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.
Yankee Hill Machine's new Nitro 30 Suppressor is a versatile, multi-purpose suppressor perfect for any shooter.
A cull deer hunt in Texas proves the worth of these SilencerCo best-in-class hunting suppressors.
There are many good reasons to add a suppressor to a home defense gun, and not too many arguments against.
The company known for quieting down guns is making big noises in the industry with the Maxim pistol, the first integrally suppressed 9mm handgun, and other product innovations for 2016.
Many people are confused when purchasing a suppressor because they assume a suppressor’s caliber has to match the weapon’s caliber. In reality, you don’t necessarily care about caliber with suppressors.
Many shooters express concerns with POI, or Point of Impact, shift when using a suppressor. Unfortunately, a lot of people aren’t 100 percent sure what that is, even though it’s a very simple concept.
On the cusp of SHOT Show 2015 SilencerCo kicked off the party with the release of its Omega silencer, designed for the baddest full-autos - but more than capable of quieting any semi-auto or bolt gun in .30 cal. as well.
Currently, Texans can use suppressors for firearms hunting of feral hogs, coyotes, and nuisance animals, with the proper authorization to own and purchase suppressors, of course. But suppressor use in the Lone Star State could be expanded and soon. “The Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission is considering a rule that would allow the use...