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#41
[SHOT 2018] OSS Helical QD Silencers
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Published on Jan 24, 2018
In this episode of TFBTV, James speaks with OSS at SHOT Range Day about their 3-piece Gen 4 silencers and their new 1-piece Gen 5 Helical QD suppressors. They are lighter and several hundred dollars cheaper than the three-piece Gen 4.

From OSS's Website re: Helical SIlencers:

SUPERIOR BACKPRESSURE REDUCTION
Baffle suppressors block expanding gases from fired rounds. This increases barrel and chamber pressure as much as 350psi causing significant weapon malfunctions and toxic blowback into the shooter’s face.

OSS suppressors add less than 30psi to backpressure while redirecting and venting expanding and toxic gases forward out the muzzle and away from the shooters face.

REDUCED BOLT VELOCITY
As gas expands rapidly backward in operating systems using a baffle suppressor, bolt velocity (BV) increases as much as 22%. This negatively impacts weapon performance and shooting experience with increased felt recoil, muzzle rise, and multiple malfunctions.

OSS suppressors do not increase bolt velocity (on some platforms BV is actually reduced), and dramatically reduces felt recoil and malfunctions.

REDUCED FLASH SIGNATURE
Baffle suppressors do provide flash reduction, but they often create a first round plume and sound pop. And with extreme firing conditions, baffle suppressors have been shown to lose flash suppression effectiveness as heat and carbon buildup increase.

OSS suppressors effectively mitigate flash and sound signatures in all conditions and rates of fire.

REDUCED THERMAL SIGNATURE
Because baffle suppressors block expanding gases, the energy from rounds fired gets trapped causing high and prolonged heat and degraded suppressor life. Thermal gains spike quickly with semi-auto fire, and even faster with full-auto fire.

By allowing gas to expand and energy to transfer forward at a natural rate, OSS suppressors deliver effective thermal management with some models experiencing 70% lower temperatures than comparable baffle cans.

NO SOUND SUPPRESSION COMPROMISE
While it’s proven that OSS’s Flow-Through technology delivers superior backpressure, bolt velocity and heat reduction, some have questioned OSS’s ability to deliver hearing safe sound suppression comparable to the best baffle suppressors. With the same rifle type, ammo and weather conditions, we recently tested an OSS 5.56 suppressor against three of the leading 5.56 baffle cans. The results should silence any doubts.
 

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#42
New for 2018: KGmade Rogue Series Suppressors
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Published on Jan 27, 2018
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In this video we discuss the new Rogue series of multipurpose and precision centerfire silencers from our friends at KGmade Suppressors. We have collected metering data over the course of several months in various weather conditions and contrary to popular belief, data does change and can be quite misleading throughout the industry when comparing different silencers across the board. We'll be discussing this in a future video, regardless the data we collected at the shooter's ear during the filming of this video is posted below so you can get an idea of how well these different cans actually perform. The Rogue 30 and 338 come with your choice of muzzle device as well a branded Cole-TAC Metal Python suppressor cover making for a great value overall. Stay tuned, much more on the way.

ROGUE X: 7.25" Length, 12.5oz

CZ75 SP-01 Tactical:
147gr Southern Munitions 9mm, 137.2dB at ear
147gr Freedom Munitions HUSH, 135.3dB at ear

CZ Scorpion EVO 3:
147gr Southern Munitions 9mm, 140.8dB at ear
147gr Freedom Munitions HUSH, 137.6dB at ear

9" 300 Blackout AR-15:
220gr Subsonic, 134.5dB at ear

16" AR-15:
5.56x45mm M855 NATO Ball, 138.8dB at ear

20" Remington 700:
308 Win 175gr Match, 135.6dB

ROGUE 30: 9.5" Length, 15.5oz

20" Remington 700:
308 Win 175gr Match, 130.7dB at ear
(Dead Air Sandman-L for comparison, 133.8dB at ear same day)

ROGUE 338: 10.5" Length, 17.5oz

24" Desert Tech SRS Covert:
338 Lapua Magnum, 250gr Match, 136.6dB at ear

Data collected on a Larson Davis LXT Soundtrack meter, A-Weighted, using MIL-STD-1474D testing protocols at the shooter's right ear on 1/23/2017, 46-53° F, 38% relative humidity, 30.00 inHg pressure, 973 ft elevation.

