Say Hello to Dead Air Armament’s New Flash Hider and Goodbye to “Ping”

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Dead Air Flash Hider
Dead Air’s New Flash Hider
Dead Air Armament
Dead Air Armament

Lawrenceville, Ga. ( – Dead Air Armament™ is proud to announce its brand new Flash Hider mount for the Sandman™ series of suppressors is now a part the Dead Air product family.

“We’ve all experienced it; shooting in low-light situations without a flash hider is just miserable and shooting with a flash hider that produces a tuning fork-like ping after every shot is well… annoying. At Dead Air we’re all about the comfort of the shooter. If you’ve liked the comfort and the sweet, sweet silence of our suppressors, you’re really going to like what you’ll see, or should I say, won’t see, or hear with our new Flash Hider. So, say hello to our new Flash Hider and say goodbye to muzzle flash and ping,” said Mike Pappas, director of product development for Dead Air Armament™.

The Flash Hider has a unique patent pending design featuring mass shifted equal length tines. The end result is a Flash Hider that does not “ping.” Dead Air uses the same ultrahard black nitriding process on its Flash Hiders as it does on its muzzle brakes, ensuring that the Flash Hider is tough enough to handle whatever’s thrown at it. In addition to being tough as nails and eliminating muzzle flash, Dead Air’s new Flash Hider is quite a bit lighter than other Flash Hiders and makes for an excellent suppressor mount.

Dead Air stands behind its products with confidence and the Flash Hider is backed by Dead Air’s no questions asked lifetime warranty.

Flash Hider Specifications:

Thread 1/2×28, 5/8×24, M15x1
Length: 2.7″
Weight: 3.6 oz.- 4 oz.
MSRP $89.00
Dead Air Flash Hider
Dead Air Flash Hider

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About Dead Air Armament™: 

Dead Air Armament™ is a division of Sound Moderation Technologies™, a North Carolina company designing, patenting and marketing the next generation in sound suppressor systems for civilian sportsmen, law enforcement, security and the military.

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This is the type of flash hiders that was dropped already during the start of the Vietnam war due to that they to easily snagged on branches and so on. Not a good solution if you are planning on using it in the brush.