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M4-1000™ Fast-Attach 5.
56mm Silencer -Sold Out-
M4-1000™ Fast-Attach 5.56mm Silencer -Sold Out-

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Description

The combat proven fast-attach mounting system of the new M4-1000 silencer provides reliable precision accuracy with minimal & repeatable zero-shift. Users have the ability to install or remove the silencer from the Blackout™ flash hider within seconds while being subjected to the harshest environments. Extraordinary sound & recoil reduction are two of the instant benefits of the M4-1000. Durability is maximized by CNC automated fusion welding of the components used in its construction- giving the M4-1000 longevity & making it an excellent value. The back-pressure lowering design of the silencer aids in shooter comfort, reduces weapon fouling, & minimizes cyclic rate increase. The outstanding reduction of the muzzle report nullifies the need for ear protection, preserves field communications, & masks the location of the user.

The affordable M4-1000 is lighter & more durable than competing designs, while maintaining all of the features that have made the M4-2000 so popular.

M4-1000™ Fast-Attach 5.56mm Silencer -Sold Out-
Manufacturer: Advanced Armament Corporation
  • Weight: 17.4 oz
  • Length: 7.25"
  • Length added: 5.70"
  • Diameter: 1.50"
  • Finish: Moly Resin™
  • Sound Reduction: 28-30dB
  • Mount: Spring Mount
  • Materials: Inconel 718 & 300 Series SS
PRICE: $650.00


 

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