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Suppress

To stop something or someone; to prevent, prohibit, or subdue.

To suppress evidence is to keep it from being admitted at trial by showing either that it was illegally obtained or that it is irrelevant.

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At 13.5 ounces, it is not the most portly suppressor on the market.
So, I would like to offer the counter that a ban on suppressors nationwide would not lower any gun violence and that by encouraging gun owners to use them helps reduce the risk of hearing loss of not only themselves but bystanders.
This allows you to thread on another device by hand over the flash suppressor and securely lock it into place.
The Micro Suppressor offers three additional benefits worth mentioning: the ability to de-cock the string without firing a shot, the ability to de-string in the field without a bow press and a lifetime transferable warranty.
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.
Zhao, "TSGene 2.0: an updated literature-based knowledgebase for Tumor Suppressor Genes," Nucleic Acids Research, vol.
Size and effectiveness in a sound suppressor are conflicting characteristics and the GM9 and GM45 are designed to cut the racket markedly while still remaining small enough for tight spaces.
To allow you to properly aim over the suppressor tube, CZ installs taller sights, front and rear, on each pistol of the Urban Grey line, and they have tritium inserts for low-light use.
Although the advantages in protecting one's hearing and aiding alertness in the field are undeniable, the cost of a good suppressor is prohibitive and the application process onerous and expensive.
The front cap, the least-stressed part of a suppressor, is made of 6061, but it is turned from bar stock, and both it and the tube are given the proper Type III hardcoat anodizing, and finished with the same nickel acetate sealant that your properly-made AR receivers get.
In general terminology, upstream SPD is usually called "arrester", while SPD located near equipment (as standalone device) is usually called "suppressor".
Thermo Fisher Scientific's Thermo Scientific Dionex ERS 500 Electrolytically Regenerated Suppressor is a significant leap in electrolytic suppressor product design.