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 […]

Gear Review: Daniel Defense DD WAVE 3D Printed Suppressor

When we hear “3D printed” we usually think of flimsy plastic, but Daniel Defense‘s new DD WAVE suppressor is made via a process called direct metal laser sintering. A thin layer of powdered metal is deposited — in this case, primarily Inconel — then a powerful laser sinters (melts/welds) specific parts of it to the […]

Gear Review: Dead Air Wolf-9SD Suppressor

Turns out you don’t need a submachine gun to put Dead Air’s new Wolf-9SD to good use. They’ve new-schooled the old school subgun can with a couple of modern features that make it a solid choice for any 9mm in your arsenal. At 7.58 inches long and 1.618 inches in diameter, the Wolf is fatter […]

An Interview With Mike Pappas and Gary Hughes of Dead Air Silencers

Have questions about firearm silencers and the silencer industry? Check out this great interview with industry titans Mike Pappas (who gives great back rubs) and Gary Hughes. The uncut interview is above, but new YouTube channel Shooter Opinions has also broken it down into chapters, which are linked below: 1 of 10: Sound metering https://youtu.be/5iqatGeg6O0 […]

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