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SKOCHKO, LEONARD W., AND HARRY A. GREVERIS - Silencers, Principles and Evaluations

Title: Silencers, Principles and Evaluations
Description: Department of the Army, Frankford Arsenal, 1968. 1st Edition Thus. Paperback. 1968 edition. A silencer, also known as a sound suppressor, suppressor or sound moderator, is a muzzle device that reduces the acoustic intensity of the muzzle report (sound of a gunshot) and the recoil, when a gun (firearm or air gun) is discharged, by modulating the speed and pressure of the propellant gas from the muzzle and hence suppressing the muzzle blast. Like other muzzle devices, a silencer can be a detachable accessory mounted separately onto the muzzle, or an integral part of the barrel.; Report R-1896; B&W Illustrations; 8.4 X 5.4 X 0.7 inches; 205 pages. Very Good with No dust jacket as issued .

Keywords: Firearms Military Supressor Military, Guns, Weapons, Technical Manuals, Gunsmithing, World War Ii

Price: US$ 11.97 Seller: A Book Legacy
- Book number: 62771

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