[SHOT Show 2023] AAC Showcase Their Ranger Suppressors

At this year’s SHOT Show Advanced Armament Corporation showcased their two new robust suppressors, the Ranger 5 and the Ranger 7. The Ranger 5 is designed for .223/5.56x45mm rifles while the Ranger 7 is designed for rifles chambered in 7.62x51mm and .300 Win Mag. Both are full auto rated and have removable front end caps.

Ranger 5 (Matt Moss/TFB)

They are made from 718 Inconel and 17-4 H900 steel. The Ranger 7 has a sound reduction of 24dB when mounted on a 300 Win Mag chambered 26 inch barrel bolt action and a 30dB reduction on a Remington 700 with a 20 inch barrel using M80 ammunition.

Ranger disassembled (Matt Moss/TFB)

The suppressors have a front end cap which can be removed for maintenance and servicing and each can ships with a 1.375-24 mount. AAC say that their focus for the Ranger series is versatility and reliable performance. MSRP for both the 5.56x45mm Ranger 5 and the 7.62x51mm Ranger 7 come in at $899.99. More stats below:

Ranger 5 (Matt Moss/TFB)

Ranger 5

CALIBERS – 5.56mm

WEIGHT – 15.2oz

LENGTH – 5.825″  (With Direct Thread Mount)


MATERIALS – 718 Inconel and 17-4 H900 Stainless Steel

FINISH – High Temp Cerakote

ATTACHMENT – 1.375-24 Universal Mount*


S.P.L. – 132dB

Ranger 7 (Matt Moss/TFB)

Ranger 7

CALIBERS – 300 Win Mag & 308 Win

WEIGHT – 17.2 oz

LENGTH – 6.75″ With Direct Thread Mount


MATERIALS – 718 Inconel and 17-4 H900 Stainless Steel

FINISH – High Temp Cerakote

ATTACHMENT – 1.375-24 Universal Mount*


S.P.L. – 138dB (.308 version)

Find out more over on AAC’s website – advanced-armament.com

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