The Utah-based suppressor company on Wednesday announced they are suspending sales in three states over concerns about local laws against their moderated muzzleloader.
Immediately after the release of their .50-caliber primitive weapon complete with a sound moderator, SilencerCo blitzed social media with information on the quiet smoke pole.
Promising a world of suppressors in every state without the hassles of National Firearms Act requirements, SilencerCo on Tuesday unveiled the Maxim 50.
Gregg Ritz of Outdoor Channel’s Hunt Masters rolls holds class on smoke poles in an in-depth new video series produced by Thompson/Center Arms.
Two new additions to the NRA’s National Firearms Museum in Fairfax, Virginia, are a pair of neat old Russian guns with a very U.S.-connection.
Hickok45 finds a thing of beauty in a black powder muzzle loading side-by-side shotgun sans tax stamp.
Curious after filling up on post-apocalyptic shows, the Deuce and Guns channel hand loaded some .300BLK cartridges with black powder to see what happens.
Swiss-born British gunmaker Durs Egg built a number of breech-loading flintlocks using the system invented by clockmaker Giuseppe Crespi. Would you like to know more?
Ongoing construction this year in Lawrenceville near the location of the historic Allegheny Arsenal has kept Army explosive ordnance disposal teams busy.
Hickok45 reaches out for a .44 that has well over a hundred years of use on it but is just getting broken in.