With its modern design and budget price point, many would consider the High Standard HD more a throwback than a antique, yet it is still highly sought after today by collectors. It’s sneaky service history may be the reason why. Read more
On Monday, Wyoming Gov. Matt Mead signed a bill into law that allows hunters to use legally owned suppressors to hunt all game in the Cowboy State. Good move?
As the dust settled on the 2013 SHOT Show, I was back home sifting through hundreds of images and hours of video. Now, three weeks later, I’m beginning to see some of the more subtle trends. My favorite is the growing emphasis on threaded barrels. A silencer is a logical tool, and threaded barrels this year should mean more silencers to come. Read more
Find yourself hiding behind enemy lines, out numbered and in serious danger of having your cover blown by roving guard dogs? Well, if you’re a Navy SEAL, you reach for your “hush puppy”. Read more
We think we’ve identified the trend of this year’s SHOT Show. Major manufacturers like FNH,… Read more
Silencerco suppressors work. Their .22 Sparrow can reduce the noise of an automatic so much that all you really here is the clack of the action. But the buzz at the SHOT show is about something bigger. Their 5.56 Saker and the 7.62 Specwar. And the cans are living up to the hype. Read more
The Saker is one cool silencer, and designed as it is to last; it may become one of the most popular 5.56 suppressors on the market. Read more