Acadian Armament’s Patriot™ and Predator™ series silencers are produced in a 16,250 square-foot facility near Lafayette, Louisiana. This ISO 9001:2008 certified facility houses the industry's most technologically advanced computerized machining equipment along with a highly experienced engineering and manufacturing staff. Design and manufacturing engineers work closely together at every stage of design and development, prototyping, and manufacturing. Full-time Quality Inspectors work continually in a controlled environment to ensure exact and consistent dimensional conformance. Resource management optimizes asset schedules and minimizes downtime. Redundant equipment and capabilities from 3D and 5-axis and horizontal milling to live-tool turning and other multi-function operations, laser and dot-peen engraving, etc. Advanced machinery allows the ability to produce critical finish surface finishes and ensures absolute finish measurements even with difficult to machine alloys.
MP5 Suppressor evaluation After Action Report
This one's a little longer than we like to publish, but there's a lot of info here. In this video series, we ask very experienced shooters to compare the Acadian Armament D9 suppressor to top-tier conventional suppressors recommended for use with the MP5. In this evaluation, a LE agency SWAT armorer and team members familiar and practiced with the MP5 put three suppressors through the wringer on the full and K versions of the MP5. These weapons are Zenith Z-5RS and Z-5P. D9 - The suppressor made for the MP5.
Defender Baffle Strike Test 20180315
This test illustrates the remarkable ability of the Defender 556 to prevent baffle strike damage. Defender 556 is partially removed from the rifle and shots are fired at 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9 turns off from the muzzle thread shoulder. Point of aim is the same for all shots. 16" Mossberg Patrolman in .223 55gr .223 ammo Target is at 50 yards. The suppressor was disassembled and inspected after shooting at 3 & 5 turns.