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Guns & Ammo TV: SureFire Ti Suppressors

SureFire has been the suppressor of choice by the U.S. Special Operations Command for more than a decade. To better understand the next generation of their suppressors, Guns & Ammo invited SureFire to discuss the new SOCOM 300Ti and 260Ti. To keep weight down without compromising strength, the SOCOM 300Ti and 260Ti are made of titanium.

As SureFire's Andrew Wright describes, these cans operate best under 800 degrees Farenheit, so it’s no surprise that they are best suited for precision bolt-action work. Therefore, if you’re a Precision Rifle Series (PRS) competitor, extreme hunter or a dedicated long-range shooting enthusiast, the military-proven SOCOM 300Ti and 260Ti will serve you well. 

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