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#43
Daniel Defense DD Wave 3D Printed Silencer
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Published on Mar 7, 2018
The DD Wave is a new silencer from Daniel Defense based on the concept of 3D printing or additive manufacturing. Sound Suppressors have long been limited in technology by traditional machining practices. With the integration of 3D printing, internal geometry can be achieved that would otherwise be very difficult to achieve. The can is constructed of a variety of metals including stainless steel and titanium; more in depth data can be obtained from Silencer Shop:

https://www.silencershop.com/daniel-d...
 

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#44
Q Trash Panda vs. Half Nelson .30 cal suppressors review
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Published on Apr 5, 2018
Hitting the range with Q's compact .30 caliber suppressors, the QD Trash Panda and the direct thread Half Nelson to pick a favorite. These all titanium cans are extremely lightweight and, thanks in part to their larger-than-usual 1.75" diameter, very quiet for their length.

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#45
"Declassified" 3D Printed SMG Silencers: The Delta P Brevis III for the H&K MP7 and SIG Rattler
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Published on Apr 7, 2018
In this episode of TFBTV, James reports from Nellis Air Force Base outside of Las Vegas and gets hands-on with the Delta P BREVIS III SMG silencers for the SIG Rattler in .300 Blackout and the H&K MP7. The Brevis III silencer is 3D printed and, according to Delta P, "surpasses conventional technology and meets the full range of NATO suppressor requirements. Based on the proven BREVIS II, the BREVIS III adds features to reliably suppress machine guns from the MP7 to the M2 BMG."

The BREVIS III suppressors are smaller, lighter, and more durable than typical machined silencers and are thus more readily able to resist extreme heat and pressure.

The titanium MP7 silencer is only 4.8in (120mm) long and weighs just 8.3oz (235g) with an average sound reduction of 1m to left of muzzle of 28.5dB. 4.6x30mm Fiocchi 40gr FMJ runs at a cyclic rate within approx. 10% of the unsuppressed rate.

The Rattler suppressor is made entirely of Inconel steels and offers similar performance, but weighs about 15 ounces. The additional heft of steel is needed to handle the more powerful .300BLK.

GUNS IN THIS VIDEO
- H&K MP7
- SIG Rattler
 

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#46
Silencer Cleaning (First Time): Lyman TurboSonic 6000 Performance Testing
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Published on Apr 15, 2018
This is the first time I have cleaned my Griffin Optimus Silencer after years of use. Today we are going to be testing the performance of an ultrasonic cleaner, the TurboSonic 6000 from Lyman products. To note, this is an all stainless steel sound suppressor, however We will also be cleaning the Rugged Obsidian, to show how to clean a partially aluminum can.

While this is an instructional video for silencers- this sonicator isn't just good for gun parts as it has several secondary functions (like a heater) that make it great for cleaning small car (automotive engine) parts like carburetors, Jewelry, and electronics. This device would be right at home in a laboratory as a piece of scientific lab equipment.

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#47
Guess we can flush the hearing protection act down the drain, always can use the old oil filter silencer
 

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#48
HK Mk23 Mod 0 OHWS with KAC Silencer
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Published on May 22, 2018
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The HK Mk23 Mod 0 pistol was adopted by USSOCOM as an Offensive Handgun Weapon System (OHWS). It went up against the Colt entry which is either known as the Colt SSP or Colt OHWS pistol. The Mk23 made by Hecker & Koch is a huge hunk of lovable polymer and steel that when coupled with the Knights Armament Mk23 silencer, it's truly my favorite suppressed .45 caliber pistol. You'll see why after watching this video.
 

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#49
Silencer VS Suppressor: What's the Difference?
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Published on May 23, 2018
What's the Difference between a silencer and a suppressor? There is a big misconception on these regulated NFA items (tax stamp, form 4, sin tax, unconstitutional background check), correcting people and infighting over terminology. It really serves no purpose. However, to set the record straight, most people are technically wrong with the use of the term suppressor over silencer.
 

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#51
What Causes Silencer POI Shift?
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Published on Jun 17, 2018
Taking a look at POI shift in silencers. What causes the point of impact to change when using a sound suppressor? In this instance we used the MK-47 Mutant in 7.62X39mm and the Rugged Surge to test how a premium can handles a loaded test and how to prevent this.

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Surge:
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