Designed for bolt action, semi-auto and full-auto firearms
The SilencerCo SAKER ASR 762 brings ease of use, modularity and durability. The SAKER ASR was designed for bolt action, semi-auto and full-auto firearms. In addition, to its performance, the SAKER ASR’s design allows for maximum user adaptability and convenience. The SAKER ASR includes an ASR fast attach mount and is compatible with other SAKER MAAD mounts including: SilencerCo TRIFECTA, AAC 51t, YHM Y-Mount and direct thread mount options.
When the SAKER was originally released, it brought extreme durability, replaceable endcaps, and modular mounting systems into the market. It was arguably the suppressor that changed how many people look at centrefire rifle cans. Since its release other suppressors have been developed to have modular components and improve dB reduction, but the SAKER has still been a king of durability. The new SAKER ASR retains the same original SAKER durability for extremely short barrel lengths and full auto abuse, but has improved dB reduction. Aside from the ASR mount being included and cosmetic changes, the SAKER ASR is a quieter can at a much more accessible price point.
The SAKER series, just like the older SAKER series has three different models. These include: SAKER ASR 762, SAKER ASR 556 and SAKER ASR 556K.
The SilencerCo SAKER ASR 556K is the shortest of the SAKERs and sets the industry standard for ease of use, modularity and durability. The SAKER ASR was designed for bolt action, semi-auto and full-auto firearms. In addition, to its performance, the SAKER ASR’s design allows for maximum user adaptability and convenience.
Here are some of the changes on the new SAKER:
The new SAKER uses the popular ASR quick detach mounting system which is found on the Omega and SpecWar series. This is a much better mounting system than the original Trifecta mount that was on the older SAKER.
The cosmetics are slightly different on the new SAKER. The design is similar to the old, but has a lot more texture on the body compared to the old, and is longer in the 762 version.