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NRA Gun Gear of the Week: Inland Mfg. PM-22 Suppressor and dB Foam

Inland Mfg. is challenging the idea that lightweight rimfire suppressors have to be expensive, difficult to clean or costly to repair.

Blackhawk! Introduces Seven-Model Suppressor Line

Blackhawk!—the company known best for its tactical accessories, duty holsters and concealed-carry apparel—recently announced its own entry into this burgeoning market.

NRA Gun Gear of the Week: Dead Air Silencer Ghost-M Handgun Suppressor

Whether you want a long can for maximum noise attenuation, or a shorter, handier “K” can, that still gets the job done, the Ghost-M is worth a look.

NEW! Dead Air Armament Ghost-M Suppressor

Two suppressors in one? Dead Air Armament has introduced the the .45 Ghost, a modular multi-caliber pistol/subgun suppressor that is rated up to .300 BLK sub-sonic.

NEW: Ruger Silent-SR Suppressor

American Rifleman Editor-In-Chief Mark Keefe never thought he’d see the day that Ruger would introduce a suppressor. Luckily, for all of us, that day has come.

SilencerCo Introduces the Hybrid

SilencerCo has introduced the Hybrid, a sound suppressor that can be used on multiple platforms.

5 Reasons to Consider a Suppressor

Firearm sound suppressors offer a number of beneficial advantages to shooters. But buying one is a red-tape-laden process and is not inexpensive. Still, here’s why you should consider owning and using silencers anyway.

How To Buy A Silencer

Buying a silencer is not difficult, it simply takes diligence and time. First, find out if a silencer is legal to own in your home state.

Review: Dead Air Armament Mask HD Sound Suppressor

This high quality small caliber suppressor is rated for hot rounds like the .22 Magnum and FN 5.7x28 mm.

Keefe Report: Is It a Suppressor or a Silencer?

So what do you call the device used to reduce the report of a firearm?

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