Review: Axil GS Digital Earbuds
Between the fact that hearing loss, once suffered, is permanent and irreversible, and that loud, potentially destructive sound waves are part and parcel of firearm use, quality hearing protection should be an indispensable piece of every shooter’s kit.
Area 419 Announces Maverick Recoil Suppression System
Area 419 has announced the Maverick Recoil Suppression System (RSS), a modular precision rifle suppressor designed to . . .
Tested: SilencerCo Omega 36M Suppressor
SilencerCo recently introduced a modular suppressor, the Omega 36M. Built around a two-piece modular design, the Omega 36M can be used in full-length and shorter-length configurations, and can handle up to .338 Lapua for rifles and 9 mm for handguns.
Product Preview: Advanced Affordable Hearing Aids
For the millions of shooters who have engaged in shooting activities without proper ear protection (even a single exposure to recreational shooting can inflict hearing damage), being exposed to the decibel levels produced by firearms—over 140—has permanently damaged their hearing...
Product Preview: Grizzly Ears Predator Pro Earbuds
Grizzly Ears Predator Pro earbuds offer in-ear protection from noises greater than 85 dB.
Editors’ Picks 2018: AXIL GhostStryke Bluetooth Earbuds
AXIL is probably best known for its crowd-funded innovation in hearing protection, and particularly for its GhostStryke earbuds that feature “smart” digital sound suppression and amplification technology.
Back To Basics: Silencers
Silencers—or sounds suppressors—are available for all types of firearms, from rimfires to center-fires to even shotguns and a muzzleloader. Learn the basics here.
Product Preview: Walker’s Silencer
Digital, inside-the-ear hearing protection has made great strides in recent years.
Fear & Loading: 10 Quietest States In The Union
Here’s a look at the top 10 suppressor-owning states as listed by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives.
Fear & Loading: Duncan-Carter Hearing Protection Act of 2017
The din among critics is already deafening, but if a measure introduced this week passes, suppressors will be removed from the list of National Firearms Act of 1934.