My friend Andrew H. is building a clone of the Knight’s M110 rifle and this is the suppressor that goes with it. Size matters and in this case the Knight’s M110 is rather virile.
Here is the M110 SASS rifle.
Here it is with the suppressor atttached.
Why is the M110 suppressor so long? Here is an explanation from SilencerShop.
In addition to effective flash and sound suppression (28 dB), the M110 silencer employs an attachment method that separates the locking parts from the mounting surfaces, thus reducing pesky carbon build-up. Its consistent point-of-impact shift is maintained through repetitive lock-up of the mounting hardware during attachment.