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AAC 762-SD

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The AAC 762-SD returns to the  product line in 2014, reborn with improved durability and performance. The new 762-SD features an all-Inconel® baffle stack that has been redesigned for improved efficiency with full power 7.62 x 51mm ammunition. The 762-SD uses the best-selling 51T Ratchet Mount fast-attach system that enables users to install or remove the silencer in seconds. Although optimized for 7.62mm x 51 ammunition, the 762-SD is an excellent multi-caliber silencer that offers excellent performance on hosts chambered in 300 AAC Blackout, 6.8 SPC, and 5.56mm.

*20” Remington 700, M80

As of July 2015, all 762-SD's will now ship with an included 51T Flash Hider in 5/8x24!

Specifications

Specification Information

Caliber Rating .300 BLK, .300BLK (subsonic), 6.8mm, 7.62 x39 (subsonic), 7.62mm (.30 Caliber - up to .308), 5.56mm (.223)
Color Black
Length 9"
Length Added 7.25"
Diameter 1.5"
Weight 23.2 oz
Finish High Temperature Cerakote™
Manufacturer AAC
Build Material 316L Stainless Steel, Inconel 718
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17 Reviews For AAC 762-SD

  • Daniel11/13/2016

    Yep, we'll start off like a few others. AAC was a bit of a pain in the ass about the rebate but I did finally get it from them. The suppressor is used on both of my AR-15 rifles, an RRA LAR-8, a Custom Savage 10-FP Choate and an AK-47 pistol. No complaints with the can, all of the rifles are zeroed in with the can and accuracy has not been an issue. The RRA LAR-8 was a bit of a pain due to "over-gassing" and trying to mis-feed out of the magazines when it was new but after a couple hundred rounds the action has loosened up and it feeds fine. Not the suppressors fault, just needed to get the rifle shot in a bit. The 7.62 can on the 5.56X45 rifles doesn't seem to have noise issues, they run just about as quiet as they do with a 5.56 can. Silencer Shop is great to work with on setting you up with a lawyer to get an NFA Gun Trust started, this is the best way to go if you're just getting into the suppressor game! There are several advantages to having a Gun Trust set up as to just buying the suppressor without one. I know a few guys that set up a Gun Trust as a group to by suppressors cheaper and as long as everyone is named as a "trustee" on the Gun Trust there are no legal issues with any of them using or keeping the cans!

  • Michael9/26/2016

    I am new to suppressors, but was very favorably impressed by AAC's service on my 7.62 SD. I had an end cap strike and they paid freight both ways and returned it in less than two weeks - door to door. The service tech answered the phone right away and was extremely helpful He indicated end cap strikes will happen and they would fix it and they did. He indicated repairs like this are included as part of the purchase. Note that this came from an AAC service tech and not Silencer Shop.
    Also I had no trouble with the Damm the Man rebate on two suppressors.
    Silencer Shop made it very easy to buy these two items. I am currently waiting on another AAC suppressor from them.

  • Daniel7/6/2016

    I ordered this can and it came flawlessly. Had a small hiccup with the Form 4 and it was quickly resolved (within 2 hours) and mailed back to the BATFE. Would not purchase a suppressor from anyone else. Powered buy with Mill Swamp Guns here in North Carolina. Must say, anyone willing to drive to Mill Swamp Guns and get their transfer taken care of will not be disappointed. Thank you to Silencer Shop, AAC and Mill Swamp Guns for an awesome product and the support that goes along with it.

  • james1/20/2016

    I put this on an 8'' .223 AR and was very happy with how quiet it was although it is heavy and the length is a bit too much, I still feel it was a great purchase.

  • Josh12/14/2015

    I have owned a 762SD for 10 months and have been completely impressed with the quality of this product. The only negative is that at the time I purchased, the flash hider / mount was not included and the price was $75 more than it is listed for currently. While I cannot speak to the other reviewers experiences regarding accuracy, my own experience has been markedly different. Mounted primarily to an 18" 6.8 SPC my average 5 shot 100 yard group reduced from 7/8" / 1" shooting unsuppressed to 3/4" or less through the suppressor.

    So far I have hunted everything from ground squirrels in the West, to turkeys in the Midwest, and white tailed deer in the East with this suppressor and the experience of suppressed shooting while hunting is unparalleled. The reduced recoil and muzzle rise made possible by the 762SD allows for rapid follow up shots with ease and with the sound reduction other game animals remain unfrightened and other hunters in your party end the day with hearing intact.

    The one minor drawback I would comment on is that at the end of a day of hunting the weight of this suppressor does become noticeable for me on an unsupported / offhand shot. Likewise the length of the can is somewhat of an issue as it can cause you to snag if moving through dense foliage. If you are concerned about these issues then the 762 SDN6 with its shorter profile and reduced weight may be for you, but for what it delivers for the price the 762SD continues to do the job for me each and every time.

  • jimboroosky9/25/2015

    I shoot this can on several different rifles and calibers(223, 22-250, 243, 308, 30-30). All attached with the Brakeout II. Absolutely no issues whatsoever. Great can at a great price. I am extremely happy

  • William7/31/2015

    Finally got the silencer was not impressed with accuracy. I went from 1/2 inch groups to 2 inch groups. I will go through Silencer Shop if I buy another silencer but will not buy another AAC can. I still am waiting on my order from AAC from the Damn the Man rebate. I got my code for my $200 rebate waited a month for the flash hidders I wanted to be back in stock then placed the order when they finally were in stock then was one the phone over a month getting a BS story about shipping problems and 5 weeks later they told me my flash hiders were now on back order and it would be 2 more weeks three weeks and still waiting. I don't think much of their silencers and I don't think much of AAC company at all...

