5.56 x 45 AR (.224)

SKU: S5.56x45
5.56 x 45 AR (.224)

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Material: Tube / Baffle:
Price: $0.00

SEG is moving to a bigger and better location!

Please be patient during this process, production, quality and customer service will get improvements as well as a revised baffle that will be worth the wait.

We will publish notifications as soon as the process is complete.

Material Comparison

  Aluminum Stainless Titanium
Cost Best Better Good
Weight Best Good Better
Wear Durability Good Best Better
Heat Durabiilty Good Best Better


Aluminum is not full auto or bump fire rated. 

Titanium can handle full auto or bump fire for a limited time/one magazine before cooling. 

Stainless is full auto or bump fire rated but also for a limited time/two or three magazines before cooling.

These are conservative numbers and can vary based on load, barrel length, suppressor size and speed of magazine swaps. 

As time progresses we will publish the limits we find. See FAQs for more information.

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Product Q & A (1)

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Q: good morning, I have the new iwi x95 tavor looking for a suppressor 5.56. not really sure about the thread.
1 year ago
Posted by james
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1 year ago
Posted by Staff
I would recommend the Competition Hancock in stainless, it is a great suppressor and is shorter than our full size Hancock, it also has improved baffle design for less blowback and improved accuracy. The baffle is directly threaded to the barrel so the threads are important. I would contact IWI to get the exact thread size for your model. From what I’ve read though they are the standard ½-28.
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