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Synonyms for suppress

Synonyms for suppress

to bring to an end forcibly as if by imposing a heavy weight

to keep from being published or transmitted

to hold (something requiring an outlet) in check

Synonyms for suppress

come down on or keep down by unjust use of one's authority

control and refrain from showing

put out of one's consciousness

reduce the incidence or severity of or stop

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Suppressors are legal in 42 states, though they are regulated under the National Firearms Act and therefore are treated like other speciality gun accessories, including requiring a background check and a $200 (Dh734) tax.
That's how centerfire suppressors stay clean: They run so hot they burn out the left-behind whatever.
CMMG has introduced its all-new DefCan suppressor line for a wide range of firearm platforms and calibers to accommodate hunters, sport shooters and those focused on personal defense.
However, some stuff can be viscerally unpleasant or even corrode the guts of your suppressor. Nowadays Inland Manufacturing offers dB Suppressor Foam--it's designed to be tidy, easy-to-use, safe, and effective.
"The mated high-volume suppressor works in tune with the ported barrel and produces amazing suppression quality, even for a blowback carbine.
Most testing showed suppressors lower the noise to 130 to 145 dB.
Due to the strict regulatory requirements governing the sale of suppressors, Smith and Wesson expects the integration and ramp up of Gemtech products to take place gradually over the balance of its current fiscal year.
Gemtech has been there from the very beginning and their suppressors are built using actual science rather than the consultation of chicken entrails.
The shooting experience was uneventful insofar as there were no malfunctions with any ammo, in any of the pistols, with or without a suppressor mounted (I tested four suppressors from Gemtech and Thompson Machine).
Unknown to most Americans, suppressors were not made a National Firearms Act (NFA) regulated item because they are the favored tool of assassins and spies.
But, a sauna that produces some exemplary suppressors. Located in Titusville, SLR Rifleworks makes, among other rifle items, the Aero suppressor.
Suppressors, first invented in 1975 by Hamish Small, are used in ion chromatography (IC) to convert the eluent to a weakly dissociated form so the analyte ions can be detected with high sensitivity.
Anion configurations are available with low-, medium- or high-capacity suppressors. A peristaltic pump or a dosino for suppressor regeneration are also options.
Sound suppressors can be manufactured in Massachusetts, and public servants can use them under color of their office, but law-abiding Americans cannot possess the same under their constitutional rights.