Product Preview: Freedom Armory Machine Works Grenadier 45

by
posted on November 12, 2015
grenadier.jpg

The Freedom Armory Machine Works Grenadier 45 is the company’s second suppressor design to utilize its Gas Indexing Technology, which allows the user to custom optimize the unit’s sound-reduction capabilities for each gun with which it is used. Different guns can generate different muzzle gas pressures using the same ammunition, and the GIT system allows the Grenadier 45’s baffle ports to be rotated so that they are aligned in a straight line for performance in high-pressure applications and then quickly rearranged into a spiral configuration that favors low-pressure use. The Grenadier 45 is a .45-cal. suppressor that provides up to 32 dBs of noise reduction, can handle up to the potent .458 SOCOM cartridge and is rated for full-automatic fire with .45 ACP and 9 mm Luger ammunition. Unlike many other designs, the Grenadier 45 allows for complete disassembly of all components, including the piston housing, without the need for special tools. All parts are titanium, with the exception of the stainless steel piston and piston spring. Price: $950.

Contact Freedom Armory Machine Works; (717) 227-9060; 
famachineworks.com

Latest

Review Heritage Roscoe
Review Heritage Roscoe

Review: Heritage Mfg. Roscoe

Heritage Mfg. is known for its line of Old West-style firearms, but with its new Roscoe revolver, based on Taurus' Model 85, the brand steps into the world of old-school detective work.

New For 2024: Hi-Point Firearms YC380

Hi-Point Firearms is expanding its next-generation "YEET Cannon" line of firearms with YC380 chambered for .380 ACP.

Preview: Winchester Gun Cabinet 18

Steel cabinets like the Winchester Safes GC18 bridge the gap between old wooden gun cabinets that take only seconds for a motivated thief to break into and huge safes that require heavy equipment to move, while also being relatively economical.

The Armed Citizen® July 19, 2024

Read today's "The Armed Citizen" entry for real stories of law-abiding citizens, past and present, who used their firearms to save lives.

Gun Of The Week: Military Armament Corp. MAC 2 Tactical Wood

Watch American Rifleman editors on the range to learn about the MAC 2 Tactical Wood, a semi-automatic shotgun from Military Armament Corporation.

The Flintlock Pocket Pistol: Georgian England's Micro-Compact

The concept of concealed carry is not a modern phenomenon, as evidenced by these flintlock "turn-off" pocket pistols, which were hugely popular at the end of the 18th century.

Interests



Get the best of American Rifleman delivered to your inbox.