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.
It was a simple lesson your mother most likely tried to instill in you at a young age — it's what's on the inside that counts. The sage advice not only proves wise when it comes to friends and significant others but also suppressors.
There are a number of cans out today that look as flashy as fireworks on the Fourth of July, but once on a muzzle prove to be just as noisy. That's because the company focused on dazzle, not dampening and didn't engineer what counts — the guts. If the baffles‘ geometry isn't correct and the stack is held to too loose tolerances, a suppressor's sound reduction will hover right around Mack Truck levels. On top of that, as it rattles around after every shot, it's going to feel like your gun is coming to pieces right in your hands.
As Luke Hartle shows in the above video, shooters don't have to stand for that level of sub-par design when there's the sure-shot choice of Silent Legion. The Gun Digest Editor-in-Chief chats with the premium suppressor manufacturer's Ed Schoppman about what his company brings to the table in the above video and, in short, it's impressive.
Along with turning to some of the most cutting-edge materials, such as titanium and Inconel, their suppressors are designed to perform over a vast spectrum of calibers and firearms. Additionally, Silent Legion has addressed the small stuff that puts their suppressors in a class of their own. One such example is the suppression retention system, which keeps all the can's components where they should be and the unit as tight as a drum.
Shooting suppressed doesn't come cheap. Silent Legion ensures that hard-earned money delivers.