Testing the tiny Armtac Covert keychain suppressor (VIDEO)
By Chris Eger
The NFA Review Channel goes in-depth on Armtac’s very compact (just 1-ounce in titanium versions) “keychain-sized” Covert rimfire suppressor.
Based in Roland, Arkansas, Armtac‘s Kristi and Jeb Burnett have been in the gun and suppressor biz for years and their Covert is one of the lesser-known but no less interesting cans. At just 3-inches long, and available in both stainless and Ti variants, the wet can is user-serviceable and hides a trio of modified K-baffles that do the magic on the inside. Threaded for 1/2×28 TPI muzzles, the Covert lives up to its billing by coming with an optional keyring attachment for those who like to swag out and put it next to their mini yo-yo, bottle opener, and rewards cards.
They test it on a Beretta 21 (what else?), a larger rimfire trainer, a Serbu Butt-Master pen gun (you’ll like it), and a bolt action rifle both unsuppressed and suppressed, as well as both dry and wet.
Sure, it’s kind of similar in concept to Gemtech’s old school and out of production Pill Bottle, but hey, there are no wipes to be had here.
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