Product Preview: Yankee Hill Machine Turbo K Suppressor

posted on September 17, 2019

New for 2019, the Turbo K is a more compact version of Yankee Hill Machine’s economical, .22-cal. Turbo center-fire rifle suppressor—measuring an inch shorter (5.5") and shaving two ounces (11.7 ozs.) off the weight of the original. Offered with either a quick-detach muzzle brake or flash hider mount (both of which are threaded 1/2x28 TPI and also include a 1/2x28 TPI direct-thread adapter), the Turbo K’s tubeless design is manufactured from 17-4 precipitation-hardened stainless steel, with a heat-treated, corrosion-resistant Inconel blast baffle and a matte-black Cerakote exterior finish. Rated for full-automatic use with .223 Rem., the Turbo K’s proprietary quick-detach system allows the silencer to be installed and uninstalled with only one hand, in seconds. For more on this suppressor, which retails for $465 please visit

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