New Maxim MSX .338 Suppressor

Maxim Defense, a manufacturer known for quality suppressors, accessories, and firearms, has released the newest member in its MSX family of suppressors: the PRS MSX chambered in .338. This new suppressor has been specifically designed to counteract the increase in cyclic rates and gas blowback in the PRS-suppressed system.

“We couldn’t be more excited about this new suppressor design,” said David Farrell, Vice President of Commercial Sales at Maxim Defense. “The goal of the PRS Suppressor was to increase reliability and longevity for the host firearm compared to other, more traditional suppressor designs.”

Maxim Defense MSX .338 Suppressor
Maxim Defense has released its newest suppressor, the MSX suppressor. Designed for PRS .338 shooting, it features the MonoKore and is constructed from military-grade materials. [Photo credit: Maxim]

The MSX PRS .338 suppressor features military-grade 7075-T6 aluminum with a type-III hard coat anodizing along with the titanium thread insert. The internals consist of Maxim’s MonoKore suppressor core, which is a 3-piece design with integrated carbon cutters to aid in tube cleaning. The suppressor weighs just 19 ounces and is said to have an unparalleled strength-to-weight ratio. The suppressor is designed to be the lightest suppressor for PRS shooting and hunting available on the market.

The suppressor is a conglomeration of features for this state-of-the-art design that reduces flash signature and recoil, both aiding in increased accuracy while reportedly reducing the sound signature to well below hearing-safe levels. The company does note that sound results can vary depending on weapon configuration, ammunition, barrel length, and atmospheric conditions, so keep that in mind. Designed explicitly for the .338 caliber, the suppressor is said to increase the reliability and longevity of the host weapon, but it has a limited rate of fire of 20 rounds with one shot a second. Additionally, the company states the suppressor should be allowed to cool to ambient temperature after those 20 rounds before firing again.

The PRS .338 MSX suppressor is just 11” long overall and has a 1.75” outer diameter. It is fully serviceable by the end user with common tools. The MSX suppressor is available now and costs $995.

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