SilencerCo’s New Omega 36M – A Can That Punches Outside Its Weight Class

Back in July, SilencerCo invited some media including The Firearm Blog to check out their factory and unveil a new suppressor. We were under embargo until today. SilencerCo is coming out with a new all-in-one suppressor called the Omega 36M. It is based on their Omega rifle can but it is modular. The Omega 36M […]

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SILENCER SATURDAY #98: The Lightweight SureFire SOCOM300-TI

SILENCER SATURDAY #98: The Lightweight SureFire SOCOM300-TIGood afternoon everyone and thanks for joining us for the 98th edition of TFB’s Silencer Saturday, brought to you by Yankee Hill Machine – home of the new YHM Resonator R2 and YHM Turbo T2 suppressors. Last week we discussed shotgun suppressors, specifically the SilencerCo Salvo 12 and their place in the firearms world. I didn’t […]

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Naval Surface Warfare Center looking to buy M110K1 6.5CM Upper Receivers from Knight’s Armament Co

Six Point Five Creedmoor – it’s not new, but expect to hear and read more about this caliber as the “Department of the Navy Office: Naval Sea Systems Command” is looking to buy MK110K1 uppers from Knight’s Armament Co. The upper is supposed to fit the M110K1 Semi-Automatic Sniper System (SASS), which can be seen in […]

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SILENCER SATURDAY #97: Shotgun Suppressors – Worth It?

SILENCER SATURDAY #97: Shotgun Suppressors - Worth It?Good morning everyone and thanks for joining us for the latest edition of TFB’s Silencer Saturday brought to you by Yankee Hill Machine – manufacturers of the new Resonator R2 with adaptable interface (additional information below). Last week we took you through the basics on how to buy a silencer; an important topic but admittedly […]

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New Multi-Caliber Sniper Weapon System for Swedish Armed Forces

The current sniper rifles in the Swedish Army are the PSG90 and the AG90. The AG90 is the Barret M82 in .50 BMG and the PSG90 is made by Accuracy International in .308 Win. The M82 is more of an anti-material rifle than a sniper rifle. After a lot of testing the Accuracy International L96A1 AW, […]

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Microtech Suppressors in the Wild

About this time of the year, in 2017, TFB announced that the Microtech Suppressors had been approved by the ATF. Two years have passed and since then there has been very little news, other than a constant flow of new knives from the company. This all changed recently, and TFB got approval to quote the news […]

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What Would You Buy If You Had An Hour To Spend 1 Million Dollars On Guns and Gear?

Occasionally I’ll sit down in a restaurant with family or good buddies and strike up gun related conversations. A few years ago my dad jokingly said he would love to give me a million dollars to buy whatever gun parts I wanted, but the catch would be I only had an hour to spend it. […]

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