Dead Air Armament Sandman Suppressor Line Now Shipping

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posted on February 26, 2015
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Dead Air Armament, the suppressor company founded by Mike Pappas and distributed through BPI Outdoors, is proud to announce the 7.62 Sandman product line-up of suppressors is now shipping to distributors nationwide.

Dead Air launched the Sandman suppressor series in November of 2014 at the National Sporting Goods Wholesalers (NASGW) Expo and Annual Meeting. The 7.62 Sandman series includes the Sandman-S, Sandman-L and the Sandman-Ti models. The Dead Air QD system allows for easy one-hand removal in seconds and the easy-on and off design does not impact shift or loss of precision. The unique feature of the Dead Air Sandman design is the detachable front cap and integrated flash hider. Not only does it afford better performance, even in low light conditions, the front cap can easily be replaced trouble-free if damaged.

The Sandman-S (short) measures 6.8 inches and weighs 17.3 ounces and the Sandman-L (long) measures 8.9 inches and weighs 21.8 ounces. Both the Sandman S and L are made from Nitride-finished 17-4 stainless steel with 100 percent Stellite baffles. The Sandman-Ti is made with a Cerakote finished titanium tube with direct threads and the Dead Air detachable front cap.

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

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