In this episode of TFBTV, Hop tests the Taurus TX22 suppressed, and tests multiple types of subsonic ammo to find the best suppressor load. CCI Quiet Semi-Auto may live up to the name, but is it the best choice for use with a suppressor? Let’s find out! ««« PATREON GIVEAWAYS »»» TFBTV is giving away […]
Last month I was invited out to West Valley City, Utah to visit SilencerCo Headquarters. As an owner of some SilencerCo cans and a fan of their products, I was extremely eager to go check out where my cans were made. Also since I am now behind enemy lines in California, I would get to […]
As we have recently reported the US Army’s Next Generation Squad Weapons program has moved into its next phase, with three companies downselected, one of these was SIG Sauer, who had their NGSW prototypes on display at this year’s 2019 Defence & Security Equipment International (DSEI) exposition in London. TFB were on-hand to get our […]
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Building on the success of their Radial Delayed Blowback system, CMMG has just dropped a 10mm Banshee into their pistol and short barrel rifle product lineup. The new “best millimeter” gun joins thirteen other Banshee caliber and magazine options, ranging from .22LR through .458 SOCOM. The patented Radial Delayed Blowback system works to help reduce […]
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Every year the Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco Firearms and Explosives dishes out a handy report to grade the gun community on its performance. What I mean is that they’re releasing cold hard facts about how many guns we buy, import, sell, and manufacture. This year’s commerce numbers look like they’re coming up just a little […]
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Good evening everyone and thank you for joining us for a late edition of TFB’s Silencer Saturday. Last week we went into the world of adjustable gas blocks and offered up some insight by way of TFB staff favorites. This week we pay our respects the inventor and founder of the firearm silencer movement, Hiram […]
In 1965 the Finnish Army adopted the 7.62x39mm Valmet RK62, and it has been produced in volumes over 350,000 by Valmet and Sako in Finland. As with many “modern” firearms, the RK62s have been in need of upgrades and modernization, and after years of planning it is finally happening. One of the new versions is […]