CGS KERES 50 Suppressor Overview
Originally developed for a foreign military unit to shoot the McMillan TAC-50(CGS KERES 50 Suppressor ), or what our US Navy SEALS would call the Mk15 Mod1, the KERES 50 is now available for civilians.
At a time when some suppressor companies are pulling back on .50 cal production, CGS comes through. According to Chaos Group, the Keres 50 provides the maximum sound reduction for a .50 BMG suppressor.
KERES 50 features the first of its type dual functionality and incorporates the Variable Core Diameter (VCD Technology) first pioneered by the CGS Hyperion 762.
This unique design allows for peak sound reduction and extreme reduction in flash signature, as well as minimal and repeatable point of impact shift. Also, the KERES 50 suppression system provides for the maximum possible sound suppression in the industry.
The KERES 50 is available in 6AL4V (Grade 5) titanium and is an excellent precision rifle suppressor displaying incredible suppression, light weight, and a very minimal 6 o’clock vertical on/off fleet POI shift. The KERES 50 signature suppressor doesn’t have any barrel length restrictions
CGS – Chaos Gear Supply Keres 50 Features
- length: 14.9″
- diameter: 2.09″
- exterior: black PVD / DLC coating
- interior: hexagonal boron nitride coating
- tube: grade 5 Titanium
- weight: 3 lbs, 12 oz
- mount: 1″-14 direct thread standard, also available in 7/8″-14 by special order
- Is there a suppressor for a 50 cal?
50 caliber suppressor available on the market today. Constructed of 100% Titanium or 100% Stainless Steel and 360 degree circumferentially welded, the Turbodyne produces less noise than a . 22LR.
- Can you suppress .50 Beowulf?
To effectively suppress a big bore caliber (e.g., . 50 Beowulf or . 45-70), a suppressor needs quite a bit of volume. Do-it-all models run small because nobody wants to run a can that is big enough for a .
- What suppressor does John Wick use?
They went for a completely suppressed shootout. Cassian carries a suppressed two-tone Arsenal Firearms AF-1 Strike One, while Wick has a suppressed Smith & Wesson SW1911SC E-Series.
- What does military use a 50 Beowulf for?
The round is intended to improve stopping power greatly at short- to medium-range as compared to the standard 5.56×45mm NATO round. One of its advertised uses is at vehicle checkpoints, since the heavy bullet’s flight path is not easily deflected by auto glass or standard vehicle body panels.
- What suppressor does Navy Seals use?
The SOCOM65-RC2 is the 6.5 mm/6 mm/. 260-caliber version of the U.S. Special Operations Command selected suppressor for the Mk13 Sniper Rifle. All SureFire® suppressors are designed and also built in the USA.
- Are threaded barrels worth it?
If you have a tactical pistol, a threaded barrel is often the perfect addition, even if you can’t spring for the suppressor just yet. Threaded barrels also allow the addition of breaching mussels, which can add to the usefulness and “cool-factor” of your gun, and a longer barrel will give your muzzle velocity a boost.