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Dead Air Armament Reveals Odessa-9 Handgun Suppressor

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Dead Air Armament has been teasing an impending release on its social media channels for the past few weeks; the Georgia-based company has finally spilled the beans, unveiling its brand new Odessa-9 suppressor. This thing boasts next-level modularity with 11 different baffles. It also features a 17-4 PH stainless steel construction; one-inch tube; and a QPQ black nitride finish. More info from the company can be found below:

The Odessa-9 features a 1.1″ tube, allowing you to fully utilize your stock sights. That’s right, the Odessa-9 is almost as small as our Mask. It is also fully modular and can be shot in multiple configurations. 11 to be exact (well, 12 if you don’t use ANY baffles). If you stack only four baffles you’ll be close to, or below, hearing safe levels with subsonic ammunition. Stack on the full 11 baffles and we’ve hovered just shy of 122dB with HUSH subsonic ammo. With the smaller tube and this much modularity, your suppressed handgun life just got easier. 

The Odessa-9 is compatible with legacy pistons such as those from Silencerco and Rugged Suppressors.

Dead Air’s Odessa-9 is priced at $899. See the specs below.

For more from Dead Air Armament, go to deadairsilencers.com.

Dead Air Odessa-9

  • Rating: 9mm
  • Length (With Piston / Without): 8.59″ / 8.50″
  • Weight (With Piston & Spring / Without): 10.6 oz. / 8.75 oz.
  • Diameter: 1.1 in.
  • Finish: Black Nitride
  • Min. Barrel Length: No restrictions
  • MSRP: $899
  • Pistons: 1/2×28, M13.5X1 LH
  • Fixed Mounts: TBD

The post Dead Air Armament Reveals Odessa-9 Handgun Suppressor appeared first on Tactical Life Gun Magazine: Gun News and Gun Reviews.

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