The NFA Review Channel goes in-depth on Armtac’s very compact (just 1-ounce in titanium versions) “keychain-sized” Covert rimfire suppressor.
The VSO Gun Channel pits two working full-fun submachine guns against each other that were commonly encountered in Southeast Asia in the 1960s and 70s: the S&W 76 and MAT-49.
The Gunny and pro shooter Kirsten Joy Weiss team up to dice some fruit salad via 9mm handy chops in the form of a pair of rare Australian sub guns.
The nation’s largest gun control group used the fifth anniversary of a fired Los Angeles police officer’s actions to stump against partial suppressor deregulation.
It looks like Ohio-based Ithaca Gun Company may be about to join the cool kids by marketing a line of NFA-compliant “firearms” that steer clear of a tax stamp.
Big gun expert Bob Bigando shows us the products and companies that he liked best at SHOT Show 2018 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The Utah-based suppressor powerhouse has a new fully welded, full-auto rated multicaliber can with no barrel restrictions ready to accommodate everything from .22 Hornet to .300 WM.
The Massachusetts-based Yankee Hill Machine Company said they wanted to offer customers an option to buy one suppressor that covers a variety of calibers rather than be stuck with one built for a single caliber.
Utah-based OSS Suppressors introduced their new Helix Quick Disconnect silencers at SHOT Show in Las Vegas last week, a short time after announcing a price reduction on the remaining inventory of their formative models.
ATF closed the public comment period on bump stocks Thursday as it prepares to reexamine the controversial device’s classification under federal law.