Dead Air Armament. What can we say? These guys know silencers. Their user-serviceable rimfire Mask suppressor is proof. This .22 can impresses in every way imaginable and is a definite must-add to your growing silencer collection. With Mike Pappas,
Todd Magee, and Gary Hughes at the helm, did you really expect anything less?
The Georgia-based Dead Air crew brings a wealth of designing know-how to the table each and every time they collaborate. Using the best materials available ensures their cans are built Dead Air durable. Without question, the Mask does these dudes (and the entire industry) proud.
Sporting a strong combination of titanium (tube) and stainless steel (baffles, endcaps), the Mask is a dependable direct-thread option in the rimfire category. This special blend of build materials allows for a light (6.6 ounces), yet high-performing .22 design. Speaking of baffles, the ingenious Dead Air minds employ a compressed-K configuration in this silencer, which allows for top-notch sound suppression and inaudible first-round pop in the Mask’s compact, maneuverable package (5.1”). Rated from .17HMR to .22Mag, this bad boy welcomes all ammo challengers. And after being run hard at the range, its ease of disassembly will amaze. Go ahead, give the Mask your best shot.