The history of the modern day suppressor is an interesting one that has been heavily influenced by politics, media and misinformation.
This year manufacturers brought out a number of excellent new suppressors that are sure to excite a lot of shooters looking to quiet things down.
New technology in the field of thermal imaging and night vision equipment helps bring cutting-edge, user-friendly technology to shooters and hunters.
Rimfire suppressors represent a cost-effective way to jump into the suppressor game, but there are some things to keep in mind if you plan on owning one.
LaserLyte is now offering its V-MAG Grip Laser Sight for North American Arms .22 Magnum revolvers in a Pink Pearl option.
Quick-attach mounts are an excellent choice if you want to mount a single suppressor on multiple hosts, though there are some disadvantages.
LaserLyte offers the first-ever integral laser/light for the Taurus Curve, designed to improve the gun's accuracy potential in all lighting conditions.
The right optic, laser sight or flashlight makes the perfect addition to any AR, and it can be a tactical advantage in any defensive or combat scenario.
Yankee Hill Machine's new Nitro 30 Suppressor is a versatile, multi-purpose suppressor perfect for any shooter.