SilencerCo founder Josh Waldron spoke with Guns.com about his vision for the company’s integrally-suppressed Maxim 9 and its distribution schedule.
The suppressor industry was out in force at Knob Creek on Thursday at the Third Annual American Suppressor Association Media Day and Guns.com was there.
Knox Williams of the American Suppressor Association hopes to take the Hearing Protection Act all the way to the president.
The STEP-22LS receiver fits Ruger Mk-I, Mk-II, Mk-III and 22/45 pistols and features 1913 rails for mounting accessories as well as an integral suppressor.
Florence, Massachusetts-based Yankee Hill Machine is working with lobby groups and lawmakers to help make the Commonwealth a little quieter.
Citing a recent terror attack in the state, an Assembly Democrat is seeking to change how California classifies unfinished firearm frames or receivers.
Samy Mohamed Hamzeh entered the plea as his parents sat in the courtroom, his mother crying and reaching for him when he was later led out of the room.
While today we all go ga-ga for the SilencerCo Maxim 9, in WWII the commandos of the Office of Strategic Services used their own hushed up .22LR pistol.
Samy Mohamed Hamzeh originally planned to travel over seas and carry out an attack in Jordan, but later decided an attack in the U.S. would be better.
The suppressor maker is stepping into firearm production, displaying the improved version of their 9mm Maxim integrally suppressed handgun at SHOT Show 2016.