SilencerCo Osprey 2.0 Suppressor

First Look: SilencerCo Osprey 2.0 Suppressor

An updated edition of a very popular pistol-caliber suppressor.

Silencer Central Holds New HQ Grand Opening

Larger facilities mean more choices for American gun owners.

It’s Quieter Online

The nine-month to a year wait for ATF approval to legally possess a suppressor has been reduced in dramatic fashion—to 90 days, likely less—thanks to the Dec. 23 launch of a new electronically available Form 4. Some experts are confident the figure will be a few weeks as the anticipated digital rush clears.

Silencer Central Announces Update to Suppressor Buying Process

Silencer Central, America’s largest suppressor dealer, is proud to announce the eminent availability of electronic Form 4 applications—a major update to how the silencer buying process works, and a change expected to cut wait times for approvals down to as few as 60 days.

October Gun Sales 30 Percent Above Pre-Pandemic Levels

Volume of firearm purchases in October that resulted in an FBI NICs background check was the second highest for the 31-day reporting period on record, lagging only behind the scalding pace in 2020 when the pandemic and social unrest drove transfers to all-time highs.

Anderson Ranked No. 1 in Miscellaneous Firearms Production

Anderson Manufacturing recently ranked No. 1 in miscellaneous firearms production in a ATF report.

Changes Coming to ATF Form 4473

The Department of Justice’s Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (BATFE) is accepting public comment on proposed changes to Form 4473—used to process NICS background checks during the transfer of a gun—until Feb. 24.

Top Gun Importers and Volume

The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives has released its list of gun imports into the U.S. from each nation.

5 Great Household Handgun-Concealment Products

While secured storage is always preferred for unattended firearms, here are some products that will keep a defensive handgun close by, but hidden from prying eyes.

By The Numbers: Shotgun Sales in the United States

According to new numbers released by the ATF, shotguns made up less than 10 percent of firearms offered for sale in the United States. There's more to the story here.

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