silencer

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silencer

(sī′lĕn-sĕr)
A sequence of base pairs in DNA that prevents the transcription of a gene.
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The G-core is remarkably lightweight, but to ensure reliable operation on a 1911 pistol a sound suppressor of any sort requires a Linear Inertial Decoupler (LID) or Nielsen device.
He has been studying sound suppression for a number of years and manufactures a line of sound suppressors that are simply the best I have ever tested.
Until recently, sound suppressors have always been the exclusive domain of clandestine special operations personnel who creep about under a full moon.
special operations personnel deployed SR-25 Match Rifles with screw-on-muzzle sound suppressors in Somalia.
While their external housings are still most often cylindrical in shape, the sound suppressors produced by today's design leaders (who are few and far between), such as AWC Systems Technology (Dept.
Machine guns, sound suppressors and other weapons in this category are all too often mistakenly referred to as "Class 3 firearms.
Cerakote H-Series coatings match the high level of performance of the Elite Iron sound suppressors.
It is quite effective in reducing-the recoil impulse and if you're not going to employ a sound suppressor, it's an absolute must in this caliber.