Axelson Tactical Releases Three Suppressor Silencers

Axelson Tactical, the company started to honor fallen Navy SEAL Matt “Axe” Axelson has been operating as SEALs do – quietly and effectively. Following Axe’s tradition, Axelson has been quickly moving into various markets in short order, production products beloved by their customers. Keeping it quiet, Axelson has released their Suppressors to the market.

The aply named “Suppressor” line covers the three most popular calibers today, 5.56, .30 cal, and 9mm. The suppressors are lightweight offerings, constructed almost entirely out of titanium. The .30 cal can is the heaviest of the bunch, topping out at 15 ounces! All the cans feature the Axelson eagle logo on engraved on the outside of the can and a black cerakote finish – presumably the high-temperature version.

No details are published on the various minimum barrel lengths, but knowing Axelson, their lineage, photos provided and previous rifle offerings, its safe to say they are at least SBR rated.

Claimed sound reduction is 34 dB, which I personally much prefer rather than the “typical” ratings provided by other manufacturers. Knowing my base decibel level for a given ammo and barrel length thus makes it much easier to compare between brands.

For more information, check out Axelson Tactical’s website and visit their Suppressor line up. 

Suppressor 5.56 Specs:

  • Caliber 5.56 NATO
  • Length 7.75″
  • Weight 13.5oz
  • O.D. 1.500″
  • Core Material Ti
  • Tube Material Ti
  • Finish Black Cerakote
  • Sound Reduction 34Db

Suppressor .30 Cal Specs

  • Caliber 30 Cal (300 & 308)
  • Length 9″
  • Weight 15oz
  • O.D. 1.500″
  • Core Material Ti
  • Tube Material Ti
  • Finish Black Cerakote
  • Sound Reduction 34Db

Suppressor 9mm Specs

  • Caliber 9MM
  • Length 8″
  • Weight 11oz
  • O.D. 1.380″
  • Core Material Ti
  • Tube Material Ti
  • Finish Black Cerakote
  • Sound Reduction 34Db


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.

Nathan can be reached at Nathan.S@TheFirearmBlog.com

The above post is my opinion and does not reflect the views of any company or organization.


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  • MarcoPolo

    Does a “suppressor silencer” make my suppressor even quieter?

    • Russ Kell

      Isn’t that like saying ‘truck truck’? Or is a suppressor silencer double quiet?

    • DIR911911 .

      keeps your suppressor from yapping all day distracting you from the target

    • QuadGMoto

      I can’t fault TFB for this headline. It became clear in the article that Axelson named their line of silencers “Suppressor”. My guess is that it will be hard to forget “Axelson ‘Suppressor’ silencers.”

  • RSG

    Do they attach to rifle rifles?

  • lolwat

    This reminds me of people who say “I’m going to the ATM machine”.

    Really? The Automatic Teller Machine Machine?

    • QuadGMoto

      Or VIN number. You mean the Vehicle Identification Number number?

    • Texas-Roll-Over

      Or the Rio Grande River…

  • Juggernaut

    Operators Operating Operationally.

    • GaryOlson

      A Shootist Shooter Shooting a Shoot.

    • Core

      Overt Covert Operators, Operating Operationally, Covertly Overtly..

  • The Dude (Noveske Fan)

    Thinking they are sbr rated is useless. I see no mention of attachment method either. So it’s 849 for a can with minimal details listed. No thanks.

  • Texas-Roll-Over

    Good looking tube