A. No blast chamber. Blast chambers create blow back which increases need for maintenance. APD Suppressors are designed to require little or no maintenance and never has a first round pop.
B. Perimeter by-pass circulates blast energy around the circumference. This removes blast energy and entraps energy, not debris, reducing the need for maintenance.
C. No welds. Thermal cycling causes loosening of components in traditional suppressors. APD suppressors maintain consistent accuracy throughout product life.
D. Approximately five times more surface area of traditional baffle design- more effective area for suppression.
E. Asymmetric chambers force a tortuous path dispersing blast energy and gas pressure around the circumference.
F. Throat-less design- No throat to erode. No negative impact on performance or product life.
G. CofE (co-efficient) is optimized-no bore change thus retaining accuracy at greater temperature.
H. Vacuum thread. Suppressor heat doesn’t transfer to the barrel.
A. Blast chamber captures debris and gas turbulence creating need for cleaning and maintenance. First round "POP".
B. Baffle designs create a debris dump increasing surface area, but also increasing weight and the need for routine maintenance.
C. Welds loosen over time diminishing performance and accuracy. Accuracy will change over the life of the product.
D. Limited surface area causing decreased performance.
E. Megaphone design creates undesirable acoustic phenomena.
F. Throated design creates corrosive point of contact with every round fired. Performance is impacted as is product longevity.
G. N/A on traditional designs
H. N/A on traditional designs