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From Daniel Defense . . .

Daniel Defense, manufacturer of the world’s finest firearms and accessories, today announces the release of a new line of hard-use and titanium suppressors.

Daniel SoundGuard Suppressors Powered by KGM provide multiple benefits to the user, with an emphasis on backpressure reduction. “Through years of working with multiple military/law enforcement agencies – as well as consumers – our team pinpointed specific criteria for this family of suppressors,” said Marty Daniel, President and CEO. “In addition to the obvious, sound reduction, limiting the amount of toxic gasses, reducing muzzle flash and accuracy were all critical.”

These well-balanced, reliable suppressors utilize cutting-edge gas-flow dynamics that eliminate over-gassing and direct gas forward, substantially decreasing the amount of blowback. State-of-the-art KGM technology significantly lowers impulse noise levels, and a patent-pending baffle stack and proprietary coating on internal parts reduce a firearm’s flash signature to virtually zero. Patent-pending gas-flow pathing stabilizes rounds to ensure extreme accuracy with minimal point-of-impact shift.

Daniel SoundGuard Suppressors will feature the industry-standard 1.375-24UNS thread pitch, which allows for the use of multiple attachment options such as Keymo and ASR, and will debut with three direct-thread models: SG-556 (.223/5.56mm), SG-30 (.223 Rem – 300PRC), and SG-30Ti Titanium (.223 – 300PRC). Each model will include a direct-thread adapter and is backed by a 100% Satisfaction Guarantee.

To learn more about Daniel SoundGuard Suppressors, visit: DanielDefense.com/SoundGuard

 

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8 COMMENTS

  1. When it comes to Cans it’s No Can Do as long as purchasing a can has hoops to jump through. A 4473 is more than enough bs, any additional permission slips are silly to say the least.

  2. I’ve purchased two cans, a Rugged Obsidian 45.
    I call it two cans because it’s my first and last until suppressors become unregulated by the NFA of ’34.

    My Eform4 application was completely and correctly submitted (with all required images, fingerprints……via SS kiosk) in the last week of March 2022, the $200 tax stamp payment was processed within two weeks, (April certification).

    Been waiting for over 180 days now.
    I’ve been informed by three local FFLs (that handle NFA items) NO Eform4s dated later than Feb 2022 have been approved.

  3. Ear muffs and sound suppressor? – the lead picture-.
    Now which is it the suspenders hold the belt up or the belt doesn’t hold the pants up.
    But okay, I spend 47million on getting a suppressor and I still gotta buy ear muffs?

    • Suppressed subsonic (with a good can) is paintball gun quiet…..

      https://youtu.be/bTJKBhWHHu8
      There are cans quieter then that Osprey.

      The Rugged Obsidian 45 is the quietest 45 can
      on the market. With a 9mm end cap installed it’s almost the quietest 9mm can on the market.
      Also belt fed rated and lifetime warranted against everything (even running it over with a vehicle). Two business day turn around on warranty repairs too.

      I’ve shot a friends Osprey FNX Tac loaded w/ Hornady Critical Duty 45acp P (subsonic) at 10″ steel plates @ 15yards, wanted ear pro because the plates were ringing so loud (around 500 ft/lbs energy on plates).

  4. Well, seems the atf.gov website was updated on October 1st.
    Now the average wait time on an E-Form4 is shown at 180 days.

    When the website was updated back on July 14th the average wait time for an E-Form4 was 100 days.

    Wait a minute? In those 80 days between atf.gov wait updates (July 14th to October 1st) average E-Form4 wait times have increased by 80 days? 🤔

    So, according to the ATF/NFA divisions OWN data, E-Form4s have just been stacking up over the past three months.

    My wait is currently over 190 days.

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