Shhhh! Silence is golden… or in this case “dark grey”!
Who doesn’t love to rock a suppressor/silencer on his blaster? Of course, only for good looking when it comes down to airsoft usage but it gives the overall look a more real steel taste and in some cases, it really changes the sound of an airsoft gun… a little bit.
Today, we have an airsoft replica up for a quick review which is from high interest for those of you rocking the SIG AIR BB Blasters such as the MCX and models to come from SIG AIR in the nearby future to get the perfect match! The Airsoft Artisan 762ti Mock Suppressor.
The 762ti Mock Suppressor by Airsoft Artisan is a replica of the proven SRD762Ti-QD from SIG SAUER, offering you the same QD mounting features as the real deal.
Furthermore, this airsoft replica also comes with an SIG style Taper-Lok or 3-prong flash hider (you choose it) which is very nice in my opinion because; could it be more SIGisch as that!
Made from 6 series aluminum and steel parts, the 762ti is suitable for 14mm counter-clockwise threaded barrels and provides a fine anodized dark grey color finish. Everything on this product feels and looks quite well made right out of the box and you just want to screw it on ASAP.
If you ask yourself why I show a suppressor that’s named in the cal. 7.62mm on a 5.56mm rifle (which is actually a multi caliber one), the 762Ti “real steel” is able to take on any caliber starting from 5.56, to 6.5 Creedmoor over 300BLK all the way to 7.62mm.
If you don’t trust my words, read what SIG officially has to say about it:
ABOUT THE REAL STEEL
The SRD762Ti-QD is a Grade 5 titanium suppressor using fast-attach muzzle devices to attach the suppressor to the rifle. This 7.62mm suppressor comes with a muzzle brake threaded in 5/8″-24tpi to match the vast majority of modern rifles in .308/7.62/300BLK on the market today.
The rear mount has wrench flats to torque the suppressor to the muzzle device. There is a secondary retention latch that is depressed to remove the suppressor from the mount. The SRD762Ti-QD is rated up to 300 Win Mag and any other rifle cartridges that are of equal or less projectile diameter, pressure and case capacity.
Examples of this would be: .204 Ruger, .223/5.56x45mm, 5.45x39mm, 7.62x39mm, 300BLK, 6.5 Grendel, 6.5 Creedmoor, 6.8 Spc, .260 Remington and other cartridges.
CAN YOU TAKE IT APART?
Yes, you can because of reasons. The front cap can be screwed off to provide you access to its internals for maintenance or to exchange the “inner barrel” from short to long. Why is there such an option you might ask? I mean an “inner barrel” in a suppressor! Does that make sense? Yes, and the answer to this is quite simple!
This airsoft suppressor replica is already designed to take a tracer unit such as those from ACETECH inside. You just need to interchange the barrel for a perfect fit. That’s it!
Now, you’re ready to brighten up the dark with your BB lightsaber.
Is there more to say?
I think, that’s basically it. The Airsoft Artisan 762ti Mock Suppressor is in my opinion a must have add-on for any SIG SAUER addict in the world of airsoft.
Artisan took the craftmanship of this suppressor to a great level of detail what makes it a good-looking piece of gear that helps you complete a modern SIGisch look not everybody has (at least at this moment). As we just got ours in and this is a “out of the box” kinda review, the upcoming 2022 season will tell how the performance over a decent decade of hard usage in the field will be.
We’ll keep you posted here if anything negativ or positive will effect us.
We got ours provided from the good guys over at the DEVTSIX Store, your source for almost all things from Airsoft Artisan here in Europe. Check their shop if you’re interested. Product prizes and shipping are well balanced. You will be pleased!
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Any where in the States that I can buy this from?
Whelp, took a quick google search to find it. Sorry about that!
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