Suppressor Anti-Mirage Shield
Protects you, your can, and your equipment. Designed to prevent mirage from obscuring your site picture after multiple shots. Eliminating mirage is accomplished by the use of insulating materials - your can heats up, but the SAS stays cool. The outer shell of the TAB SAS will not heat up so your equipment and person will not become damaged with accidental or intentional contact. Removal and handling of your can, while inside the TAB SAS, immediately after firing is possible due to the high quality insulating materials used in the construction.
- Sewn with NOMEX Thread
- Water resistant 1000D Cordura® outer shell
- Inner shell Can withstand 1800 degrees Fahrenheit
- Made in Texas with US made materials!
- Lifetime Warranty
NOTE: ALL SAS COVERS ARE CUSTOM MADE TO YOUR SPECIFICATIONS AND CANNOT BE RESOLD OR MODIFIED. PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU SUBMIT THE CORRECT MEASUREMENTS FOR YOUR COVER. ALLOW 14-21 DAYS FOR THE COVER/COVERS TO BE MADE AND SHIPPED.
Warning - .223/5.56 Cal Users
These products are not recommended for long strings or rapid fire use with a .223/5.56 caliber rifle!
- SAS1: This model opens down the length of the suppressor and is held closed with a strip of Velcro-like material
- SAS2: A fully enclosed tube of protective material with shock cord sewn into EACH end.
- SAS3: A fully enclosed tube of protective material with shock cord sewn into ONE end.
- SASR: A fully enclosed tube of protective material secured with shock cord laced over the exterior.
SAS1: This model opens down the length of the suppressor and is held closed with a strip of Velcro. The cover must be installed with the label to the rear, toward the shooter.
SAS2: A fully enclosed tube of protective material, with shock cord sewn into each end. The shock cord makes this cover a little more difficult to install and remove but this model was designed for this purpose. The advantage is that there is no right or wrong way to install this cover, simply put it on and go. This model was designed for the person who may be stalking and doesn't want the cover to slide back onto the barrel exposing the metal can to making noise should it come in contact with hard surfaces.
SAS3: A fully enclosed tube of protective material. This cover must be installed with the label to the rear, toward the shooter. This cover was designed to make a smaller more compact model than the SAS1 yet still be able to effortlessly slide the cover off of the can onto the barrel to allow the can to cool in between shot strings, as well as being very easy to install back onto the can when shooting begins again.
SASR: A fully enclosed tube of protective material. This cover can be installed with the label to the front or rear. It can be installed on the can with the can already installed on the weapon and can be slid either to the rear, or off the front of the can to allow cooling. The SASR cover can be ordered to cover only as much of the can as needed. If there is a quick release mechanism that the you want to leave exposed for quick access this can be accomplished by simply listing the length of the SASR desired when placing your order.
CUSTOM WORK ON SUPPRESSOR COVERS
The prices listed on the site are for normal configured suppressors. What this means is that the suppressor has one diameter, and one length.
If the suppressor has different diameters, or steps, along the length of the suppressor this is not a standard suppressor and will entail custom design charges. If your weapon system has less than .75” in between the rear of the suppressor and the stock, rail, etc. then our standard suppressor covers will not work, EXCEPT THE SASR, and we will need to discuss custom options with you to determine what will need to be done to make a cover for your system. There are many methods that we have used over the years to make custom suppressor covers that have specific design limitations in the way they are installed, and we are more than happy to design a cover just for you. The minimum fee on custom designed suppressor covers will be $25.00 and could go up from there depending on the complexity of the design and options that the customer wants.