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THE LEGENDARY SDN-6
The AAC 7.62-SDN-6 is a compact fast-attach sound and flash suppressor for 7.62x51mm and 300 AAC BLACKOUT (7.62x35mm) weapons. 1.25” shorter than the 762-SD, it features a 360-degree fully welded Inconel® baffle stack and front end cap to maximize durability on select fire 7.62mm SBRs. The 762-SDN-6 also functions as a superb multi-caliber suppressor for multiple hosts, providing excellent performance on 7.62 NATO, 300 AAC®, 6.8 SPC, 6.5, and 5.56mm NATO. When employed on a 300 AAC BLACKOUT, the overall SPL of 126 dB with subsonic ammo is quieter than the 9mm HK MP5-SD.
CAPITOL ARMORY'S OPINION
The SDN-6 was the suppressor everyone had to have for quite some time. The setup to cause jealousy was an AAC 9" MPW with the SDN-6 to quiet it down. This setup arguably popularized 300 Blackout and was one of the main factors that got many people into short barreled rifles. At that period in time, it was hard to convince people that there was a better suppressor. Years later, the SDN-6 still is a player on the field. It's Inconel construction is extremely durable and can withstand a tremendous amount of abuse. The 51T mounting system has complaints of wobble, and to a degree some are true. While it may feel slightly odd, years of use and thousands of suppressors shipped have proven it has no effect on shooting. If you're looking for an iconic suppressor with an outstanding track record, the SDN-6 is worth consideration.
- Performance in the mid 120 dBs for 300 blackout subsonic
- Rated for 5.56mm, .223, 6.5, 6.8, 300 Blackout, 7.62 / 308
- Uses 51t mounting system, one of the most common on the market
- Welded Inconel baffle stack for maximum durability
- Full-auto rated
- Great for use on SBRs
- 1 5/8x24 51T Flash Hider
Will it work on a Yugo Npap 7.62x39?It could be used on a PAP with the appropriate thread adapter.
So does this connect to threads or connect on the flash hider that comes with it? I saw that it can be used for multiple calibers so needed clarification.The silencer attaches to a muzzle device and the muzzle device attaches to the threads of the barrel. It can be used on other firearms but you'll need a muzzle device for each firearm you intend to suppress.
Can i use this on a ar9 with no issues?The 762-SDN-6 is rated for 5.56, 300, 6.8, 7.62 and 308. It is not rated for 9mm use.