Raptor Technology


Built to serve as a solution to the multi-gun and multi-caliber dilemma that suppressor owners face, the Raptor comes in a variety of lengths & calibers to suit your individual needs. Each Raptor suppressor connects via the provided Reflex mounting system or flush mount. You may also opt to utilize the Raptor Adapter to convert the base threads of the suppressor to the "industry standard" 1.375x24 thread pitch for use in conjunction with a wide array of QD mounts on the market.


The Raptor uses spiral shaped baffles to keep the gasses moving while reducing back pressure. Utilizing the Reflex mounting systems greatly increases the suppressor volume without increasing the overall length of the firearm. The Raptor comes in 5.56mm, 7.62mm, .338cal and .375cal, as well as lengths from 2 spirals to 10 spirals, with Reflex mounting options from 1” to 5”.

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AB Spiral Tech vs Dead End Baffles

Plain and simple, our spirals are designed to be more efficient. Using spirals verses conical baffles gives the gases something to do rather than slamming into an angular wall or hard corner. By peeling gases off of the bore and sending them into a spin, we can greatly reduce the energy of those gases quickly and efficiently. As the gases lose energy, the spiral can be fed with more gases. This spinning effect burns off energy rather than trying to stop it. AB Spiral Technology significantly reduces the back pressure created with each shot. The reduced pressure also creates a much lower tone, making for a more pleasant resonance at the shooter's ear.


Modular Mounts & End Caps

Interchangeable mounting systems and end caps allow the Raptor series to be used on a wide array of different host firearms. Using the correct aperture end cap for each caliber increases performance and is critical to maximum suppression, though not required for use when shooting sub-calibers through a larger bored Raptor.




With the utilization of Titanium, we achieve a longer life for the suppressor and also keep the weight at a minimum to allow for better accuracy and a better overall shooting experience. The Raptor's spirals, end cap, blast chamber & mounts are all constructed from 100% Titanium.


Welded Construction

The circumference welded construction allows for a maximization of internal volume for optimal sound performance, adds durability to the overall build, and makes for a tubeless design which decreases total system weight.

High-Temperature Cerakote
C-138 Jet Black high-temp, air-cured Cerakote is the industry-leading thin film coating for duty grade suppressors. We choose this because it withstands full-auto temperatures without failing, has low IR signature, and provides great abrasion resistance. This coating will not boil, bubble, or become discolored under hard use like its baked-on counterpart; H-series Cerakote.

What comes in the box?

Each Raptor suppressor is sold with a Reflex mount, flush mount, end cap and six pin tool.




Barrel Length Restrictions:

5.56NATO/.223REM - 10.5”          7.62x39mm - 10.5”          300AAC Blackout - 8"           7.62NATO/.308WIN - 16”

7.62mm Magnum Rifles - 22”                             .338cal Magnum Rifles - 26"



Choosing the length or stack of Raptor that will best suit your needs is entirely up to you. All Raptor spirals (baffles) and Raptor components are made in-house from 100% titanium, and its fully welded design allows for a tubeless system which is inherently very lightweight. The shorter the stack the lighter they get, at the consequence of reduced sound performance. A hunter that has a lot of hiking to do may opt for a shorter, lighter Raptor, as would someone building a home defense rifle or a LE department looking to keep the OAL of their duty weapon short. On the other hand, someone shooting recreationally or long range who isn’t counting ounces & inches might lean towards a Raptor with more spirals to achieve better suppression.





A Reflex mount allows the suppressor to take advantage of the area around the barrel (otherwise unused) to significantly increase the blast chamber volume, without adding additional length to the weapon system. For example, a 3 inch standard Reflex mount increases the blast chamber's total volume to 7.26 cubic inches, which is equal to 243% of a flush mount's respective volume.

The blast chamber plays a key role in the design of a suppressor, having a direct effect on a multitude of performance variables like accuracy, back-pressure, dB reduction and tone. The blast chamber is defined by the area behind the blast baffle/spiral where the combustive gasses first enter when exiting the muzzle. With an industry-standard flush mount this area is 2.99 cubic inches.



Having more volume greatly reduces the peak pressure in the blast chamber resulting in:

  • Reduced sound signature

  • Deeper tone/superior harmonics

  • Reduced flash signature

  • Reduced blow-back out of the ejection port

  • Reduced bolt unlock speed/cyclic rate of machine guns

  • Reduced wear & tear on the operating system and key components of the host firearm

  • Floating weight over the barrel decreases barrel whip, for more repeatedly precise and accurate shots

  • Acts as a sacrificial baffle, increasing longevity of the spirals by taking the brunt of the blast

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