Cobalt Kinetics Scrambler Suppressor
Cobalt Kinetics Scrambler Suppressor
Cobalt Kinetics Scrambler Suppressor
Cobalt Kinetics Scrambler Suppressor

Cobalt Kinetics Scrambler Suppressor

Regular price $1,287.00
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The Cobalt Kinetics Scrambler are a special order item.
  • Specs:
  • Material: Titanium
  • Production method: Laser Powder Bed Fusion (L.P.B.F)…(3D Printed)
  • Caliber: 5.56/6MM
  • UTM-Good To Go
  • Thread pitch (Direct Thread): ½ X 28
  • Compatible muzzle device (Quick Detach)-CGS Group SCI-SIX patterned devices will work with this product.
  • Length: 4.75” (Excluding the flash tines)
  • Weight: 6.2 oz
  • Life cycle expectancy: 50,000+ rounds
  • Full auto rated
  • No barrel restrictions

The CK Scrambler was designed out of a need to have a lightweight and compact silencer optimized for 11.5-12.5” duty/patrol rifles that will be placed through a rigorous “tour of duty”. The Scrambler is a Laser Powder Bed Fusion (L.P.B.F.) additive manufactured (3D printed) silencer made specifically for use on carbines and gas operated precision rifles. Constructed using CGS Groups “Variable Core Diameter” technology paired with advanced flow routing and Vent To Atmosphere external flash tines to release gas to atmosphere faster, without sacrificing sound and flash reduction. The Scrambler ensures the shooter won’t be out-gassed from blowback and the firearm operating system won’t be over-driven from excessive back pressure (which leads to premature gas port erosion on barrels and unduly wear on internal components). The L.P.B.F. process and subsequent heat treatments create a silencer core stronger than traditional forged, billet, cast, MIM, and sintered parts. Additive Manufacturing ensures the silencer is free from welds which can cause failures, warping, and other issues along the length of other silencers, and creates a concentric silencer core inside and out. With no points of failure, the Scrambler provides excellent strength, service life, flash reduction, and atmospheric gas expulsion rarely seen in the suppressor market.