• TAB Gear - SAS R - Suppressor Anti-Mirage Shield

    T.A.B. Gear

  • £79.95

    NB: Price shown includes 20% UK VAT if you are accessing the site from within the UK. Price shown will exclude UK VAT if you are outside of the UK.

  • There are currently 5 in stock.


Protects you, your can, and your equipment.

Designed to prevent mirage from obscuring your site picture after multiple shots. Eliminating mirage is accomplished by the use of insulating materials - your can heats up, but the SAS stays cool. The outer shell of the TAB SAS will not heat up so your equipment and person will not become damaged with accidental or intentional contact. Removal and handling of your can, while inside the TAB SAS, immediately after firing is possible due to the high quality insulating materials used in the construction.

SASR: A fully enclosed tube of protective material secured with shock cord laced over the exterior. This cover can be installed with the label to the front or rear. It can be installed on the can with the can already installed on the weapon and can be slid either to the rear, or off the front of the can to allow cooling. The SASR cover can be ordered to cover only as much of the can as needed.


  • Sewn with NOMEX Thread
  • Water resistant 1000D Cordura® outer shell
  • Inner shell Can withstand 1800 degrees Fahrenheit
  • Made in Texas with US made materials! 
  • Lifetime Warranty

Note: All SAS Shields are made to order by TAB Gear. Sporting Services have selected a number of custom sizes to fit popular suppressors so we can supply from stock.

Additional Information

WARNING! Since the SASR cover has no built in recoil ridge at the rear to prevent the cover from sliding forward under recoil the user MUST engage either the Velcro strap, or the bungee, whichever model he has, to prevent the cover from sliding forward under recoil and being shot down range. Either retention method works very well and there really should be no valid reason for either model to be shot down range. My recommendation would be to tighten the retention device down like you would your shoe laces, from front to back, and shoot a few rounds while observing the reaction of the cover. If it's moving slightly, tighten it down a little more. if it's not moving, loosen it slightly until you do see it start to move then tighten it back a bit. That will tell you how tight you need to have the cover.