To legally obtain a silencer, Americans must complete the steps required by the NFA. This is the history behind the process and what to expect when you buy a silencer.
The ATF Form 4 process is required to legally purchase a silencer. The process is mandated by federal law and by the ATF. Let's take a look at the process, and the wait times for approval from the ATF
Silencers or suppressors, does it matter what you call these devices? We’re here to answer your questions on the subject, and it all starts in 1902 with Hiram Maxim.
Yes, gun silencers make gun shots quieter, but not inaudible. Surprisingly, the real purpose of silencers is hearing protection. Here is how they work:
The SilencerCo Velos LBP is just what your 5.56 caliber semi and fully automatic firearms have been waiting for.
It's no secret that silencers offer multiple benefits to shooters. If you're like many others, you may be asking yourself, "Why should I buy a Silencer?" Here are ten reasons why.
Hunting with suppressors makes a heck of a lot of sense. Here are the reasons why, and a look at some good suppressors for hunting.
One of the world's most recognizable and sexy suppressors is now sexier and easier to use than ever. The Osprey 2.0 utilizes a push button locking system for quick indexing.
Will Dabbs muses about what 007 does for fun in this post about the Walther PPK/s .22 and SilencerCo Switchback 22.
Will Dabbs explains why the Omega 45K is the one-size-fits-all handgun suppressor solution.