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SOFIC 19 – Lightweight Assault Machine Gun Suppressor by KAC

Knight’s has introduced a dedicated Suppressor for their LAMG. It comes as an assembly consisting of barrel and thread-on suppressor.

It utilizes Pressure Reduction Technology which is forward venting so it doesn’t push gas into the shooter’s face and doesn’t change the cyclic rate.

www.knightarmco.com

8 Responses to “SOFIC 19 – Lightweight Assault Machine Gun Suppressor by KAC”

  1. Tyler Durden says:

    Wow that’s awesome, so you copied OSS basically

    • Jack_L says:

      Absolutely not.

    • Jack_L says:

      We used a completely different approach to solve the issue, and it’s a sustained fire machinegun suppressor.

    • Stephen says:

      Wow, without even seeing more than a side profile pic you came to that conclusion? Pressure Reduction Tech. = OSS????? Man people like you just need to refrain from saying anything period, let alone to one of the finest rifle designers/makers on the planet. Your level of competency is showing hard here Tyler, derp to derp…!

  2. Matt in Oklahoma says:

    I’d still have my hearing if we’d a had this

  3. Aono says:

    So is the barrel integral with suppressor or is the suppressor thread on with adjustable gas?

    • Aono says:

      To clarify – Ian on Forgotten weapons said the suppressor solution had been to swap to a barrel with integral suppressor, was he mistaken or is that just a third option?

      • charlie says:

        I believe it’s integral in the sense that you are meant to swap out the barrel and suppressor as one unit, rather than having an adjustable gas block on the rifle. But the suppressor can thread off for maintenance or replacement of the barrel or suppressor if needed.

      • charlie says:

        I believe it’s integral in the sense that you are meant to swap out the barrel and suppressor as one unit, rather than having an adjustable gas block on the rifle. But the suppressor can thread off for maintenance or replacement of the barrel or suppressor if needed.

      • charlie says:

        I believe it’s integral in the sense that you are meant to swap out the barrel and suppressor as one unit, rather than having an adjustable gas block on the rifle. But the suppressor can thread off for maintenance or replacement of the barrel or suppressor if needed.