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- Order number: CT-BT-V-COMP-BK
The newest cover from Cole-TAC, the High Temperature Python (HTP) Suppressor Cover. Several customers asked for a cover that they could use and let loose on. The outer shell is the popular Metal Python Suppressor Cover with the BOA and the inner tube is rated to 1650°C. This cover will not slip or shift around on your can.
When shooting at long ranges, every little detail becomes critical. The further out you go, the more those details can make or break your shot. Ensuring you have a clear sight picture can be one of the most important. If you cannot see your target, you cannot shoot it. As you begin to shoot, your suppressor gathers a lot of heat. This heat begins to rise off of the suppressor and creates a mirage. This mirage can obstruct your view making it almost impossible to see the target. The HTP Suppressor Cover is made to mitigate that mirage coming off of the suppressor.
Another great use is on rapid fire guns and you transition from rifle to pistol. If you have done it enough, you probably have a scar on your leg where the can fell. Don’t let it burn you again. Cover that can up.
Only from Cole-TAC can you get the leading suppressor cover retention system. Using the unique BOA locking straps, you cover is secured to your suppressor ensuring it stays in place while shooting. Other covers out there loosen up over time and begin to slide off. When you are on target, the last thing you need is to look up at your cover. Cole-Tac has done extensive testing and found that the BOA system keeps the cover in place round after round. Other great benefits of the BOA straps include allowing for stretching over time, and being able to use it on similarly sized suppressors.
Cole-Tac HTP covers are made from only the highest quality materials. The base layer is flash rated to 1650°C and the middle material is rated to 980°C. The outer shell is a durable 1000 Denier Cordura Nylon that is water resistant and stands up against fading, abrasion, rot, and mildew. A high quality fire resistant thread was chosen to ensure every aspect of the cover can stand up to the toughest environments.
Weight: 150 g
IMPORTANT NOTE ABOUT HEAT:
The HTP cover was carefully designed to withstand the temperatures that are reached during full auto rates of fire. The inner layer is rated the 1650°C, the middle layer is rated to 980°C, and the top Cordura nylon layer is good up to about 315°C. With that being said, just because a layer is rated to a certain temperature, it does not mean that in will insulate the heat to that point. What this means is that if for example the suppressor is brought up to a temperature of 800°C, the first two layers will be just fine. If the suppressor is kept at temperature for an extended time, the heat starts to dissipate through the first two layers and will eventually bring the temperature of the Cordura shell above it’s rated temperature. This would take an extreme amount of firing, but it can be done. Where we have seen issues in the past is with 5.56/.223 rifles that have barrel lengths under 14.5”/36 cm. The amount of heat generated in the suppressor itself can quickly get the temperatures above their rated levels.