  • UNCON6/18/2015

    I own four AAC suppressors. My experience with them on customer service has been mixed. My first issue with an M2000 last year (2014) was handled promptly and professionally. My second and most recent experience was with the the 762SD I purchase through Silencer Shop. I dealt with [an employee] at AAC on the phone, and then through emails. My first contact with [this employee] was back in late April to inform him of severe accuracy issues. The solution that he proposed was a replacement flash hider/muzzle break, but then he 'forgot' about the solution he proposed, and apparently could not even review my detailed email chain for the correct information. It took numerous further emails... and the need to remind him about the proposed solution to get the correct replacement muzzle break/flash hider. It also took more than three weeks to receive the replacement flash hider, and this turned out NOT to be the cause of the accuracy problem. [The employee] was notified that the new flash hider/muzzle break did not correct the accuracy issue the day after I received the item. Again, more delays and forgetfulness. Over one month later after more emails and a call tag for the suppressor was finally issued. There is really no excuse for treating a customer this way, and the inability of AAC to promptly handle legitimate request for service is very disturbing. Perhaps the move to the new Remington facility (or wherever the have relocated) is part of the issue, but how can a company not predict and properly plan for solid customer service DURING a transition? Not a good sign. Not at all. Wish I had paid more and bought SureFire. Perhaps you will read this review and make your decision to avoid companies that can't handle basic customer service requests, or who produce suppressors that shift the POI off the paper at 25 yards. Almost two months after notifying AAC of my problem with the 762SD I still have no solution.

  • Chrisy5/13/2015

    Great can and a great price through SilencerShop. Most of these reviews are about the promotion and not the actual product. AAC Customer Service has been outstanding if you call and talk to them. The personnel that work there help out in the NFA forums when they can. I have no complaints with AAC or their products. I'd definitely purchase again.

  • Bill4/14/2015

    I used the Damn the man money for a mount, so the price was great. I'm very pleased with the quality and sounds when fired with supers or subsonic rounds. Overall it's a real value.

  • Verified Owner2/16/2015

    DAMN THE SCAM!

    I’ll update this one my can is out of “jail,” but I wanted to share what I have learned about the character of AAC as a company in hopes of warning off anyone who might get taken in by the phony “Damn the Man” rebate offer.

    After months of waiting, I just got my denial in the mail from AAC. It seems that “post office boxes aren’t valid” addresses. This really sucks for me, since the USPS doesn’t deliver mail to my home address, and AAC mails out the rebate vouchers. So, could have given my home address and had AAC get the voucher back as undeliverable, or given my legitimate mailing address and get denied. Thanks AAC!

    While I still have high hopes for the suppressor itself, what I’ve learned about the duplicity of AAC will be remembered when I buy all my future suppressors, muzzle devices, and weapons (no Handi-rifles for me!) from honest merchants.

  • Verified Owner2/16/2015

    Silencer Shop gets 6 stars for Customer Service. AAC was responsive to my emails concerning the Damn the Man Promotion. I bought 2 762-SDs. Silencer Shop sent me pics of my UPC codes so I could submit the rebate docs prior to getting my cans. AAC combined my 2 codes into one and I used the $400 online credit to get 5 blackout flash hiders. 5 months from start to picking up cans at the shop. While AAC definately needs another rebate processor, I am satisfied.

    In retrospect, I may have gone for a .300 Win Mag rated can, but the rebate is what persuaded me to choose the 762-SD.

  • Max12/21/2014

    Great customer service. I'm new to the world of suppressors but Silencershop guys have been a big help and walked me through the process. Order was placed and can't wait to get approved and get my suppressor.

  • lampel11/4/2014

    Silencer Shop gets 6 stars for Customer Service. AAC was responsive to my emails concerning the Damn the Man Promotion. I bought 2 762-SDs. Silencer Shop sent me pics of my UPC codes so I could submit the rebate docs prior to getting my cans. AAC combined my 2 codes into one and I used the $400 online credit to get 5 blackout flash hiders. 5 months from start to picking up cans at the shop. While AAC definately needs another rebate processor, I am satisfied.

    In retrospect, I may have gone for a .300 Win Mag rated can, but the rebate is what persuaded me to choose the 762-SD.

  • aaccanguy9/28/2014

    I just ordered one and I'll be darned, smooth transaction, excellent communication and silencer shop almost immediately sends me all I need for the DTM rebate. Waiting 9 months sucks but at least the first part of this transaction went smooth. Now comes the wait. Thank you Silencer shop for being awesome. I'll review the can in about a year, lol. This is going on a 9' blackout upper.

  • Gary Groppe9/22/2014

    Good afternoon,

    I contacted AAC and we are going to get this worked out. Left a message for you.

    Thanks

  • niccolodeiconti9/22/2014

    DAMN THE SCAM!

    I'll update this one my can is out of "jail," but I wanted to share what I have learned about the character of AAC as a company in hopes of warning off anyone who might get taken in by the phony "Damn the Man" rebate offer.

    After months of waiting, I just got my denial in the mail from AAC. It seems that "post office boxes aren't valid" addresses. This really sucks for me, since the USPS doesn't deliver mail to my home address, and AAC mails out the rebate vouchers. So, could have given my home address and had AAC get the voucher back as undeliverable, or given my legitimate mailing address and get denied. Thanks AAC!

    While I still have high hopes for the suppressor itself, what I've learned about the duplicity of AAC will be remembered when I buy all my future suppressors, muzzle devices, and weapons (no Handi-rifles for me!) from honest merchants.

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AAC 762-SD

SKU: AAC 103649
The AAC 762-SD returns to the product line in 2014, reborn with improved durability and performance.

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