New From Microtech Knives: R2K 9mm Suppressors

Microtech Knives is well known for high-end, well, knives. I’ve owned two myself, I do believe JWT carries one, and there’s a shiny new UTX-70 in my jeans fifth pocket as I type. But Microtech’s owner, Tony Marfione, has always been passionate about firearm suppressors and has been designing them since the early 90’s. Finally, […]

New From AAC: Ti-Raid 30 Suppressors

Is this the only user-serviceable .30 cal can on the market? Full-auto rated, too. Nice to see some new and interesting stuff coming out of AAC. We’ll get our hands on one soon! In the meantime, AAC’s press release follows . . . Engineered for Hard Use and Hellfire Full Auto Abuse The AAC Ti-Raid […]

A Quick Thanks to Silencer Shop

Silencer Shop distributes silencers. AKA suppressors (aka firearm mufflers). A lot of them. In fact, Silencer Shop is responsible for about 50 percent of all Form 4s filed in the U.S.. If you’re local to the Austin, TX area there are a couple other services that Silencer Shop can provide you, and that’s where our […]

New From CMMG: BANSHEE Line of ARs and DefCan Line of Suppressors

This morning, CMMG, a company well-known for unique AR-pattern rifles and .22 LR AR conversion kits, announced two new product lines: The BANSHEE line of ultra-compact factory SBRs and braced pistols have the shortest barrels CMMG offers in all of the available calibers, while the DefCan line keeps them quiet with lightweight suppressors for rifle, […]

Gear Review: Rugged Suppressors Obsidian45

RF is on the prowl for a .45 ACP pistol suppressor. Narrowing down the list, three cans came to mind: the Rugged Obsidian45, the Dead Air Ghost-M, and the Liberty Cosmic that I previously reviewed (and own). RF wants a modular can with a “K” or short configuration option, so the Liberty is out. As the […]

New From Dead Air and KNS Precision: Flip-Up Suppressor Sights

A typical centerfire pistol silencer, like Dead Air’s Ghost-M, is about 1.375″ in diameter. When installed on a threaded pistol barrel, it’s often taller than the sights and can obscure view of the target. Tall sights are a simple solution. But they aren’t without drawbacks, such as holster incompatibility and snagging. Dead Air, in conjunction […]

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