The Lahar-30L provides increased sound reduction where it is needed most. Built on the foundation of the Lahar-30 with the addition of 3 additional baffles to provide increased internal volume—the Lahar-30L is a great candidate for magnum rifles or other hosts that traditionally produce a higher level of sound.
The Lahar-30L is constructed using a laser welded combination of 17-4 stainless steel blast chamber and secondary baffles with an Inconel blast baffle to provide increased performance under hard use.
The Lahar-30L is rated for centerfire rifle cartridges from 5.56×45 NATO to 300 Win Mag.
No Full Auto/Barrel Length Restrictions
The Lahar-30L is rated for full auto fire and has no minimum barrel length restrictions giving it versatility across numerous different host firearms and use cases.
The Lahar-30L utilizes industry standard 1 3/8-24 threads which allow for the installation of common direct thread mounts as well as the Aero Precision Mantle QD and other industry-leading quick detatch systems. To learn more about suppressor mounts click here.
Each Aero Precision suppressor is covered by a Manufacturer’s Lifetime Warranty.
- Flash Hider Endcap (installed)
- Suppressor and mount wrenches
Thread Pitch Reference
- 1/2-28 TPI = 223/5.56 NATO
- 5/8-24 TPI = 6mm ARC, 6.5 Grendel, 6.5 Creedmoor, 300 Blackout, 308 Win/7.62×51, 300 Win Mag
*NOTE: Please validate the thread pitch of your host firearm with the manufacturer.
All NFA regulations apply: This item is regulated by the National Firearms Act (NFA). It is the customer’s responsibility to ensure that they are in compliance with NFA regulations as well as any applicable laws. Applicable laws can vary both between and within states.
- Bore Size: 30 Caliber
- Construction: 17-4 Stainless Steel, Inconel
- Finish: High Temperature Cerakote
- Mount Compatibility: 1 3/8×24 TPI
- Compatible with 5.56x45NATO and up to 300 Win Mag
- No minimum barrel length restrictions
- Full-auto rated
- Modular mounting interface
- Lifetime Manufacturers Warranty
Note: Sound test results are influenced by several different variables including location, ammunition, environmental conditions, host firearm, and more. These sound readings were gathered from the shooter’s ear utilizing industry-standard sound reading equipment and factory-new ammunition.