Dead Air Sandman-K
We gotta be honest, Dead Air’s new Sandman-K is one sexy can. Adding to their already potent/awesome trio of Sandman silencers, Dead Air has taken the 7.62mm rifle category to another level. By sharing all of the same features as its Sandman-S and Sandman-L brethren, this super-compact version is bound to turn heads.
Headquartered in Utah, the revolutionary minds of Mike Pappas, Todd Magee, and Gary Hughes crafted the Sandman-K to prove smaller is sometimes better. If length and weight are primo characteristics of your chosen silencer, this unit stands alone in the 7.62mm rifle class.
Dead Air Sandman-K Intel:
Speaking of size, the Sandman-K measures a mere 5.4″; short and only adds 2.9″; to your rig (with muzzle device mounted). Weighing in at 12.8 ounces, the maneuverability of this silencer is remarkable and definitely a feature not often seen or felt with rifle models. The Sandman-K holds a stainless steel body with Stellite™; baffles, providing unquestioned durability throughout its extended lifecycle. Dead Air employed the same convenient QD mounting system as its suppression brothers, which assures the shooter repeatable precision with minimal POI shift. Rated up to .300 Win Mag, the Sandman-K is able to hang with the big dogs in its category; which is truly kickass if you think about it.
Dead Air Sandman-K Specs:
- Multi-rated (up to .300 Win Mag)
- Length: 5.4″
- Weight: 12.8 ounces
- Sound: 140 dB
- Build materials: stainless steel (exterior); Stellite™ (baffles)
- Finish: matte black Cerakote™