New from SWR: Specwar 762 Suppressor

OK, how much fun would that SAW belt dump be? Assuming, of course, that you could find the ammo to refill it. Or shoot it in the first place. Anyway, SWR’s jumped into the 30 cal. suppression market with the new Specwar 762. Shhhhhhhhhh!

West Valley City, UT: SWR is pleased to announce that the new for 2013 Specwar 762 has been shipping and is now available. Marking our entry into 30 caliber suppression, we are excited for this versatile, rugged suppressor to hit the market. We put this can through its paces recently and caught it all on film. From a belt dump out of an FN 249 Para SAW to a bolt action 300 Win Mag, the Specwar 762 took everything we gave it.

Standard 308, Magnum, or subsonic rifle, the Specwar 762 delivers unmatched precision in a lightweight, durable suppressor. The unique Active Spring Retention design provides solid repeatability for complete confidence in your next shot. True bore manufacturing process ensures the highest level of accuracy with minimal point of impact shift.

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  1. avatar tangledthorns says:

    I’m waiting on my SpecWar556 to clear with the ATF. Gonna be another two months, ugh.

  2. avatar Salty Bear says:

    OMG look at that flame!

  3. avatar Olivia R. says:

    Wow, as a woman I may say this rifle is a turn-on!

  4. avatar Russ Bixby says:

    Hmmm… just the right size for a Nagant revolver…

    1. avatar jwm says:

      Russ, as a fellow lover of obsolete Russian hardware I would love to have a Nagant to go with my Mak. Unfortunately they went from being plentiful to being scarce. at least in California. Sigh.

      1. avatar Russ Bixby says:

        I’ll let you know if I come across another.

  5. avatar Gyufygy says:

    Someday, I’ll have a .45 suppressor and a .30 suppressor. Cover all my bases. Yeeeesssssss…

    I’d also like a pretty pink pony from Arctic Hell delivered to me by Porcine Airlines.

  6. avatar Bill says:

    So they were using the 7.62mm suppressor on the 5.56mm SAW, and it was still that suppressed?

    1. avatar matt says:

      Other suppressors are effectively multical too. AAC’s MG-SD supposedly only drops from -26db to -25db when going to 5.56

    2. avatar Southern Cross says:

      There is a 7.62 version for the special forces. It’s called the Mk48 and has two versions (Mod 0 and Mod 1).

      http://www.imfdb.org/wiki/FN_Minimi#Mk_48_Mod_0

  7. avatar William Burke says:

    “SpecWar”. What a detestable name.

  8. avatar OHgunner says:

    I can’t wait for the Supreme Court to overturn the NFA laws and the Hughes amendment. Any day now… Or not

  9. avatar Southern Cross says:

    I find it funny you have to jump through F-Troop’s hoops to get a suppressor, but in Finland you can buy suppressors in hardware stores under the recommendation of the National Health Department because they reduce the incidence of hearing loss from firearm usage.

    1. avatar mike says:

      Yea, definitely stupifying just realizing the total opposite extreme somewhere else in the world. Sadly that’s really what it all boils down to….simple hearing pro.

  10. avatar Azimuth says:

    I think we have our answer to why ammo is in seriously short supply.
    Everybody and their brother is out wasting thousands of rounds of
    ammo just so they can post a cool video on Youtube.

    Can someone tell me, does a suppressor on a SAW serve a useful purpose?
    I mean, if you’ve got your SAW in action, the bad guys probably know you’re out there, so is suppressing the sound of this weapon even necessary? If I’m going wind up my saw, then I want the bad guys to hear it, and fear it. Is someone out there designing a can for a Ma Deuce?
    There already is one. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1iK502zQ8rs

    1. avatar gundriver says:

      You want a suppressor for a SAW to not only reduce the report, but it also eliminates the muzzle flash, which is good for stealth on the battlefield.

  11. avatar todd hadock says:

    I think a few people out there might be missing the point. the point of the demo is the durability of the can…. instead of focusing on the trend of shorter,lighter,louder,300Blackout,CQB cans made for up to 7.62NATO SWR/Silencerco are making heavy duty and high performance cans with greater versatility…. For NFA collectors, buying a versatile, high performance and rugged can that is multi Cal and has multiple mounting options is a dream come true…… if you got in to this game a decade or so ago you would have ended up with a quiver full of cans married to one gun or hassleing with adapters that are always coming loose. If you get your cans paid for by Uncle Sam they need to be reasonably durable make it through the mission but are largely expendable and can be replaced or upgraded to the newest super-can when mission requirements change.

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