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Review: Dead Air Odessa-9 Suppressor

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by Andy Massimilian – Monday, March 25, 2019

“Internal volume is a determinant of a suppressor’s noise reduction, and Dead Air’s engineers compensated for this loss of space over conventional-diameter suppressors in a few key areas. Dual O-rings surround the piston to capture gas leakage in this main area, while the bore diameter of each clipped-cone baffle is tighter and closer to the muzzle. The design is tubeless to conserve volume and the Odessa-9’s maximum length is 8.6 inches—slightly longer than comparably effective, 1.375-inch-diameter units.”

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