Adaptable for specific applications, the Revolution 9 is like having multiple suppressors in one package.
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The top 9mm suppressor options to put a lid on your nine.
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With five variants covering a wide-spectrum of calibers, CMMG's DefCan Suppressor line is ready to hush up a lot of rifles.
The Recluse earned a patent for more than its sound-suppression capabilities; it also has the ability to make any round sub-sonic.
With a rifle built from premium parts and materials, Phoenix Weaponry quietly sneaks the .338-06 back into the spotlight.
Along with turning to some of the most cutting-edge materials, such as titanium and Inconel, Silent Legion suppressors are designed to perform over a vast spectrum of calibers and firearms.
Should you take apart your suppressor to clean it? The answer is yes/always for some and no/never for others. Knowing the answer for your suppressor can save you time, money and aggravation.
If you make a mistake mounting your new suppressor, you may not get a second chance. Putting the right one on correctly, and putting the right one on the compatible rifle, will avoid a busted suppressor, perhaps a broken rifle, and maybe even injuries to you or bystanders.
The basic designs of suppressors fall into two camps, and each is either sealed or user-serviceable. User-serviceable is the technical term for “take it apart and clean it.” The two camps are baffle stack and monocore.
A suppressor is designed for the caliber it’s meant to handle. Find out how to choose the best suppressor, especially if you want to use it on more than one gun.
Hanging nearly half to a full pound of metal off the muzzle of your gun is going to have an effect, but how exactly does a suppressor affect accuracy?
These 15 new shooting products are designed to help shooters get the most out of their firearms and save time and effort in the process.
The Daniel Defense Wave 7.62 is the Georgia-based company's first standalone suppressor, and one of the first in the industry to be entirely 3D printed.
Other than certain rounds specifically designed to work in conjunction with a suppressor, handloading for a gun outfitted with a can can be challenging… but not impossible.