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    OSS Suppressor strip down

    Does anyone else own an OSS suppressor? Do you have a have pic of the internals fully disassembled?

    I have the OSS TAV-SD (BPR1200/SRM6). I have disassembled to this point but I think it breaks down further?
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    Any pics, diagrams, instructions would be helpful.
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    Got one more layer stripped down in the SRM.
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    Nevermind. Figured it out.
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    That thing is funky. How do you like it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rookie View Post
    That thing is funky. How do you like it?
    Best suppressor I own. The YouTube videos from OSS are not hype or BS. It works as described, period.
    My 5.56 Tavor with can is much more quiet than my un-suppressed 10/22. In fact, it sounds like a nail gun.

    They are however, not inexpensive. Even if I had not gotten such a deal on this one, I would still buy it again...but it would have taken me much longer to come up with the $$$. But YES, I would buy it again, without hesitation.
    Last edited by STFU; 10-01-2016 at 22:05.
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    I just picked up a Helix. I will be putting it on my meter and reporting the numbers in a future video. I like the concept, I will say they're attachment method to the rifle leaves much to be desired. I hear they're working on a QD solution that simplifies the process. It seems to be quality and it does reduce back pressure. How much is difficult to measure but it is noticeable to me. I will also put it on the thermal and test it against a peer like the Omega to see if it truly reduces heat build up as well.

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    Since the Helix is a Gen 5 (and mine is a Gen 4) I am interested in what you come up with.
    The more I shoot with it on, the more I like it. I especially like not having so much blowback gas in my face compared to other suppressors I have tried. That might just be my favorite thing about the OSS.
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    I've been desperate for one of these but, I have a YHM titanium. Mine sits at 13oz, which changes my POI minimally. I wish these guys would make a lighter titanium version, I would buy them in bulk if they did !
    Quote Originally Posted by STFU View Post
    Best suppressor I own. The YouTube videos from OSS are not hype or BS. It works as described, period.
    My 5.56 Tavor with can is much more quiet than my un-suppressed 10/22. In fact, it sounds like a nail gun.

    They are however, not inexpensive. Even if I had not gotten such a deal on this one, I would still buy it again...but it would have taken me much longer to come up with the $$$. But YES, I would buy it again, without hesitation.
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    K, thats pretty cool. While I'm not in the market, I'd love to talk a friend into buying one so I could play with it.. Thanks for posting!
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    Finally got this broken down as far as it will go...
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