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7.62mm Ace Utra and Reflex Suppressor for Saiga M3 / Saiga MK / AK-74 / AK-104 / AK-102

Finish-made Ace Utra and BR Reflex T8 suppressors with 14mm left-hand thread or M24x1.5 thread are the perfect fit for both older AK-47/ AKMs and modern Kalashnikov rifles as well as their civilian versions: Saiga rifles (both 7.62 & 5.56). The T8 is all-steel (Ace Utra - stianless steel) sound moderator with eight baffles. It extends the rifle by only 10cm (4") and reduce peak noise exposure towards the shooter from the usual unsuppressed level of about 160dB, down to below the UK maximum limit of 137dB. Pls note: no suppressor can eliminate the ballistic "crack" of a supersonic bullet, but the sound of the report from a T8 towards the shooter is usually no louder, than the unsuppressed snap of .22 rimfire rifle shooting Hi-velocity .22 LR cartridge
 
 
Thread, mm
14mm LH
M24x1.5
Calibre, mm
7.62
7.62
Overall dimentions, mm
150x50
150x50
Weight, kg
0.41
0.41
PRICE
£233-00
£238-00
IN STOCK > Reflex T8
IN STOCK >Ace Utra (stainless steel) / £265
 
7.62mm NIGHT mini-suppressor from Tactika Tula

"NIGHT" 7.62mm mini-suppressor is a 3-in-1 combo which comprises a DTK compensator as a separate unit + additional "sleeve" which comes on top turning the DTK into a mini-suppressor / flash hider. 14mm version also includes a Tactika Tula thread adaptor. (FAC holders only in UK / ATF 5330-3A from US buyers)

Price: £156-00 24x1.5 version
Price: £184-00 14mm LH version with adaptor
 
7.62mm PBS-1 Sound Suppresor (AK-47 / AKM / AKMS)

The authentic Soviet military PBS-1 suppressors (military surplus) with 14mm LH thread designed specifically for AK47 (AKM) assault rifles. Both PBS-1 and PBS-1 COMPACT are a perfect fit for Section 1 AKM and AKMS rifles or older AK-47s. Both types bear their individual military serial number and proof marks. Appoximately 30 pieces are currently in stock and available to purchase by Section 1 license holders as well as military training personel, government security services, museums etc (subject to licensing regs). Orders from abroad are welcome, but are strictly subject to Export Control - so NO timewasters please !). We could also de-activate some of these silencers for militaria collector's market on order. Please note this is an exclusive one-off stock of collectable and fully working silencers - so do NOT delay and buy yours NOW ! Once they've gone - we may never get any more.. Also available: SUBSONIC ammunition re-loaded for use with UK-legal Section 1 single shot (straight-pull) rifles. (Also note that straight-pull PBS-1 version has been slightly modified to allow the gas pressure to exit the barrel/silencer freely - 2 rubber discs with 8mm holes were added, while the original full-auto disc was removed). Semi / fully-auto version specially modified for firing blanks in FILM / TV is also available

< Click to view AK-103 with PBS-1 suppressor (supersonic ammo) © RusMilitary (04.03.12)
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Name
PBS-1
Thread, mm
14mm LH
Calibre, mm
upto 12mm
Overall dimentions, mm
200x40
Weight, kg
0.6
PRICE: military full-auto version
£449-00
IN STOCK >>
PRICE: single-shot version
£420-00
IN STOCK >>

PLS NOTE: ALL PRODUCTS ABOVE REQUIRE FIREARMS LICENSE !
Conditions of purchase in the UK (MAIL ORDER) Section 1 FAC. Please post photocopies of front page & Variations page (with S/Moderator on it), plus contact details of your nearest RFD. Purchase in person & viewings are strictly by appointment. Conditions of purchase in Europe: please send by post photocopies of your Dealers Firearms License, End User Certificate & EC3 in PDF (EC3 in Word) Form (we CAN NOT deliver silencers to private individuals)
 

THE LAW: In Great Britain, detachable suppressors or "sound moderators" which are intended for use as accessories for Section 1 or Section 5 (prohibited) weapons are subject to Section 1 licensing controls and cannot be purchased directly by mail order. We can only deliver them to your nearset registered firearms dealer, but before that, purchasers are required to obtain prior authorization on a Firearm Certificate in order to possess, purchase or acquire a 7.62 firearm suppressor. Before granting such authorization, the chief officer of police must be satisfied that the applicant has a good reason to possess, purchase or acquire a suppressor. For full-bore rifles, the most obvious "good reason" is that, where reasonably practicable, the use of a suppressor is required by law, namely Regulation 7 of the Noise at Work Regulations, 1989. Details of this and other relevant workplace safety regulations are available on the Health and Safety Executive website. Strictly, the above regulations only apply to employers, employees and self-employed persons at work, although this would include most full and part-time stalkers, gamekeepers or pest controllers. However, for obvious reasons, most chief officers of police will be keen not to impede responsible sporting shooters who wish to comply as far as practicable with HSE workplace safety standards. Other "good reasons" might include reduction of recoil (approx. 30%) and reduction of environmental noise pollution as indicated in the following letter to Chief Constables from Assistant Commissioner James Hart QPM BSc PhD FIMgt on behalf of the ACPO Administration of Firearms and Explosives Licensing Sub-Committee:

8 April 2001 Dear Chief Constable, At the March meeting of the Firearms and Explosives Licensing Sub-Committee there was an important discussion concerning the use of sound moderators with full-bore rifles. Kevin O'Callaghan, of the Forensic Science Service, spoke to the meeting concerning this matter and presented some recent evidence from Finland to guide our decision making. The research, which was commissioned by the Finnish Government, clearly indicates that sound moderators used with full bore rifles have a beneficial effect in reducing damage to the shooters hearing and bringing the noise levels to within safe EU limits. There is also a beneficial effect in reducing environmental noise. As a consequence of this evidence ACPO have revised their guidance to reflect the above findings. This, of course, does not alter the ACPO position that individual applications should be judged on their merits and the final licensing decision rests with the Chief Officer. While the discussion centred particularly around the taking of live quarry, it is also the view of the Sub-Committee that the same argument may be extended to target shooting disciplines and sound moderators would have the same health and safety benefit within this context. I have informed the Home Office of the ACPO view and requested that this view is reflected in any guidance that the Home Office produce. Yours sincerely, James Hart

We understand that the above ACPO view will indeed be incorporated into the forthcoming revised Home Office guidance to the police. In the meantime, in the unlikely event of any difficulty obtaining authorization to purchase a suppressor, we suggest that applicants should contact the BASC or other shooting association for advice and assistance. http://www.basc.org.uk/ http://www.hse.gov.uk/pubns/noisindx.htm

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