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Primary Weapons Systems Releases 3D Printed BDE Suppressors

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When it comes to shooting suppressed, weight can be a big factor—you don’t want your muzzle weighed down. For this reason, Primary Weapons Systems utilizes 3D-printed aerospace-grade titanium in the construction of its BDE line of suppressors. As a result, the company offers four different caliber options that won’t weigh your firearm down.

Primary Weapons Systems BDE Suppressors

Constructed of 3D-printed aerospace-grade titanium, the BDE line provides options between 4.2 ounces and 17.4 ounces, depending on the model. According to the company, 3D-printed titanium is lighter and stronger than traditionally machined titanium. So, you can expect your can to provide long-lasting, lightweight performance.

The lineup features four different caliber options with the BDE 762, BDE 556, BDE 9mm, and BDE 22. Between the four suppressor, you can find the right caliber for you, from .22 up to .300 WM.

The BDE 762

(Photo by Primary Weapons Systems)

The BDE 762 offers compatibility up to .300 WM and has a diameter of 1.75 inches. However, the company recommends using a firearm with a minimum barrel length of 10.5-inches when shooting .223/5.56 or select fire. The universal 1.375×24 TPI pattern offers compatibility with most suppressor mounts.

A PVD coating on the outside provides a durable, long-lasting finish. Additionally, the modular design features removable baffles to modify length (between 6.5-8.2 inches) and noise reduction ratings. Similarly, the taper-threaded baffles prevent carbon locking and loosening between baffles. Likewise, symmetrical internal baffle notches increase accuracy, while exterior textures dissipate heat mirage.

MSRP: $1,099.95

The BDE 556

Primary Weapons Systems BDE Suppressors.
(Photo by Primary Weapons Systems)

The BDE 556 is compatible with calibers up to 5.56 and also features a diameter of 1.75 inches. Like the 762, the 556 features a modular design, allowing you to adjust the length (between 5.4-6.5 inches) and noise reduction ratings. In addition, the universal 1.375×24 TPI pattern offers compatibility with most suppressor mounts.

A PVD coating on the outside provides a durable finish for extended life. Also, like the 762, the 556 features taper-threaded baffles to prevent carbon locking and loosening between baffles. Likewise, symmetrical internal baffle notches help with accuracy while exterior textures aid in accuracy by dissipating the heat mirage.

MSRP: $974.95

The BDE 9mm

Primary Weapons Systems BDE Suppressors.
(Photo by Primary Weapons Systems)

The BDE 9mm features a 1.45-inch diameter and is compatible with calibers up to .300 BLK Sub-Sonic. The modular design allows adjustability from 5.1-6.26 inches and offers an adjustment in noise reduction ratings. Correspondingly, taper-threaded baffles help to prevent carbon locking and loosening between baffles.

PVD coating with Type 2 anodizing provides a long-lasting finish, extending the life of your can. The universal 1.125-28 TPI pattern offers compatibility with most suppressor mounts. Additionally, symmetrical internal baffle notches increase accuracy, and exterior textures dissipate heat mirage for a clear sight picture.

MSRP: $699.95

The BDE 22

Primary Weapons Systems BDE Suppressors.
(Photo by Primary Weapons Systems)

Weighing only 4.2 ounces, the 1-inch diameter BDE 22 is the lightest 5.7×28-.22 suppressor on the market, according to the company. Measuring 5.6 inches long, the BDE 22 also features a 3D-printed removable monocore. DLC coating on the inside and outside offers extended durability and an easy-to-clean finish.

The BDE 22 fits standard 1/2×28 muzzle threads for easy installation. In addition, taper-threaded baffles prevent carbon locking and loosening between baffles.

MSRP: $449.95

Availability

Primary Weapons Systems BDE suppressors are available now with MSRPs of $449.95 – $1,099.95, depending on model. For more info, please visit PrimaryWeapons.com.

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