Not your typical integrally suppressed AR-9 and 10/22 barrels
Turn Supersonic Ammo Subsonic, Really
Traditional suppressors require expensive, heavy grain subsonic ammo to sound good. Otherwise you’ll hear a supersonic CRACK every time your fire the gun.
The Vanquish barrel features a vented port system which reduces the velocity of the round just enough to remain at subsonic levels. This means you can shoot cheap 115 grain 9mm and have it sound just as good as the heavy grain stuff. And if you’re already shooting subsonic ammo you can easily close up to 8 ports to preserve velocity.
No Baffles = No Baffle Strikes
If you shoot suppressed long enough, you’ll likely encounter a baffle strike. This can be caused by misalignment between the suppressor and the bore, faulty ammunition or a suppressor simply coming loose during normal operation.
To put your mind at ease, the patented Vanquish barrel contains no baffles. Which means there’s ZERO chance of a baffle strike ruining your day at the range and damaging your prized possession.
Cleaning a suppressor can be a major pain, especially a 22LR. Lead deposits collect on baffles and require rigorous scrubbing and an ultrasonic cleaner to come clean.
Because the Vanquish has no internal baffles, maintenance is virtually non-existent. There’s nothing for the lead to cling too. Simply run a cleaning patch down the barrel and you’re done.
- AR-9 16.1″ (Rifle length barrel)
- AR-9 10.5″ (Carbine length barrel)
- CMMG Banshee
- CZ Scorpion
- Ruger PC Carbine Standard
- Ruger PC Carbine Takedown
.22 Long Rifle
- Ruger 10/22 Standard
- Ruger 10/22 Takedown
- Ruger Precision Rimfire