WATCHTOWER Firearms Titanium Jedburgh Suppressor

Veteran-owned WATCHTOWER will debut its new top-of-the-line titanium Jedburgh Suppressor at the 2024 SHOT show, to be held January 23-26 at the Venetian Expo + Caesars Forum in Las Vegas, NV. You can find them in booth 71123.

The new Jedburgh suppressor is a mono-core, fully welded titanium suppressor designed as a high-performance, durable solution for reducing firearm noise and felt recoil. Constructed entirely from titanium, this suppressor has been engineered for superior durability and lightweight performance.

The “mono-core” design is a single, integrated baffle system within the suppressor, optimizing sound reduction while maintaining structural integrity. Its internal design channels gas around the baffles, significantly reducing back pressure and gas exposure toward the shooter. Being fully welded ensures a sturdy and robust build, reducing the risk of component failure or degradation during use. It boasts an exceptional strength-to-weight ratio, and the PVD corrosion-resistance coating ensures reliability even under even the most challenging environmental conditions. It has a suggested retail price of $699.

Overall, the Jedburgh mono-core fully welded titanium suppressor is engineered to deliver superior sound reduction, durability, and performance while addressing common issues associated with traditional suppressor designs.

This makes it a sought-after choice among firearm enthusiasts and professionals. We’re very excited to add it to our growing lineup of firearms and accessories.

Jason Colosky, WATCHTOWER CEO, a former Recon Marine who served throughout Southwest Asia and Southeast Africa

The use of suppressors for both outdoorsmen and recreational shooters has become increasingly popular as they have become more widely available and affordable, and more shooters begin to recognize they both reduce recoil and decrease muzzle flinch, which leads to improved accuracy. Suppressors reduce gunshot noise by an average of 15-45 dB — equivalent to the use of earplugs or earmuffs. A decibel measures the pressure level that a sound wave produces. Since decibels are measured on a logarithmic scale, a 6-10 dB decrease in sound equals halving perceived loudness.

Jedburgh Suppressor Specifications:

  • Material: Titanium
  • Baffle Design: Mono-core | reduced back pressure
  • Bore diameter: .30 caliber
  • Length: 8 inches
  • Weight: .8 lbs..
  • Caliber Rating: Up to .300 Norma Mag
  • Usage: Bolt action, semi-auto, and full auto rifles
  • Barrel restrictions: None
  • Finish: Black PVD coating
  • MSRP: $699.00

Source: Watchtower Firearms news release

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