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silencer

any device designed to reduce noise, esp the tubular device containing baffle plates in the exhaust system of a motor vehicle

rubber silencer, bumper

A resilient part, such as a rubber button, attached to the stop on a doorframe to reduce noise caused by slamming of the door.
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How many more people would have been injured or died at the congressional softball practice if a silencer had been used?
Critics are concerned that silencers could make mass shootings, such as the Sunday massacre in Las Vegas, more deadly.
In order to design a silencer to perform at 85 dB, the safety valve exit noise is to be calculated, say 130 dB.
Transferring a silencer means applying for a transfer application, and that can take months.
Sig's lawsuit also asks the court to declare that its device is not intended only for use in making a silencer and to grant it costs, attorneys' fees and "other relief .
Brian Connolly went on trial on Thursday based on evidence that showed his DNA was inside the thread of a screw-in silencer found amongst a cache of arms in Walton.
Even gun silencers or suppressors are illegal in the country and even policemen are prohibited from using them, according to the SPD chief.
Edition with Dual Silencer design to improve acoustics and cooling
Paul Woods, aged 22, received a nine-year sentence at Birmingham Crown Court for possession of a hand gun with a silencer that was found loaded with live ammunition.
According to a letter that contains remarks from an ATF official, Chore Boy household scrubbers can be considered a component of a gun silencer and.
Another common analysis requiring an integrated 1D/ 3D pulsation analysis alongside the mechanical analysis is the design of screw compressor silencer bottles.