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First Look: Dead Air Armament Primal Suppressor

Dead Air Armament is adding the Primal, a new.46-caliber magnum rated suppressor to their lineup of firearms sound suppressors.

First Look: Lone Wolf Elimin8r .45-Cal. Pistol Suppressor

The Elimin8r .45 features a lightweight, modular design with eight baffles that are easily configured to create a suppressor that’s the size and length that you need.

Alliance Outdoor Group Acquires Stealth Project

Alliance Outdoor Group (AOG), based in Lakeville, MN, has acquired Stealth Project, a Minnesota-based company that has invested 15 years in research and development of advanced suppressors.

Silencer Central Moving to New Headquarters

Silencer Central has acquired a new 35,000-square-foot building on 11.5 acres in Sioux Falls, SD, to centralize multiple operations and serve as its new headquarters.

First Look: OSS RAD 9 & RAD 45 Pistol Suppressors

OSS Suppressors is introducing the new RAD 9 and RAD 45 pistol suppressors, which are lightweight, modular, and built with the next generation Flow-Baffle design.

Review: Novus Suppressor

When it comes to owning a suppressor, filing the necessary paperwork is a major deterrent. Enfield Rifle Company's Novus Suppressor helps limit the number of times you'll have to go through that process.

First Look: Gemtech Integra 15-22 Integrally Suppressed Upper Receiver

Gemtech Suppressors recently released the Gemtech Integra 15-22, a new integrally suppressed upper receiver that is designed to work exclusively with Smith & Wesson’s M&P15-22 rifle.

First Shots: 3 Ring Silencer Corp. Uzi Suppressor

Anytime you have a chance to shoot a suppressed machine gun, take it. Ed Friedman recently shot Uzi's full auto suppressed with a 3 Ring Silencer Corp. silencer.

First Shots: Silencer Central Banish 45 Suppressor

Ed Friedman takes an in-depth look at SIlencer Central's Banish 45 suppressor, which offers a wide variety of applications.

How Rifle Accessories Can Change Point of Impact

If your rifle has a sudden shift in point-of-impact, the cause might be that new accessory you attached.

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