An innovative, disruptive, and patented technology that addresses issues impacting barrel induced wander and product line inconsistency.
It’s lightweight, void of moving parts or power requirements, and encased in carbon fiber - also referred to as constrained-layer damping.
The testing of this unique technology, applied to the length of a gun barrel, has produced significant improvements and consistency in precision, stability, and ballistic acceleration.
The addition of a temperature-tolerant elastomeric resin encased by a carbon fiber shroud has been proven to reduce noise-induced barrel movement and improve weapon accuracy.
The U.S. Army Armament Research, Development, and Engineering Center (ARDEC) Published it’s independent analysis and confirmation of the proven Dreadnought technology (Technical Report ARWSE-TR-14014).