The New HUB Compatible HUXWRX Ventum 762 Flow-Through Silencer [TriggrCon 2023]

Luke C.
by Luke C.

James Reeves is back at TriggrCon 2023 with HUXWRX Safety to check out their new Flow-Through suppressor, the HUB-compatible Ventum 762. Many people recognize the benefits of running a flow-through suppressor but one of the former major drawbacks of the HUXWRX suppressor environment was that you were married to their mounts. The Ventum 762 is the first HUB-compatible suppressor from HUXWRX and is compatible with other major manufacturers’ universal thread 1-3/8 x 24 mounting systems meaning you’ll be able to use the Ventum with your existing mounting system.

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Luke C.
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  • HemingwaysBeard HemingwaysBeard on Sep 28, 2023

    This will help when it comes to using a Hux on an AK. Otherwise you got to rocksett the Hux QD mount to the barrel.

  • Andrew Andrew on Sep 28, 2023

    First off, I’m excited about this.

    However, in the video, the dude mentions the toxicity of hydrogen cyanide and carbon monoxide. Typical of pretty much all Hux marketing, this is a bit misleading. With those two chemicals, if you don’t die outright, you’re probably fine, and they aren’t generated in large enough amounts for that.

    There are of course other substances that are concerning for long term exposure.

    I find it curious that they went for a titanium core with a 17-4 tube. Seems backwards.