a length of 5 inches and a weight of 10 ounces, the Pro seems purpose-built for longer barrels that will be carried in the field for hours on end. And while a little unconventional looking, it’s unique styling will be right at home on a Sauer bolt action hunting rifle.


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Sauer USA – http://Sauer-101.com

Contact – http://www.sauer.de/us/company/contact/

Blaser (US contact) http://www.blaser-usa.com/

info@blaser-usa.com
(210) 377-2527
Blaser USA, Inc.
403 East Ramsey, Suite 301
San Antonio, TX 78216



Pete

LE – Science – OSINT.
On a mission to make all of my guns as quiet as possible.
Pete.M@staff.thefirearmblog.com


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  • Joseph Goins

    Looks like a dildo.

    • Max

      Anything can be a dildo… if you want it bad enough…

  • thedonn007

    Meh

  • Friend of Tibet

    looks sexual….

  • Gun Owner

    Reminds me of the Jesse James bulged suppressor

    • Anonymoose

      And it will probably cost about as much if it’s imported here…

    • Ryfyle

      That dudes really handy with machines, apparently.

  • Ken Rountree

    Still a long way behind ODL titanium suppressors manufactured in NZ. 165g in weight.

  • HSR47

    Given the design, it’s likely not something that will ever be offered on the U.S. market.

    It’s too primitive, and it doesn’t look sufficiently durable. This looks like a ~$500 muffler specifically for bolt-action hunting rifles. There may be a market for that stateside, but I don’t think it’s large enough to justify making cans like this here.

    • randomswede

      An aluminum shell and semi/full auto don’t go well together, it’s intended for hunting.

  • Hamhands

    From the thumbnail scrolling by on the front page I thought it was some sort of weird new bullet or artillery shell design until I read the headline…

  • Budogunner

    I sense Kevin’s sense of humor behind this.