When Gemtech introduces a new suppressor to their already extensive line, enthusiasts definitely take notice. For all you hunter fanatics out there, this revelation will grab your attention and keep it until the new Gemtech Tracker silencer is threaded onto your rifle’s barrel. Don’t let the marketing push fool you, though; long-range precision guys, paper slayers, varminters, and plinkers will also feel right at home with a Gemtech Tracker on the end of their rig.
The boys of Boise are up to their cutting-edge ways once again. With their suppressor business-savvy reaching back to 1976, Gemtech routinely designs and produces some of the industry’s top units. Catered to outdoorsmen who enjoy the thrill of the hunt, the Tracker merely adds prominence to this manufacturer’s earned reputation.
Crafted specifically with the hunter in mind, the Tracker offers a lightweight (just over 11 ounces) and maneuverable (under 8”) option to those of us who feel right at home in the vast wilderness. By selecting titanium and aluminum to sculpt this can, Gemtech spares the shooter unnecessary weight and bulk, which provides for easier transport while stalking prey or beginning the long walk to/from the blind. In addition, its lightness also equates to less point-of-impact shift (especially on thinner profiled hunting barrels).
Rated for .300WM and below, the Tracker offers outdoorsmen versatility when aiming for their dinner. And the sturdiness of its hard-coat anodized finish brings added durability to the silencer. With sound suppression attaining an impressive 27 dB, the tailor-made for hunting Tracker provides increased hearing protection, improved accuracy, and unmatched maneuverability. So, the question isn’t why get one… It’s why NOT get one?
*NOW AVAILABLE IN REALTREE CAMO!
**Fun fact: If you know what the Morse code on the Tracker’s outer tube indicates, bravo!
Sound reduction: 27 dB
Weight: 11.3 ounces
Build materials: titanium; aluminum
Finish: hard-coat black anodize
A must-have for avid hunters
What’s In the Box?
Target for shooting practice