OSS Releases HX Mag Suppressor

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posted on January 17, 2017
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Operators Suppressor Systems LLC (OSS) introduced the third addition to its HELIX line: the HX MAG. Built with OSS's patented Flow-Through technology, the HX MAG is an integrated flush-mount suppressor and is full-auto rated.

Shorter, lighter, cleaner and quieter, the HX MAG is 8.37 inches long, weighs 25 ounces and delivers "hearing safe" sound reduction, including on select .338 rifles.

The HX MAG is constructed with stainless steel, cobalt and titanium, and mounts with OSS's STS-Muzzle Brake, a suppressor mount and fully functioning muzzle brake that self-tightens during fire.

"We're excited about the new HX MAG and how it performs for a wide range of calibers and platforms. From 5.56 up to .338, and for hard to suppress platforms like AKs, M1A/M14s and Gallils, the HX MAG does it all," said VP of Sales and Marketing Chris Estadt. "And it's optimized for large-bore precision bolt action rifles as well."

The suggested retail price on the new HX MAG is $1,595.

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