IMI Systems Quote of the Day: Brady Campaign Highlights the Danger of Criminals With Black Powder Rifles

“Since its inception, the gun industry has been manufacturing loopholes to get guns and suppressors into as many hands as possible, regardless of how dangerous those hands might be. Literally the only thing workarounds like this accomplish is they make it easier for people we all agree shouldn’t have guns, much less sound suppressed ones, […]

SHARE Act Opponents: More Silencers = More Crime

The civilian disarmament industrial complex is deeply opposed to the Sportsmen’s Heritage and Recreational Enhancement Act. As the bill heads to the House floor for a vote, gun control advocates are busy attacking the provision de-regulating suppressors. On what basis, you ask? Public safety of course! The problem being . . . Suppressors are not […]

The Truth About Suppressors

(via One of the biggest news items in the gun world of late: suppressors and the National Hearing Protection Act. For those not following the news, the NHPA would remove suppressors – a.k.a. “silencers” – from the list of heavily regulated devices, allowing one to purchase them without having to get the tax stamp […]

SilencerCo Suspends Maxim 50 Sales to Three States. Guess Which Ones

“For the first time since the National Firearms Act (NFA) was created in 1934, civilians across the country can enjoy suppressed shooting with SilencerCo’s latest innovation: the integrally suppressed Maxim 50 muzzleloader,” the company’s website proclaimed. “In addition, this product can be purchased right now on the web with no regulation (no 4473, no $200 […]

Gear Review: GEMTECH QDA Quick Detach Suppressor Adapter

A few weeks ago we checked out an auto-advancing target system from Lyman. Next up from TTAG’s First World Problems Desk is a solution from GEMTECH to avoid the finger-bleeding terror of having to screw a suppressor on and off a firearm. Often, this involves as many as a dozen full rotations! Thankfully, GEMTECH’s new […]

House Natural Resources Committee Passes Bill with SHARE Silencer Reform Attached

Supporters of suppressor law reform have been cobbling together a bill that can make it through a famously fractious and lethargic Congress the same way that Hadrian built his wall…brick by brick. As we reported earlier, the Sportsmen’s Heritage And Recreational Enhancement or SHARE Act, sponsored by South Carolina’s Jeff Duncan (above), was attached to a larger […]