Sig Sauer never ceases to amaze us, and their SRD556 rifle suppressor is no exception. (Actually, the entire family of Sig Sauer SRD556 cans is impressive.) Comprised of Inconel—a nickel alloy stainless steel—this direct-thread silencer provides supreme durability to shooters (especially with short-barreled hosts utilizing supersonic ammo). If reliability and ruggedness are important traits of your 5.56mm suppressors, the SRD556 is waiting to be a part of your collection.
The New Hampshire-based Sig Sauer brand is relatively new to the silencer manufacturing arena, but they possess a wealth of revolutionary ideas and have already engraved a renowned reputation industry-wide. With Kevin Brittingham (founder of Advanced Armament Corporation) at the helm, look for continued success from the Sig Sauer team for a long time to come.
Conveniently crafted for 1/2×28 threads to match the vast majority of modern .223/5.56mm rifles on the market, the Sig Sauer designers placed an emphasis on versatility when creating this suppressor. To that end, its compact size (6.4” short; 11.5 ounces light) merely reiterates the SRD556’s maneuverability. Add to the scenario its full-auto rating, and you have one helluva can. And at that price point, its value is undeniable!
Sound: 133 dB
Weight: 11.5 ounces
Build materials: stainless steel; Inconel
Talk about affordability!
What’s In the Box?
Utility pouch with closure and Sig Sauer logo