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 […]

Read More …

The post SILENCER SATURDAY #98: The Lightweight SureFire SOCOM300-TI appeared first on The Firearm Blog.

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 […]

Read More …

The post SILENCER SATURDAY #97: Shotgun Suppressors – Worth It? appeared first on The Firearm Blog.

SILENCER SATURDAY #96: NFA Process 101 – How To Buy A Silencer

SILENCER SATURDAY #96: NFA Process 101 - How To Buy A SilencerGood afternoon everyone and welcome back to another Silencer Saturday and brought to you by Yankee Hill Machine. Last week we talked about the National Firearms Act (NFA) and why it kills design and manufacturing innovation in the firearms industry. From the consumer’s standpoint, the process to buy, transfer and own NFA items can be […]

Read More …

The post SILENCER SATURDAY #96: NFA Process 101 – How To Buy A Silencer appeared first on The Firearm Blog.

The Rimfire Report: How Long Will Your .22LR Suppressor Last Firing 223/5.56?

Suppressors are great tools. Were it not for their status as an NFA item I reckon they’d be a far more common sight. Because of their status as NFA items, suppressors have attained a somewhat enigmatic reputation both inside and outside the firearms world. This mystery often leads to misunderstanding, confusion and apparently $200 tax […]

Read More …

The post The Rimfire Report: How Long Will Your .22LR Suppressor Last Firing 223/5.56? appeared first on The Firearm Blog.

SILENCER SATURDAY #95: Why The NFA Kills Innovation

SILENCER SATURDAY #95: Why The NFA Kills InnovationGood afternoon everyone and thank you for once again joining us for TFB’s Silencer Saturday. We are bought to you by Yankee Hill Machine, the manufacturer of the YHM Turbo K. Last week we went through a list of some of my quietest host/silencer favorites available to the American consumer market. As I wrote that […]

Read More …

The post SILENCER SATURDAY #95: Why The NFA Kills Innovation appeared first on The Firearm Blog.

SILENCER SATURDAY #94: Quietest Suppressor Setup

Quietest Suppressor SetupGood morning everyone and thank you for joining us for another installment of TFB’s Silencer Saturday brought to you by Yankee Hill Machine, makers of the YHM Turbo K 5.56 silencer. Last week we discussed first silencers for the beginner. Today we’ll reach for the proverbial stars and attempt to define the quietest suppressor, host […]

Read More …

The post SILENCER SATURDAY #94: Quietest Suppressor Setup appeared first on The Firearm Blog.

Griffin Armament 30SD-K GATE-LOK™ Suppressor

Griffin Armament, famous for its line of silencers, muzzle devices and accessories has just released a new product aimed at the Active Retention Tactical Market Segment. The new 30SD-K GATE-LOK Suppressor boasts a compact 30 caliber package that will deliver full-auto functionality at a sub $1,000 price. A full press release from Griffin Armament about […]

Read More …

The post Griffin Armament 30SD-K GATE-LOK™ Suppressor appeared first on The Firearm Blog.