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flash suppressor

Device attached to the muzzle of the weapon which reduces the amount of visible light or flash created by burning propellant gases.
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500" (1/2") diameter so that a set screw type flash suppressor could be installed later.
With its mil-spec enhanced flared magazine well, salt bath nitride finish, Daniel Defense flash suppressor and a pistol grip finished with a glass filled polymer and soft touch overmolding, every detail demonstrates precision engineering specifically with the dedicated shooting enthusiastic in mind.
According to the auction site, the blaster is exactly in its original filming condition and therefore exhibits wear from use, but retains all of the original details, including the flash suppressor and scope, Fox News reported.
It has a removeable carry handle, a rear sight that's adjustable for windage and elevation, a dustcover, a flash suppressor, an adjustable stock and upper and lower aluminum receivers.
223 Bushmaster rifle rigged with a flash suppressor to conceal the source of fire, William Spengler, 62, crouched on an embankment behind a tree Monday while his car, home and the remains of his 67-year-old sister Cheryl were in flames.
It also drew a list of components - such as a detachable magazine or flash suppressor - that could -- from a legal standpoint -- upgrade a firearm to an assault weapon.
This revolutionary flash suppressor technology has also been fully integrated into the patented MICOR[R] M2HB .
Vortex(R) Flash Suppressor declared number one flash suppressor on the market
The rifle is equipped with a flash suppressor, two-stage trigger, ambidextrous safety and front and rear sight system.
It prohibited the production (not existing ownership) of such weapons, including those that had more than one demonized feature such as a bayonet lug, pistol grip or flash suppressor.
The rifle was discovered on Saturday - together with 28 bullets and a flash suppressor - wrapped in a plastic bag.
This is not the sort of difference that could support a regulatory or legislative distinction, like the "assault weapons" provisions in the 1994 Omnibus Crime Act, between functionally equivalent firearms based on such cosmetic attributes as possession of a pistol grip, flash suppressor, or bayonet lug.