My bad, the flaking off comment was what a SilencerShop employee told a user on Snipers Hide.
This is all in the description on your website:
"If you're a light-to-medium duty suppressor user who is looking for a flexible 7.62mm suppressor, the Omega is a good pick." Odd comment as the Omega is a full auto rated can.
"SilencerCo was able to make the Omega so light by wrapping a paper-thin layer of titanium around a stainless steel baffle stack & a Stellite blast baffle." Its not paper thin.
"Because the outer titanium tube is too thin for welding, SilencerCo relied on gluing the core into the tube instead" Its not too thin for a weld and its not held on by glue. It was designed to be serviceable by the manufacturer so the sleeve (part with the serial number) is threaded on with a rocksett type thread locker and also held in place by the front cap. It cannot come apart while the suppressor is assembled or in use.
"Once again, SilencerCo led the pack by keeping the Omega as light as possible for low-to-medium volume shooters - instead of focusing on a durable/easily warrantied outer tubes like other manufacturers had been focused on." Again, that's funny that a full auto rated can is for low-mid volume shooters. The whole damn thing was designed to be tough, modular, and easily warrantied.
Those are the comments I was talking about. It wasn't just an inaccurate description, it was a jab at SiCo.