Rotex 5.56 Compact w/ SF Hub Adapter (PRE ORDER)


Part Number: SD-556RotexCompact

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SKU: 840225716184 Categories: ,


This is a Pre Order item of the new generation of B&T suppressors. We have been told by B&T they are currently being made. There is no hard date of when they are due. By Pre ordering one, you will be ensuring that once these suppressors are produced and delivered to VBD, you will receive one. If the suppressors are sent in batches, orders will be fulfilled as first come first serve.

IF THE PRE ORDER IS OUT OF STOCK, PLEASE CHECK BACK TOMORROW. We are working off amounts we have already ordered, And Adding on as each “Batch” of orders are Depleted.

By Ordering a PRE ORDER suppressor, you are committing to the purchase. If you would like to Cancel an order, Store Credit will be issued for the total order price.

The Rotex 556 Compact suppressor is a great choice for those seeking a balance between sound and signature reduction and overall length. The Rotex Compact is at home on 10.5-inch and shorter carbines, but is ideally suited for 11.5 to 14.5- inch barrels, where it will provide the best ratio of sound and flash reduction for its size.
Constructed using laser bed fusion manufacturing techniques, our traditionally baffled Rotex Compact rifle suppressor in 5.56 is constructed of 718 Inconel and is completely weldless. Each suppressor is threaded 1.375x24TPI making it fully HUB compatible, should you choose to mix and match your attachment interfaces. The Rotex ships with B&T’ss Rotex-SF HUB assembly, which is compatible with all B&T Rotex flash hiders, as well as all of SureFire SOCOM flash hiders, Warcomps and muzzle brakes. The Rotex-SF HUB is machined from titanium bar stock. NATO-Spec A2 and Direct-Mount HUB assemblies are available as accessories items.

• Ships with Rotex-SF titanium HUB assembly
• Fully HUB-compatible (1.375x24TPI)
• 3D-printed of 718 Inconel
• Full-auto rated—no barrel length restrictions
• An excellent choice for those seeking a balance of sound suppression, flash signature reduction and size