HUXWRX Safety Company, formerly known as OSS Suppressors, has earned every right to say ‘I told you so’ to a large swath of the suppressor industry. While they may not have been the first, HUXWRX has been the champion of reduced back pressure technology via their trademarked Flow-Through system. One of the aspects of the design that may have been holding back some potential customers has just changed with the addition of the VENTUM 762 rifle suppressor that is compatible with universal 1.375×24 mounting devices. Shooters who want HUXWRX tech paired with their preferred muzzle devices now have a HUB-outfitted rifle suppressor ready to go out of the box.
I have the VENTUM 762 in-house and will debut it on this weekend’s Silencer Saturday. Check out the details below for more information.
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HUXWRX VENTUM 762 – Specifications
COMPATIBLE FLOW: HUXWRX Introduces the VENTUM 762 HUB Suppressor
Evolution at its finest—the VENTUM 762 brings HUB compatible Flow-Through® technology to the next level. Named for its function, this new HUXWRX suppressor makes 5.56, 6.5, and 7.62 calibers a “breeze”. With a removeable 3D-printed Grade 5 Titanium core and 17-4 stainless steel suppressor housing, the VENTUM 762 is easily serviceable and provides all the benefits of true Flow-Through® technology including toxic fume mitigation, improved sound performance, and excellent repeatability. Full-auto rated and direct thread ready, this multi-caliber suppressor is versatile with a detachable GeoFlash® cap and comes ready to accept universal HUB and Stiction mounting systems. The universal HUB mounting system will allow adapters such as Xeno, KeyMo, and ASR, plus other approved mounting systems. It is cross-platform functional and ideal for bolt and lever action, centerfire, submachine gun, bullpup, and AK platforms.
With the Flow-Through® design no significant modifications to the platform or gas system are required to install or operate this suppressor.
Flow-Through® technology cycles and redirects expanding gases in a helical pattern away from the bore-line, through the front of the suppressor, and away from the shooter’s face, eyes, and lungs.
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