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sound suppressor

A noise suppressor that converts low-frequency vibrations propagated by the high-velocity exhaust gases of a gas turbine engine into high-frequency vibrations. A sound suppressor replaces the conventional tailpipe in a gas turbine engine.
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Testing was conducted with a LaRue TranQuilo sound suppressor mounted and using PRI 6.
This unique OWB duty rig will also secure pistols with compensators and sound suppressors attached.
All Osprey sound suppressors attach via a spring-loaded, threaded piston that locks into a tension-lever-secured indexing assembly.
com)-- Gun sound suppressors look pretty straightforward and simple at first glance, but there is actually a lot of careful planning and designing that goes into making a suppressor.
Running 9mm with a Gemtech GM9 sound suppressor in place is enough to make an old geezer like me feel svelte and cool.
This is also the absolute perfect application for a sound suppressor.
A proper sound suppressor makes you a more courteous and neighborly shooter, masks the direction of the shot while hunting and preserves your capacity to assess your surroundings and communicate should you ever have to use your weapon for real, particularly indoors.
300 Blackout ammunition in the Mini-14 with a sound suppressor installed.
Sound suppressors can be manufactured in Massachusetts, and public servants can use them under color of their office, but law-abiding Americans cannot possess the same under their constitutional rights.
MP5/10A3 10MM Auto with 2-round burst trigger group and optional stainless steel screw-on sound suppressor.
You can even use hearing protection to justify the purchase of a sound suppressor to a skeptical spouse.
A break-open, the Thunderceptor has a fixed Picatinny rail up top and an integral sound suppressor.