Advanced Armament Corp products have in the past benefited from some of the brightest minds in the gun industry, including Kevin Brittingham and Rob Silvers, whose work greatly advanced the state of the AR world in general and the suppressor / muzzle device areas specifically. AAC products can be broken up into three categories: silencers, muzzle accessories, and "other." We have these silencers for sale and ready to ship.
Silencers are the bread and butter of AAC and have been since its inception. Their newest can is the HALCYON, a 22LR silencer built without limits. It's made from titanium, 17-4PH stainless steel and 7075-T6 aluminum and is full auto rated for 22LR and can even handle the slightly more powerful 5.7x28 cartridge. As is the current style of suppressors, it's modular and can be used in either a short or long configuration as sound reduction needs and size requirements dictate.
There's also the new SR-5 suppressor for 5.56mm rifles. It's a fast-attach can that can be installed or removed in three seconds, and the 90-tooth ratchet mount helps reduce some of the issues that plague other cans, like point of impact shift, which can be quite significant. Inconel baffles allow use on barrels as short as 10.5 inches. Similarly, the 556-SD is available for those who have 51T muzzle devices on their weapons and offers the same rapid attach and rapid detach capabilities. It's based on their classic M4-2000 can. Both the SR-5 and 556-SD silencers are full auto rated.
On the pistol side of things, the Ti-Rant 45M has been upgraded to be modular, offering short and long versions for increased or decreased sound reduction and size as needed. The short, or compact, version weighs in at only 11.3 ounces, but go long and the added section only adds 2.7 ounces due to its aluminum construction – being at the muzzle end, it doesn't need to be titanium like the rest of the can. When wet, the full size Ti-RANT 45M offers an impressive 41 decibels of sound reduction. Plus, it can be used with 300 Blackout when an adaptor is acquired – subsonic only, of course, due to its lighter pistol type construction.
Of course, cans aren't all AAC does. Their rifle parts and accessories, including AR15 accessories, are varied and include key components such as a bolt carrier group and barrels for 300 BLK meant specifically for excellent function in a suppressed role (but still capable of supersonic fire). What they're most known for behind silencers, though, is muzzle devices, especially those with 51T and 90T can mounting configurations. The AAC Blackout is still one of the very best devices on the market for flash reduction, and that's saying something, for there's a lot of great flash hiders out there. The AAC muzzle brakes will act as a sacrificial blast baffle to protect silencers from excessive wear and offer outstanding recoil control when not in a suppressed role. In the middle of the AAC design spectrum is the BRAKEOUT comp, balancing flash reduction and recoil reduction for those seeking a "jack of all trades, master of none" device. One of the more unique devices is the BlastOut blast deflector, meant to force sound forward instead of to the sides like many other devices. If you're next to other shooters at the range or when clearing a house, they'll thank you heartily for selecting this device over an open port muzzle brake.
As the company expands under the Remington umbrella, they've created products like the SquareDrop handguard rails, also compatible with KeyMod accessories, which can be quickly and easily installed and removed as desired or needed for cleaning. Plus, if you want a complete AAC solution from chamber to suppressor end when shooting suppressed with a pistol, look no further than the excellent Glock 1/2x28 threaded barrels from AAC.