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TWANGnBANG declares Dead Air Mask suppressor “bolt gun rock star”

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TWANGnBANG declares Dead Air Mask suppressor “bolt gun rock star”

Dead Air .22LR suppressor receives high praise after rigorous testing

Lawrenceville, Ga. (August 2015) – Dead Air Armament is proud to announce that, after much testing and evaluation, YouTuber TWANGnBANG was thoroughly impressed with the sound suppression abilities of Dead Air’s new Mask suppressor and declared it a “bolt gun rock star.”

“(2015) has been called the ‘Year of the Silencer’ because of all the great new companies and cans coming to market. The Dead Air Mask was the one can I most wanted to get my hands on, and its excellent performance was worth the anticipation,” said Cameron Martz, of TWANGnBANG fame.

The Dead Air Mask suppressor is constructed of titanium and stainless steel, has a Cerakote finish and easily disassembles for cleaning. It weighs in at 6.3 ounces, is 5.25 inches long and 1.070 inches in diameter. It can be used for direct thread applications and is rated for .22LR up to 5.7×28. It’s also backed by a no-questions-asked lifetime warranty. It retails for $499.00.

“It sounded good on my 10/22 and it sounded really good on my 22/45, but it blew me away on my bolt gun. It’s a boltgun rock star! It was nice shooting it at the range, but I can’t wait to get my Mask out of NFA jail and shoot it right here in my backyard with my daughter. Seriously, it’s quieter than her Daisy BB gun,” said Martz.

The Mask, when tested on a 4.4 inch pistol, reduced the decibel level from 154.6 to 115.1 for a total decibel reduction of 39.5dB. When tested on a 16.1 inche rifle, it reduced the decibel level from 140.1 to 115.8 for a total decibel reduction of 24.3dB.

“Another thing that I was really impressed with was the negligible point of impact shift. I experienced about an 1/8th of an inch downward shift and zero left and right shift. My bolt gun is a tack driver, and the Mask turned out to be a great match,” remarked Martz.

For more information on Dead Air Armament and their line of suppressors, please visit www.deadairsilencers.com or join the conversation on social media.

To stay up-to-date with the latest firearm and bow reviews, subscribe to TWANGnBANG’s YouTube Channel or follow him on Facebook and Twitter.

About TWANGnBANG:
TWANGnBANG is a YouTube channel headed by a well-armed, research minded enthusiast who tests and evaluates bows, guns and other cool stuff. TWANGnBANG evaluates gear with the purpose of learning how things work and as a result the videos are equal parts redneck and science. TWANGnBANG has been active on YouTube since 2012 and currently has over 185,000 subscribers.

About Dead Air Armament:
Dead Air Armament is a division of Sound Moderation Technologies®, a North Carolina company designing, patenting, and marketing the next generation in sound suppressor systems for civilian sportsmen, law enforcement, security and the military. Dead Air products are manufactured and distributed by BPI Outdoors.

Media Contact:
Laura Burgess Marketing
E: laura@lauraburgess.com
P: (252) 288-5805
www.lauraburgess.com

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November 16, 2015 at 5:11 am, Boyd Haugen said:

I have a .300 Win Mag Nemo ASP. Which muzzle break and suppressor do you recommend? What is the price for each?

Thanks,

Boyd Haugen

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November 16, 2015 at 3:16 pm, Dead Air Armament said:

Either the Sandman-S or Sandman-L will work, they are both rated up to .300WM; MSRP can be viewed on our Product page. As for muzzle brake, you’ll need one threaded 5/8×24.

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