The new DD WAVE sound suppressor’s advanced cascading baffle geometry more effectively attenuates sound than simpler baffle styles. The DD WAVE’s unique one-piece, 3D printed baffle/tube, a nickel based superalloy, eliminates the need for welds—typically the weakest points of a traditional suppressor—providing unmatched strength and durability. Our Acme Thread Quick-Clamping System won’t carbon lock, and securely clamps the suppressor to a 17-4 PH stainless steel muzzle device, making it easy to remove even after extended use.
Constructed of nickel based superalloy, stainless steel, and titanium—and then Cerakote coated—the DD WAVE 7.62 is fiercely strong yet lightweight, making it durable and reliable enough for a variety of calibers from 5.56 to .300 Win Mag.
The no-tools, Acme Thread Quick-Clamping System securely mounts to a 17-4PH stainless steel muzzle device. Heavy acme threads on the muzzle device serve to disrupt carbon build-up as the suppressor is detached, allowing for easy removal even after extended use.
Chosen for its ability to generate very unique designs, the laser sintering approach to 3D printing that is used primarily to create parts for space rockets was applied to the unique, one-piece baffle design of the DD WAVE. Aside from design, the DD WAVE is constructed from nickel based superalloy, an alloy used primarily in aerospace due to its ability to retain strength even at extreme temperatures.
Typically Reduces a 5.56 round by 30dB & 300BLK by 40dB, depending on barrel length and environmental conditions
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