NEMO releases suppressors

After the launch of the Syn-Cor, integrally suppressed 5.56, designed for the USSOCOM S.U.R.G. program, NEMO Arms officially released seven new suppressors January 22, 2018 just in time for SHOT Show 2018 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Included in NEMO’s new suppressor line is the NOMAD-Multi-Cal. This is set up with everything you need to suppress shots from .22 caliber all the way to a .300 win mag.

The Reaper-QD for .338 Lapua comes with either a direct thread mount of a quick disconnect mount set up.

The Reaper-DT for .300 win mag, Predator-DT for 6.5 creedmoor and Scout-DT for 7.62mm NATO comes with a built-in patented retention system to keep the suppressor from backing off during operation.

The heavy-duty Elite-DA-QD for 5.56 mm NATO is rated for full-auto fire and mounts with a Bi-Lock quick disconnect flash hider.

The Operator-HD-QD and Operator-Comp-DT for 5.56 NATO comes with a removable core for cleaning and servicing as needed.

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