Silence! Savage Arms Announces All-New AccuCan Suppressor Line

Looking for a can that reduces recoil and flash as well as noise, with super-easy installation and maintenance? Get Savage!

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posted on December 6, 2023
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Quiet can be savage, too, and that's what Savage Arms has proven with its all-new AccuCan line of suppressors. As Savage fans have come to expect, Savage's engineers focused on creating silencers that do more than compete with "the rest of the market." Instead, they took their time to create a line that's lightweight, field-serviceable and reduces not only sound, but other disturbances like flash and recoil.

Initially available in three multi-caliber options, there are some real standout qualities across the entire AccuCan line that represent the innovation that will make them a new, top choice. Today’s hunters and shooters are mobile, so suppressors can’t be a burden in the weight category. AccuCan offerings, from the AC338 down to the AC22, are some of the lightest suppressors available today. They’re also rugged and boast unmatched strength-to-weight ratios.

Naturally, nothing leaves the Savage factory without accuracy enhancement; it's the core of Savage's mission. AccuCans feature a MonoKore design that increases accuracy for seasoned and novice shooters alike. This is achieved by the fact that these suppressors reduce flash and recoil—as well as sound. 

What about installation and service? Each AccuCan is field-serviceable with an easy-to-disassemble/reassemble three-piece design. So whether shooters are at home on the bench or in the field on a hunt, adjustments can be done swiftly without the need for specialized tools or equipment.

What are the differences among the current lineup? The AC338 is designed for PRS shooting and beats out other suppressors in its category when it comes to weight-to-strength ratio. The AC30 is also a lightweight hunting and PRS suppressor, and is designed specifically for 7.62 x 51mm and 6.5 Creedmoor ammunition. Finally, the AC22 features the MonoKore design that allows the suppressor to be serviceable and the core upgradable and reparable without damaging or changing the serialized part.

“At Savage, we have continued to create new products that today’s shooters and hunters demand,” said Rob Gates, Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Savage. “We’ve introduced several products into all-new categories, and AccuCan Suppressors are no different. We’re really proud of the features, technology and true performance-enhancing qualities found in our initial suppressor offerings. We’re excited to have the Savage name in another new and rapidly growing category. We can’t wait for shooters and hunters to get these into the field to see the advanced design, quality, reliability and ruggedness that accompany all Savage Arms products.” MSRPs are $400-$1,000, depending upon model chosen. For more, visit SavageArms.com

 

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