SilencerCo documented a recent Alaskan bear hunt they had the opportunity to take and have put together this video to highlight their return to the wild.
Alleviating the need to waste time and extra money swapping out barrels, Smith & Wesson cuts out the middleman with the new suppressor ready M&P22 Compact.
Did you hear a gunshot? Me neither. This clip is an oldie but a goodie. It never fails to amazing us just how simple yet effective some of these little devices can get.
Just three weeks after UPS reiterated its policy against accepting NFA-compliant suppressors for shipment, the company has reversed its course.
Minnesota became the 40th state to allow civilian ownership of National Firearms Act compliant firearms suppressors with Gov. Dayton’s signature last week.
Industry groups are working with United Parcel Service to reverse its recent decision to no longer ship registered Title II suppressors, even in cases where the items are going from dealer to dealer.
SIG Silencers is now officially open for business. Their long-anticipated suppressors are currently shipping and will retail for less than you’d expect.
A trial date has been set for determining whether or not a Sig Sauer muzzle device is a silencer like federal regulators say or a muzzle brake as the company claims.
SureFire claims it’s the “quietest .30-caliber suppressor on the market” for 300 BLK, and it happens to be rated for 5.56 NATO up to .300 Winchester Magnum.
In response to the promise of a veto from Gov. Mark Dayton, the majority Democrat Minnesota Senate passed a measure to repeal the ban on otherwise legal suppressors in the state by a 40-23 vote Thursday.