The Nomad-Ti is an exercise in displaying our latest engineering and manufacturing capabilities. Thanks to its ultra-light weight of just 9.6 oz it will feel as if it disappears on your rifle until you need it.
The body is fully-welded Grade 5 Titanium. This provides excellent performance for magnum calibers and the firing schedules of most shooters and hunters. But let’s be real, no matter what others may say, titanium is not the material to use on your favorite machine gun while doing mag dumps with your buddies.
Like the original Nomad-30 it is compatible with our KeyMo mount, making it versatile and adaptable to many hosts. And with the weight savings, it further embraces the true nature of the Nomad. Travel lightly, and take only what you need. Nothing else comes close to the combined weight savings, strength, sound reduction, and accuracy of the Nomad-Ti.
Note: While titanium is incredibly strong, it is susceptible to erosion at extreme temperatures as you reach and exceed 800° F. Any titanium suppressor begins to lose strength and hardness at high temperatures. Because the Nomad-Ti is an extremely efficient design, it can easily reach temperatures over 800° F with a couple of magazines of rapid-fire, especially on short barrels. As such, we recommend the following guidelines for optimum lifespan and enjoyable user experience:
Limit rapid-fire usage to 1-2 mags and then allow one minute of cooldown per mag used to minimize operating at extreme temps. Additional time may be needed if multiple sequences of mags are fired to avoid a steady heat ramp from occurring.
After each usage, observe the blast baffle for wear and consider using a muzzle brake to offer the baffles further protection and adjust your usage as needed. If a somewhat harder-use schedule is needed, we recommend the Nomad-30 suppressor. For sustained fire, the Sandman series products for ultimate hardcore work.