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Designed as part of the weapon system, rather than an accessory, the BREVIS II is the next-generation of weapon suppressors that are lighter, smaller and more reliable with better performance than previous designs. This line of suppressors replicates or exceeds the visual signature reduction performance of the flash hider it replaces.

The BREVIS is entirely one piece, with no welded or threaded failure points, providing superior performance, reliability, size and weight reduction. Weighing as little as 7.5 ounces

Available in both inconel and titanium, the BREVIS II is available in a variety of calibers including 5.56mm/.223, 7.62mm/.30, 8.6mm/.338 and 6.5mm and works with barrels as short as 7”.

Rifle Suppressor Family: Available in a variety of calibers, in both Inconel and titanium.

MODEL

CALIBER (mm)

WT. (oz.)

OAL (in.)

DIA (in.)

MATERIAL

NOTES

BREVIS® II 5.56

5.56

11.5

3.70

2.00

INCONEL

Rated for F/A use – 7.5” bbl

BREVIS® II 5.56 Ultra

5.56

7.5

3.70

2.00

TITANIUM

BREVIS® II 7.62

7.62

16.0

5.50

2.00

INCONEL

Rated for F/A use – 12.5” bbl

BREVIS® II 7.62 Ultra

7.62

11.3

5.50

2.00

TITANIUM

BREVIS® II 8.6 Ultra

8.6

11.5

5.50

2.00

TITANIUM

16” bbl recommended

BREVIS® II 6.5 Ultra

6.5

7.0

5.50

1.40

TITANIUM

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Reliability and Durability:

The Brevis II is entirely one piece: eliminates failure points and results in superior size, weight and overall performance. The internal structure provides full durability when used on short barrel applications (e.g. 7”, 5.56 barrels).

Gas Operated Weapon Systems:

Suppressors should be mounted as an armorer operation, similar to the installation of a flash hider.

Routine Maintenance:

Performed in the same manner as with the current flash hider.

Parts Replacement:

The Brevis II is a true drop-in, with no change to the manual of arms for the weapon.

Length and Weight:

Brevis II Inconel versions are similar in weight to comparable titanium suppressors.

Overall length close to 50% of similarly performing suppressors.

Visual and Sound Signature:

The Brevis II excels at both.

Water immersion:

Water is quickly drained by the operator without removal from the weapon.

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