Suppressors and Muzzle Brakes by Suppressed Armament Systems

Suppressed Armament Systems (SAS) manufactures silencers, muzzle brakes and flash hiders, as well as does custom precision rifle builds. Here is a short review of their product line:

Suppressors

The SAS suppressor range is pretty large. They offer suppressors for .22LR, 9x19mm, .45ACP, 5,56/.223, .30 and .338 caliber rifles and pistols. Depending on suppressor model they can be made of aluminum, stainless steel or titanium. SAS suppressors mount on the host gun either by a conventional thread attachment or  by their TOMB system (Thread Over Muzzle Brake). The idea behind the TOMB system is that the muzzle brakes have external threads which work as a mounting platform for the suppressor.

Suppressor - SAS1

The company also has a full-auto rated 5.56 suppressors called M47, some examples of which have reportedly had 20,000 rounds through them and still are performing well.

Prices for SAS suppressors start from $399 for the .22LR aluminum can all the way up to $1295 for the .338 caliber one with the TOMB attachment system.

Muzzle Brakes and Flash Hiders

Suppressed Armament system manufactures two types of flash hiders (Talon-S and Talon-L) and two muzzle brakes (TOMB and Ti Brake). They also offer a flash hider and muzzle brake combination device (Alpha) and a muzzle blast diverter. All these muzzle devices are designed to work with one or another SAS suppressor. The blast diverter also mounts on TOMB system.

SAS brakes

The Ti Brake is made of titanium and priced at $199. The blast diverter is sold at $139. All the other muzzle brakes and flash hiders have a price tag of $135.

 Contacts

SAS logo

Website: www.SuppressedArmament.com
Address: 280 Greg Street Suite 3, Reno, NV 89502
E-mail: sales@suppressedarmament.com
Phone: 812-205-7623



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  • iksnilol

    But suppressors are fragile and wear out fast, thus being another part that needs to be replaced often.

    /Sarcasm so thick I am choking on it now

  • AndyT

    Is that the same design as the Griffin taper mount?

  • JumpIf NotZero

    I’m really enjoying how the thickest part of the silencer is NOT located at the weakest point of the design.

    • thedonn007

      It might be more of a heat sink as that is where the suppressor would have a higher temperature.

  • Rick

    SAS makes a great suppressor. I had a chance to shoot, hear, and see them metered first hand a few years ago. Very impressive. The problem is their marketing sucks. But that might be why their prices are so good.