How did the Burn Proof Gear Suppressor Cover come to be? Being based in South Florida (Miami), we are fortunate to have pro-gun laws. Florida is among the most firearm friendly states, and is actually the state with the second most NFA items registered in the past couple years.Miami summers are brutal, especially since the summer lasts a majority of the year. At tactical courses, the sun isn’t the only thing burning shooters. Back in 2014, before Burn Proof Gear existed, the founder of BPG received a Form 4 Tax Stamp approval for an AAC 762SD-N6. Within a month, he managed to melt a lunch box, two pairs of pants, and an expensive pair of SI Oakley gloves. He eventually decided to buy a mirage cover (it was a nylon cover with a silicone rubber and fiberglass tube on the inside).
The only true requirement was that the cover could withstand a carbine class (up-down drills, slow rates of fire, semi-auto). While maintaining a simple looking design, it did not stay on even after multiple attempts to tighten it. It flew off a many times until a friend finally shot a hole in it. Some people say that you shouldn’t be touching a suppressor anyways, so why cover it? My response, “Why wear a helmet while riding a bicycle?” Take your time looking around and thanks for your interest in Burn Proof Gear.
Note: Suppressor, Silencer, Can are all interchangeable. A few friends use the term “wrap” to describe our Suppressor Cover (hint: Big E).