Cole-TAC High Temp Suppressor Pouch | SHOT 2017

Earlier this week I met up with Dustin Coleman, owner of Cole-TAC, maker of a variety of high quality suppressor covers. During this year’s SHOT Show, Coleman and crew released a new high-temp resistant pouch. Designed to withstand the heat of a scalding hot can, the Vulcan can be used on its own or in conjunction with one of the other varieties of high-temp resistant suppressor covers made by Cole-TAC.

The Vulcan is designed to ust slip on a hot silencer, remove it from your barrel and be safe enough to transport. MSRP runs a hair over $70.

Great people. Great products. I own a Cole-TAC cover of my own.

The Vulcan Suppressor is the latest product from Cole-TAC designed to store and transport your suppressor safely. This is not your ordinary suppressor pouch. It is lined with the same proprietary fire-resistant material that is rated to 1800°F found in our suppressor covers. The outer shell is the tough and durable 1000D Cordura nylon. No longer will you have to wait at the range for your suppressor to cool. Now you can slide the Vulcan Suppressor Pouch over your hot can, remove it, and close the pouch without worrying about melting your gear. It is also suppressor cover compatible, meaning you can keep your cover on and still use the pouch. This pouch, along with all of our other gear, is made right here in the USA.

Cole-TAC Vulcan Pouch SPecs:

  • Length: Up to 9″
  • Diameter: 1.75″ without a suppressor cover and 1.625″ with a suppressor cover
  • Regular price: $73.95


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  • Emperius

    Don’t pass the Hearing Protection Act…
    REPEAL 1934, ’68, and ’86 gun laws.

    • mig1nc

      The 86 FOPA was a good law… Except for the one poison pill.

    • Cayton Jones

      How about don’t let the perfect get in the way of the good. Would I like those laws repealed? Yes. Does that mean I should ignore anything less than a full repeal? I say no.