Hollywood aside, suppressors have real-world uses for everyday shooters. Here's a brief look at practical applications for suppressors.
In suppressed firearms, low back pressure technology offers multiple benefits. The Velos LBP offers optimal performance in a 5.56 suppressor.
Muzzle devices serve different purposes. What’s right for one firearm may be all wrong for another. The trick is knowing each gun’s purpose and why you want a specific muzzle device. Here’s a brief rundown on various muzzle device types, what they’re good for, and what they’re not.
The history of automatic rifles stretches back to the 19th century. Let’s look briefly at how automatic rifles evolved over the decades.
Almost all gunshots have a loud enough dB level that they're not considered "hearing safe." Silencers change everything.
Direct thread vs. ASR mounts, which is the better option for mounting your suppressor? Here's a look at how they compare, and a case study.
If you've been thinking about adding a suppressor to your hunting gun, you've come to the right place. Let's take a closer look at why and how hunting with a suppressor is such a good idea.
Titanium silencers offer an ideal balance of strength and weight, with impressive sound suppression. Here's how, and why, titanium works so well in suppressors.
Shooting a suppressor wet is a great way to maximize its performance. If cutting noise is the goal, it doesn't get better than this!
Submitting your fingerprints to the ATF is a critical step in acquiring a suppressor, so it’s important to understand both the “why” and “how” of the process. Here's why and how to get your fingerprints for the Form 4.
Celebrities have played a significant role in transforming suppressors from a niche to a mainstream safety device. Here are some of the most famous suppressor users.