2023 Accessory Of The Year: Silencer Central Banish 46
American Rifleman is pleased to announce Accessory Of The Year Award goes to Silencer Central.
Suppressor Ownership Growing In Popularity
The number of applications for a National Firearms Act (NFA) tax stamp—federally required for lawful ownership of suppressors, short-barreled rifles and similarly configured shotguns, among others—has more than doubled in the past four years.
New For 2022: B&T USA APC9 Limited
B&T USA announced the availability of its APC9 Limited platforms, which are based on the company's popular submachine gun design.
Review: Silencer Central Banish 46
The magnum-rated .30-cal. rifle suppressor has long been one of the hottest-selling segments in the silencer industry, thanks to its inherent ability to be used aboard a wide variety of rifles and chamberings, and nearly all suppressor makers offer at least one model of this type as a result.
The Boys Anti-Tank Rifle In U.S. Service
The Boys rifle saw service with U.S. Marine Raiders during the Makin Island Raid of Aug. 17 and 18, 1942. “Carlson’s Raiders” used their Boys rifles to dispatch two Japanese float planes. It was likely an unenviable task to lug the massive bolt-action through the jungle.
5 Reasons Why You Need A Suppressor
Often shrouded in misunderstanding and seen as a specialized item regulated through the NFA, suppressors offer a wide range of benefits to those who own them. Follow Jeremiah Knupp and he explains five reasons why you need a suppressor.
Speedy Delivery: BATFE’s eForm 4 Approval Process
National Firearm Act applications see accelerated processing times via electronic submission, in as little as one week, in some cases.
ATF To Launch New Electronic Form 4
In December 2021, the ATF announced it would move to an electronic filing system designed to speed up transfer approval of NFA items.
ATF Targets Stabilizing Braces
A June 2021 ATF published notice of proposed rulemaking would make nearly all firearms configured with a pistol stabilizing brace subject to the National Firearms Act.
Silencer Central Establishes New HQ
Silencer Central will centralize its operations inside a new headquarters building in Sioux Falls, SD following renovations.