Silencer Review: Q jumbo SHRIMP

Made entirely of titanium, the lightweight Q jumbo SHRIMP is one of the few 6.5mm-specific suppressors on the market. It’s targeted toward PRS and other precision rifle style shooters plus hunters looking for a compact, lightweight can that will protect their hearing while not getting in the way. I feel like a bit of a […]

Ruger Suppressors Now Available Through Silencer Shop

You’ve heard me say it here before: nobody makes the silencer purchasing process easier than Silencer Shop. And their selection, though already the largest in the industry, continues to grow. Ruger and Silencer Shop are now teaming up to distribute Ruger’s budding suppressor line. Their press release follows . . . Ruger and Silencer Shop […]

Silencer Review: YHM Turbo K 5.56 Suppressor

With all the CoronaZombies out and about I’ve upped my EDC gun to a Brownells BRN-180S upper on their BRN-180M lower (review coming soon). Chambered in .223 Wylde and in my case shooting either 5.56 NATO or .223 Remington, this beast needed to be suppressed . . . but in the most compact, unobtrusive way […]

Silencer Review: Gemtech Lunar 9 Suppressor

It’s official; the silencer market has gone modular. Which makes sense given you’re asked to plunk down $200 in Federal tax and wait about as long as it takes to make a new human being before receiving approval to take that new suppressor home. Long can? Short can? Booster? Fixed mount? Yes, yes, yes, and […]

ASA: Today Was a Win in Virginia…But the Fight Isn’t Close to Being Over

From the American Suppressor Association This morning, the Virginia Senate Judiciary Committee voted 10-5 in favor of rejecting Delegate Mark Levine’s House Bill 961. The legislation, which will be sent to the Virginia State Crime Commission for further study this summer, was defeated in a bipartisan manner. Four Democrats, Chairman John Edwards (D-21), Sen. Creigh Deeds […]