Introducing the Precision Rifle Suppressor Shield (PRSS)
The PRSS is the ultimate suppressor cover for bolt action precision rifles, where the length of the forend or chassis does not allow an M-RAC or U-RAC to be used.
Similar to our RAC series of shields, the PRSS clamps to the barrel and free floats over the suppressor mitigating the chance of incidental burns and eliminating mirage.
The PRSS will use an M-RAC style coupler, and will be compatible with all M-RAC & U-RAC 3.0 / 3.1 shields.
The PRSS is only compatible with suppressors 1.7″ and smaller for now. XL Diameter (suppressors up to 1.9″) will be available Early 2023.
To select the correct length, measure the length of your suppressor including the locking ring, and add 1″
– This allows your suppressor to be completely covered by carbon fiber, to completely eliminate mirage.
– Stainless Steel hardware throughout
Why should I get the PRSS?
The PRSS is MODTAC’s newest shield, and offers a significant upgrade to using Direct Attach Shields on bolt action rifles. with the addition of the PRSS, you’ll be able to mount the shield directly to your barrel, and maintain the free-floating shield, to reduce the exposed temperature and eliminating mirage for good!
What Makes modtac shields unique
All MODTAC Suppressor Shields are designed to be free floating over the suppressor, with an air gap between the source of heat (your hot suppressor) and the inside of the shield.
Are suppressor shields different than suppressor wraps?
Yes, Suppressor Shields are a rail/barrel mounted, rigid, and free floating design which does not retain heat inside of the suppressor, unlike a suppressor wrap. Additionally, there is no fabric in the our products that can come loose under pressure or melt to your rifle or suppressor.
Will This affect my Zero or Point if impact?
Just as adding a suppressor to your rifle will initially affect your point of impact, we recommend that you re-zero your rifle after installing the PRSS. However, after the installation, taking the shield on and off results in an average of less than .1 MRAD (MIL) shift of your point of impact, and once its on the gun, is very repeatable.Read more on How MODTAC Suppressor shields work