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AAC Ti-RANT 45

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Product Description

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The CC Ti-RANT 45 is the world’s first silencer for .45 ACP pistols that is truly stealthy when fired dry. The average dry sound signature of the Ti-RANT .45 is 133 dB when fired on a Heckler and Koch USP Tactical .45 with Remington 230 grain ammunition. This puts the dry performance of the Ti-RANT .45 squarely in the ballpark of most competitor’s 9mm pistol silencers. With a wet charge of 5cc’s of water, the sound signature drops to 125 dB. To put it another way, our .45 silencer is quieter than some company’s .22 silencers. The Ti-RANT .45 does not stand out among a sea of posers just because of its jaw-dropping performance. Intelligent material selection gives the Ti-RANT .45 unequalled durability in a deceptively light-weight package. The Ti-RANT .45 incorporates AAC’s new A.S.A.P. CLUTCH. This highly evolved Nielsen device enables flawless semi-automatic operation on all relevant host pistols, and can be fully disassembled for cleaning or piston replacement with no tools in seconds. The Ti-RANT .45 can be outfitted with pistons threaded M16 x 1 Right Hand, M16 x 1 Left Hand, and two pistons threaded .578-28; one extended for the Sig P-220 and 1911′s with a full length guide rod, and a flush mount for 1911′s with a standard G.I. guide rod. For multi-caliber use, pistons are available in the most common 9mm and .40 thread patterns to allow use of the Ti-RANT 45 on hosts in those calibers.

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Additional Information

Mount Style

Direct Thread

Caliber

.45 ACP

Color

Black

Weight

11.5 oz

Diameter

1.38″

Length

8.74″

Build Material

7075 T6 Aluminum, 17-4 Stainless Steel, Titanium

Finish

T3 HC Anodize

Sound Reduction

30-41 dB (From Manufacturer)

Manufacturer

AAC

AAC Ti-Rant 45 and Ti-Rant 45s Overview

AAC Ti-RANT 45 Performance Test

3 reviews for AAC Ti-RANT 45

  1. jdbcool101@verizon.net
    5 out of 5

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    I got this and have to say that mounted on my HK 45 Tactical its very quiet. The only thing that takes a little getting used to is how you have to put the baffle stack together other than that its great. I’m glad that its user serviceable which is very important and comes with the take down tool. Also thanks to Silencer Shop the best way to buy suppressors I’ve bought all four of mine from them and will buy the next one from them as well.

  2. Eporte@gmail.com
    5 out of 5

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    This was my 2nd 45 caliber suppressor. It is very close volume wise to the Osprey, I can’t tell which is the quietest. With the optional pistons I ordered from Silencer Shop (45L, 9, 9L) this suppressor is fantastically versatile. I have been using Froglube on the internals for the past year and have seen very little build up of any kind. The fact this can is user serviceable puts it ahead of my Osprey. I have very little if any POI shift with the Ti-Rant 45.

  3. Matthew Holmes
    4 out of 5

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    Pros:
    - Very solid. Its titanium outer tube means you don’t have to worry about dents and dings if dropped or bumped around.
    - Very quiet. It’s *almost* as quiet as my .45 Osprey. I have shot both of these side by side. The Ti-Rant seemed to have less first round pop, but overall the Osprey seemed to be just a little quieter, both dry and wet. Not enough to be the decisive factor though. The Ti-Rant also seemed to have a little higher tone, which to me is not as pleasing.
    - Classic good looks. I prefer the look of a classic round suppressor over the Osprey.

    Cons:
    - Stacked baffles. I prefer monolithic cores because they are easier to clean and you don’t have to worry about clicking baffles back together in the correct order and having to take them apart and clean each one individually.
    - Sights won’t clear. My Osprey sits flush with the top of my XDM and Glock 23 sights, so it’s not like the Osprey has a huge advantage here either. The round tube suppressors (this one included) sit well above the top of my sights, so taller suppressor height sights are a must.
    - The tube is the piece with the serial number on it, so if it ever gets damaged you will have to buy a new suppressor and pay another $200 tax stamp. For the Osprey, the part that houses the piston is what has the serial number, so an end cap strike or dent in the outer tube means you can just replace that part and not have to buy a new suppressor. This of course is an extremely rare and unlikely scenario.
    Heavy – It’s about the same as the Osprey, but the Osprey looks like it should be heavier than it is. To me, this isn’t as big of a deal as length, and the Ti-Rant is still decently short. The extra weight helps reduce recoil and is basically a side effect of its extreme durability.

    In summary, the Ti-Rant is, suppression wise, basically on par with the Osprey. And if I were going into battle, I would choose the Ti-Rant because of the extra durability of its titanium outer tube. If you want something that will out last you and the apocalypse, the Ti-Rant is your can. It will require a little extra time and patience during maintenance and cleaning because if its baffle stack that requires complete disassembly, but that’s a small price to pay for great suppression and bullet proof reliability.

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