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Maxim Defense Adds PRS to MSX Suppressor Line: First Look

The Maxim Defense PRS is built on the technology and engineering the M240. Lightweight and quiet, it's ideal for your next hunt. Here's a first look.

Maxim Defense Adds PRS to MSX Suppressor Line: First Look

(Photo courtesy of Maxim Defense)

Maxim Defense has announced the PRS Suppressors as an addition to their MSX suppressor line. The MSX suppressors by Maxim Defense is specifically designed to minimize the increase in cyclic rate and gas blowback of a suppressed firearm. The primary design features include the significant reduction of sound signature, decreasing flash signature, reduced recoil and an increase in accuracy. 

"The DNA of the PRS comes directly from our hugely successful M240 suppressor,” said Dave Larson, Executive Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Maxim Defense. "We utilized the same technology and engineering of the M240 to manufacture this serviceable, lightweight, incredibly-quiet suppressor. The PRS is the perfect companion for your next hunt.”  

The PRS features a state-of-the-art MonoKore design of 3 simple pieces. It was designed to be the lightest suppressor for PRS shooting and hunting and offers unparalleled strength in design, achieving a previously impossible strength-to-weight ratio. Maxim Defense is committed to developing next-generation tools, equipment, and systems that exceed in the most extreme environments. The PRS suppressors offer increased reliability and longevity compared to other more traditional suppressor designs. 

Features

  • Decreases flash & recoil while increasing accuracy
  • Fully and easily serviceable
  • Disassembles with common tools
  • Adds just 7.25 in. to firearm 

Specifications

Drops sound well below hearing-safe levels (specific reduction based on firearm configuration, ammunition, barrel length, and atmospheric conditions) average measurement per MILSTD-1474D of 131.9dB on an 18-inch bolt action rifle, 6.5 CM, measured at the shooter’s left ear.


  • Available Calibers: 6.5 & .308 Win
  • Thread Pitch: 5/8-24
  • Material Composition: Grade-5 titanium, 7075-T6 aluminum
  • Weight: 10.8 oz.
  • Length: 7.9 in. overall length
  • Diameter: 1.75 in. outer diameter
  • Finish: Cerakote / Type-III hardcoat anodizing

To learn more about the PRS suppressors and the complete product offerings from Maxim Defense, please visit www.maximdefense.com and follow on Instagram, Facebook or Twitter.

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