NEW RELEASE: The Dead Air Armament Odessa-9

After weeks of teasing us on social media with coded messages and Cold War imagery, the evil geniuses at Dead Air Armament are ready to announce their latest release. Dubbed the Odessa-9, the Utah-based crew’s new silencer is ultra slim, modular and purpose built for pistol use.At 1.1 inches, the 9mm pistol suppressor is just slightly larger than a typical rimfire can. However it’s biggest feature is configurability: with 11 baffle sections and booster housing, the Odessa can go from super compact to super quiet depending upon your mood mission

Because the Odessa-9 is so slim, there is no need to swap the factory pistol sights for suppressor height sights. Even so, the Odessa is capable of a 39 dB reduction using all 11 sections. Spec’d out at just over 10 ounces and made from 17-4 stainless steel, pricing and availability has yet to be determined at of the date of this publication. Additional details can be found below.


Dead Air Armament Odessa-9

Dead Air Armament Odessa-9

Dead Air Armament Odessa-9

About The Dead Air Odessa-9

The Odessa-9 is the most modular and adaptable pistol suppressor ever manufactured. Built for accuracy and ultimate versatility, its super low profile allows the shooter to see more of the target without obscuring the sight picture, and fit any role from ultra-compact to ultra-suppression.

Every detail of the traditional handgun suppressor was scrutinized. From unneeded volume and excess material, to components that loosen when they shouldn’t. The Odessa-9 has been optimized to provide incredible performance in a tiny, adaptable, and robust package. Every machined component of the suppressor is made from 17-4 PH stainless steel to bring ultimate strength and performance to the product.

The Odessa Baffle System

The ODESSA-9 baffle system provides ultimate versatility and performance. It contains a total of 11 baffles with a specific order. Note that each baffle is numbered. The lower the number, the tighter the bore and the closer it is to the rear of the suppressor (firearm muzzle side). This reduces the possibility of bullet strikes on baffles if a bullet does not travel true to the bore path. Always stack the baffles in an ascending order from the Booster Cylinder to the Front Cap.

About Dead Air

Dead Air Armament was co-founded by one of the industry’s true icons, Mike Pappas, and is supported through distribution and manufacturing by BPI Outdoors, an industry leader in OEM firearms component manufacturing. The goal of our company is simply to make the best firearm sound suppressors on the market. Every suppressor is manufactured in Lawrenceville, GA, USA, by American craftsman utilizing the finest materials. As Mike says, “We wouldn’t have it any other way. We want the best products, made by Americans for Americans.” That said, it’s our customers that make our products possible and we appreciate each and every one of you that have supported us.