A Sneak Peek Into How Suppressors Are Born (VIDEOS)

SilencerCo recently dropped a video detailing some of the magic that goes into producing one of their Octane .45 suppressors. The Octane, one of the company’s most popular pistol cans, is made in 9mm, .45 and 45K variants using stainless steel CTA (Click Together Assembly) baffles.

While designed for semi-auto pistols, they work great on carbines and sub guns to include the H&K MP5 series.

If this has left you curious about the inner workings of a handgun suppressor and a desire to know more, the VSO Gun Channel covers Nielsen Devices/boosters aka a “linear inertial decoupler” in the below video.

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