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Radical New Design on Multi-caliber and Modularity, the NOVUS Silencer

Statesboro, GA, January 25, 2020— Enfield Rifle Company, a new US silencer manufacturer, recently announced the release of their Patent Pending NOVUS™ Silencer System. Designed by an Army Ranger turned Mechanical Engineer, this new take on multi-caliber and modularity allows for a new level of user optimization never before seen.

NOVUS, the first silencer introduced by Enfield Rifle Company, is a Patent Pending game changer. This multi-caliber silencer allows the user to optimize the silencer for any firearm ranging from .17 HMR through 458 SOCOM and pistol calibers up to and including .45 ACP.

While being constructed from the most durable materials on the market, the NOVUS™ can be optimized within minutes to fit a multitude of firearms. What does this mean for the consumer? Multiple rifles or handguns, one silencer.

The Modular Baffle Core™ technology not only allows quick caliber class configuration, but also makes it easy to clean the baffles as well as change the blast baffle. This will allow for optimal life of the silencer. While easy at home routine cleaning keeps the carbon build up from diminishing performance and adding weight to the silencer over time.

Not only does the NOVUS deliver superior value with its revolutionary 3-in-1 design, it also provides dB levels comparable to dedicated caliber suppressors. All in a lightweight package weighing in at only 14 ounces in its max configuration.

For more information on the Enfield Rifle Company NOVUS™ please visit enfieldriflecompany.com or check out the article in RECOIL.                             

 

One Response to “Radical New Design on Multi-caliber and Modularity, the NOVUS Silencer”

  1. Jeb says:

    I want this to be successful but anyone who has invested into cans knows that the ‘one for all’ mentality does not apply to us. What matters much more is existing mount compatibility. Aside from the few moments it takes to swap things around, the variance between decibel suppression amongst calibers is always relevant. I started my dissent into NFA thinking one for all with a Sandman L…13 stamps later and I’m convinced host specific is the way. That’s why I need 3 more SOCOM RC1’s, because even swapping the same can between 4 specific hosts is Ali Baba…especially when it’s hot. It is great to see a new can manufacturer however and good luck with it all.